Other Plates

Plates from far away.

I live in south-eastern Pennsylvania - specifically, the suburbs of Philadelphia. As such, when I see plates from states (or even countries) quite far away, it's pretty neat!

Remember I live in an area with A LOT of colleges and universities. You know, the kind where people attending can often afford to buy cars and drive (or even ship) them out to the greater Philadelphia area. Also, some people are tourists. I know - weird, right? Like, what is so special about Philadelphia?

I'm told sarcasm is "unprofessional." Good thing I don't style myself a "professional license plate spotter."

NOTE: Plates from countries outside North America are generally not road-legal in the USA. They're usually displayed on the front of cars (in one-plate states, such as PA) by people who have vacationed there or feel some kind of connection to that place. That's totally okay.

No, owning a BMW doesn't count as "having a connection" to Munich. I've got a (real, custom, technically-legal) German plate on my (real, custom, technically-legal) German car because I happen to be of German descent.

Hey, it's MY website - I can express opinions! Just...please use your turn signals, okay?

Last updated: 31 August 2016

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