Discussion in 'Chevy Truck Accessories' started by dwill3015, Mar 24, 2009.
Post em if you got em!
I got mine on today, what do you think?
I was gonna get a vanity plate for my truck, but its 80 dollars a year to have one instead of 40 every two years.. So I decided against it.
In Washington it was $82 for the application and then $32 every year ontop of normal license fees to keep them and they are transferable to another vehicle. Who am I kidding, will I ever own another yellow vehicle?
so freking sweet!!!!!!!!!!!!
Dang you guys got off easy with the $80 thing, here in Ohio it is $140 to start off per plate and then another $94.86 every year to renew them! My motorcycle specialty plate was $65.00 to start it, and then I just got the renewal for $38.86 per year. Here do the math:
KOOLS10-2001 S-10 (My first vehicle)
TRPLXL2-2005 Silverado 1500
BADEURO-1990 Lumina Eurosport
GTV250-2008 Vespa GTV 250
1MEAN57-Dad's 57' Bel Air
LUCKY32-Dad's 32 Ford Sedan
Those are all the current vehicles we have with specialty plates, I love specialty plates because they are a truly one of a kind mod for your truck or car. No one else in Ohio can have these plates just me, and Dwill that plate definately fits your truck to a "T":great:
I still have the plates but not the truck
I don't have one right now, but I had a couple in the past:
63 BYRD - on my dad's 63 Thunderbird when I was driving it in High School
44TY2 - on my 77 Cutlass 442
"Short Bus" has a different meaning in the south.
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