Car Shopping? A Slow P.O.S. Might Be Right For You!

Truth in advertising is a wonderful thing, although we like the Datsun B210 too much to believe that "POS" is the right way to refer to one. The seller of this '78 Datsun B210 will let you have the car for $750, or the car with its SLO POS license plate for $1250. Thanks- yet again- to LTDScott for the tip! Note: the… »2/13/08 8:00am2/13/08 8:00am

Man Buys $6,750,000 Vanity Plate, We Lose Faith In Humanity

You know how when you go to a fast food place and you're standing in line, debating whether you should splurge and get the DeLuxe super meal or if you should just purchase an item off the dollar menu and supplement it with a cup of water, obtained from the bathroom spigot? I think it's safe to assume that Talal Khouri… »2/08/08 9:00am2/08/08 9:00am

Georgia Randomly Generates Anti-Semitic License Plates

The computers at the Georgia Department of Revenue apparently haven't gotten the message that the new south is tolerant of everyone. This may go some of the way towards explaining how one man ended up with the license plate "HA8 JWZ," which we're not going to spell out for you. Of course, maybe they just hate David… »11/30/07 1:45pm11/30/07 1:45pm

All Right, Gay: Virginia Man Must Remove Suggestive Plates

David Phillips of the Commonwealth of Virginia is out, way out. So out that he runs around town in a car with the license plate "POOFTER," which is British slang for a gay man. He's put 11 years and more than 200K miles on this plate in his Geo Tracker without anyone minding. Unfortunately for him, someone complained… »11/05/07 1:45pm11/05/07 1:45pm

The 3-Letter Words Your License Plate Can't Say In California!

We all know that the killjoys at the DMV will reject your custom license plate application if you've requested something cool like SCHLONG or YAY PCP (though they didn't stop some Silicon Valley dentist from getting a tasteful HITLER plate for his Mercedes a while back). But what about the three-letter combos that… »9/12/07 2:00pm9/12/07 2:00pm

Utah Cracks Down On Intoxicant-Themed License Plate

And what is the controversial license plate that Utah man Glenn Eurick sports on his '96 Mercedes, the one that refers to a demonic drug so powerful it would fry the brains of all who even contemplated its use? BLAK TAR? HUBA ROX? BLUNT ME? N2O YEAH? GO ETHER? No, the Powers That Be in SLC are yanking Eurick's plate… »3/19/07 11:00am3/19/07 11:00am