Linux Hacker license plate?

Lars Rasmussen lars.rasmussen at gmail.com
Sat Feb 3 11:57:43 MST 2007


On 2/2/07, Ryan Simpkins <plug at ryansimpkins.com> wrote:
> Come up to the Canyon Park Technology Center (PLUG meets up there) some afternoon
> and drive through the parking lots. You can see which companies use which
> technologies by their employees cars. It is rather interesting.
>
> H4X0R3 is available, if anyone would like to register it. You can create your own
> license plate and see if it is already registered here:
> https://secure.utah.gov/pps/

Looks like the fee for replacing your current plate is $13, and the
plate application fee starts at $58 - most are $63.

$63 + $13 = $76 to replace a standard plate with a personalized plate.

And no punctuation either.

http://tax.utah.gov/forms/current/tc-817.pdf  sets some rules:
When making your character selection, do not use a combination of 6 or
7 numbers. For example, do not use consecutive numbers like "1234567."

When making your character selection, do not use a combination of 3
numbers with 3 alpha characters. For example, do not use "123ABC or
ABC123." These combination of numbers conflict with existing
preprinted standard series of plates.

When making your character selection, do not use a combination of 5
numbers and 1 letter. For example, do not use "12345A."

No special characters (period, apostrophe, dash, etc.) may be used.

--
Lars



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