It’s Official! Wild Tags

Wild tags

After five years of writing for Susie Lindau’s Wild Ride, it’s official! They’ll see me coming now… Wild tags for a Wild Rider.

Would you ever buy vanity license plates? What would yours say?

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  1. Congrats! Now, I’ll know your car forever. I once wanted vanity plates years ago and thought I’d put my alma mater on it and the year I graduated…. but, I didn’t graduate from the original place, so I let it fade, if I had it would have been AGGIE 85, But today if I had plates it might be MTDC, but no one would get it, so I’d flip to TEACHES or DAYSCOUNT. Have a great week and congrats, again. Summer is here, in all of its glory. Peace and safe driving.


  2. I’ve never had a vanity license plate nor thought about what it might say. Prior to seeing your plate above, my favorite vanity license plate was on a black VW Beetle and it said: BUGNOIR. πŸ˜‰

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  3. I’d be too afraid of getting rear-ended by the distracted person reading my plate and not paying attention to their driving. Or maybe that’s just my grumpy-ole-man showing again πŸ˜‰


  4. Nice plate! It depends on what you put on the plate. Example: If I put my ham radio call sign on my plate, those in the know will be able to get my address via a commonly used call sign database, ham licensee’s or not.


  5. Someday in the next year or so (Goddess and the disability courts willing), there will be a blue Avenger tooling around the Lansing area with the plate “NVLISTA” (or should it be “NOVLSTA”? Mmm…I have time though!)


  6. I won’t get vanity plates for exactly the reason some of you pointed out. People remember vanity plates, but an alpha/numerical plate is forgotten in seconds. This is also the reason I don’t have our business tattooed on the side panels of my vehicle. I probably shouldn’t admit it but sometimes – only when I’m provoked, mind you – I drive obnoxiously. And I’m enough of a coward to leave no easy-to-remember evidence behind. I like plausible deniability. Which is exactly why I shouldn’t become a politician. I could WORK for a politician though….for the right price. :o)

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    1. Having these new tags will make me think twice about any shenanigans. Ha! I don’t drive crazy, but it’s a good thing no one can hear me. πŸ™‚
      Good luck with finding that job in politics.

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  7. If you’re ever in Pennsylvania and see 4PEACE1 ride by it’s me.
    The worst thing about my new plate is trying to control my middle finger … that struggle has been real.
    Wear your plate well friend and Ride On!


  8. WOO HOO! I love that!

    I’ve considered vanity plates, but with as much – let’s call it scary – research as I do on my computer, I don’t ever want anybody to be able to pick me out of a crowd. “Oh, that’s the lady who looks up how to kill people.”

    Good for you Wild Rider.

    Patricia Rickrode
    w/a Jansen Schmidt


  9. I LOVE this! This definitely deserves to be yours and you deserve it. I love it. Congrats on getting it! So excited for you. A personalized license plate never occurred to me until I saw that Seinfeld episode when Kramer got Assman on his NY plates. Ha! I loved it! I thought man … what would mine be? I’m still thinking about it. πŸ™‚


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