Vanity license plates: the good, the bad and the banned, in seven characters.
IN WISCONSIN, it’s relatively easy to put a custom message on a license plate. Pay $15 a year, and your vehicle can say whatever you want it to, so long as the desired witticism runs seven characters or fewer.
Well, almost whatever. Turns out there’s a decency standard, and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation rejects many plates. Here are a few that won approval, and some that got a “Sorry, please try again.”
Just don’t drive like the devil.
Okay for an NFL team but too offensive for your license plate.
The state has no problem glorifying hairy marauders and offensively bad football teams.
See above for his other plate.
But your dog says it’s perfectly fine.