Thursday, August 29, 2019

The DMV is the first roadblock to a cool license plate, BUT, did you know the Governor or Supreme Court can step in and tell the DMW to STFU and STFD?

Do you have any problem with the above "pee before we go" vanity plate?

It's humorous, as it's directly pertaining to nearly everyone that drives or rides in a car, in most opinions. AND it was on this Toyota for 14 years.

So? Well recently the New Hampshire DMV assshole that oversees enforcement of the "excretory acts or functions" violations all of a sudden had a problem (or realized it was time to get some work done for a change instead of sleeping at work) and gave Wendy Auger, a Rochester mother, 10 days to turn in her vanity license plates, “PB4WEGO,’’ because they were in violation of the state’s decency codes.

But then the state Governor heard about it, and called the DMV, "“Upon this being brought to my attention, I reached out to the Division of Motor Vehicles and strongly urged them to allow Wendy to keep the license plate she has had for the last 15 years,’’ Sununu said in a statement" 

And notice what the top of the license plates ironically says? Live Free Or Die. Unless, well, you piss off (pun intended) the state DMV.

The decision comes after a controversy in 2014, when a New Hampshire driver requested a vanity plate reading “COPSLIE.” The DMV denied his request, but the state Supreme Court ruled that decision violated his right to free speech.


  1. I have an instant solution that would work right on spot: "But that is stands for >>Pray Before We Go<<, Mr. DMV Official, Sir/Madam! Are you trying to control how do I practice my religion with restriction of my proud an innocent religious message?"

  2. Live Free Or Die - Pee Before We Go

    That's some deep philosophical shit man.