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The state of Ohio has spoken and its personalized license plate panel will not be allowing you to vent on your hatred for COVID-19. That’s right, you will not be taking out your emotions on the virus with FUCOVID or FKCOVID plates. The state will not allow FURONA, but if you act fast enough and get by the six-person plate panel, FKRONA is available. So is FKCVD19, but again, you have that strict plate panel to skirt by.
Check personalized license plate combos here. Have some fun. Enjoy yourself a little bit.
The rules in Ohio state:
- Contains combinations and/phrases (in any language and when read either frontward or backward) that are profane, (that is, swearwords or expletives), obscene, sexually explicit or scatological (i.e., pertaining to feces or excrement).
- Contains words, combinations and/or phrases (in any language and when read either frontward or backward) that are so offensive that they could reasonably be expected to provoke a violent response from viewers without additional comment.
- Contains words, combinations and/or phrases (in any language and when read either frontward or backward) that advocate immediate lawlessness or advocate lawless activities.
Here’s an idea for the state: how about you auction off these plates and give the money to some sort of charity helping out people who’ve been devastated by this virus. I’m fairly certain the world isn’t going to collapse further than it has in 2020 via a FKCOVID plate. I’d gladly buy a raffle ticket for that plate with the money going to help kids.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine should order these plates onto eBay this week. You think Ohio State fans would bid? Hell yes, they would.
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It’s just as stupid here in CA. I have a 2008 Range Rover (boxy shape) and the DMV wouldn’t “allow” me to have BRITBOX as my plate because it suggested pornography. The array of of unfun robots that has infiltrated our government is not to be underestimated.
You know i want the FKRONA plate epic!! its available someone grab it i would if i lived in OHIO
Available, but still has to go in front of the six-person plate police.
What is this “Birthplace of Aviation” business? Isn’t this a bit too similar to “First In Flight” from North Carolina? I’m not sure how I feel about this.