Personalized Plate

KC87

Well-Known Member
The one thing that sucks about personalized plates is if you piss someone off they're easy to remember.
"Hey Johnny, isn't that the car that blew your doors off"
"Sure is, I remember the plate, lets give it a flat"
Sorry, now I've made you guys paranoid. :eek:
 

Buckshot G/N

Active Member
On customized plates in PA, do you retained the rights to the customized plate as long as you renew each year. As soon as my car turned 25 years old I changed over to antique perm plate. It has been nice saving that $72.00 for last 8 years. BTW very nice shiny new plate, Buick is well represented .
 

T-CHRGD

Well-Known Member
On customized plates in PA, do you retained the rights to the customized plate as long as you renew each year. As soon as my car turned 25 years old I changed over to antique perm plate. It has been nice saving that $72.00 for last 8 years. BTW very nice shiny new plate, Buick is well represented .
You keep it as long as you renew - even if on a different car.
 

dezldave961

2004 Turbo Regal
Cool plate combo.

I tossed a clear cover over my random one, with the security torx screw set (maybe $15 total). Originally, it just secured temp tag for 1,300mi road trip. Now, it keeps the regular plate clean, mounted flat/square, and somewhat deters tampering with a nice FL plate while stationed elsewhere.
 
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