Wednesday, August 27, 2014

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Today's state, Maine (ME).

Typical registration plate.

Truck trailer (apportioned) plate.

"A National Treasure" specialty plate.
I do not like those small letters.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

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Update: added new plate to Alabama (AL).

Today: Maryland.

Chesapeake Bay specialty plate.

Fort McHenry commemoration.

Previous version - passenger car.

"Treasure the Chesapeake."
Same as the one at top.

Another Fort McHenry commemorative plate.

Previous version - commercial vehicles.

Saturday, August 23, 2014

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Update: A plate from Hawaii has been sighted in New Orleans!

Today, we shall present to you registration plates from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

In my opinion, the most legible auto tag plates in the US.
Despite the closed numeral '4'.
EDIT: Added 19 October 2014:
"Preserve the Trust" low-number (specialty) plate.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

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Today, Kentucky.

"Unbridled Spirit" design.
The way the State Name and Logo graphic was designed
makes the registration plate kind of busy, though.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

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Adding some photos...

August 16, 2014: Added plates to Alaska (AK), Alabama (AL), and  Arizona (AZ).

August 19, 2014: Added plates to Alabama (AL), California (CA) and Colorado (CO).

Now on to the next state!

Yes, Kansas.
To Kansas we shall go!
Clean, simple design.

Friday, August 8, 2014

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Today... Indiana.

In the 1990s, its tourism department's ad slogan was "Come on IN." Most Hoosiers (native-born Indiana residents) would pronounce that as "CommawnEEyin!" I'm not joking; my partner told me this.

"Eeyin GAWD we truss!"
Note the horrible typeface. Very hard to read.

A better design but still with the bad typeface.
They should use modified Highway Gothic, like Alabama.