Well if all the paper work comes in on time I'll pick up my 2007 Silver Patriot on Sunday (getting the Northwest package scotching guarding and undercoating blah blah)
Personalized plates are Cheap in Oregon only about 40 bucks more for two years if memory serves me correctly only issue is I only get 6 letters or numbers wanted to see if you have any suggestions
My current jeep is 1bad-kj
Here is the skinny
You can have from one to six characters on a custom plate.
In addition to the six characters, you are allowed one extra space or hyphen (indicate in the application where the hyphen or space should go).
You can fill each character block with a letter, number, or hyphen, or you may leave some blank.
With the exception of the hyphen, NO special characters or punctuation marks are allowed, such as # . í ! $ & " ?
You may not use three numbers followed by three letters or three letters followed by three numbers.
Be sure to write clearly, distinguishing Zís from 2ís, Sís from 5ís, Iís from 1ís.
Be sure to show where you want any spacing, especially if you do not want lettering to cover the tree portion of your plate. Otherwise, all characters will be centered on the plate.
Was thinking of the following
77 75 (Bonus points for anyone that figures this one out no its not my age or DOB)
107.868 (once again bonus points if you know this one)