Surprisingly, no one had asked for the "no letters, no digits" personalization option before me.You may run into problems not having any numbers. That plate looks a lot better then Indiana's plates.
That's Yankee-speak.A tag is also a traffic ticket. Got any of those pics?
I am the same way, I edit mine out if it is in a picture. Too much info can come from those numbers and letters.Surprisingly, no one had asked for the "no letters, no digits" personalization option before me.
Actually, I have a personalized tag; I just did not want to post it on teh interweb.
Wow, I knew we had "some" here in KY, but when I went looking I couldn't believe how many! Check this out:Nice plates. How many "custom" plates are there available in FL?
And I thought we had a lot to choose from here in NV. On the NV DMV site you select the "tag" and enter your custom lettering before pulling the trigger on them.I counted 120 types of Florida specialty tags plus there are many variations of the standard tag (The standard tag variations includes two different designs plus things like Sunshine State" on the bottom instead of the county; some have things like "Pearl Harbor Survivor" or the wheelchair/handicap parking logo, etc. on the left side.
I think we'll eventually get a deal where you can upload your own image - subject to it being checked for acceptability - onto the specialty tag.
I saw that Texas has 119 designs (in addition they have distinctions for trailer versus car versus farm truck).