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10 Worst Rejected Custom License Plates in Arizona



If you think custom license plates are generally dumb, then you should see the ones that the Motor Vehicle Division doesn't approve.

Late last year, we acquired the list of more than 27,000 rejected custom license plates in Arizona, and now that we've finally gone through them all, we've chosen the 10 absolute worst plates that people tried to get:

See also:
-Arizona's List of Rejected Custom License Plates Will Make You Lose Faith in Humanity

10.)

A very large portion of the rejected plates are from the perverts, with one gross thing or another. This plate is representative of those thousands of gross attempts at a custom license plate, whatever it even means.


9.)

The only time Hitler is a good name to use is if you're making a list of people you're glad are dead.


8.)

Hi, world! I abuse animals!


7.)

Noted.


6.)

The problem with the custom license plates is that you only get seven letters, so we don't know if you abuse your children, and CPS hates you, or if you just generally commit crimes, and cops hate you.


5.)

Let me guess: This is for a windowless Ford van with a free candy and puppies offer?


4.)

As they call it at the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, "reasonable suspicion."


3.)

Because "I'm a bigoted moron" won't fit on a license plate.


2.)

The MVD probably saves lives with some of the license plates it rejects.


1.)

Classier than a truck-stop prostitute.

Honorable mentions on the next page.


Honorable mentions:

  • AGAYLAY
  • ASSWIPE
  • BADMUFF
  • BALSAC
  • BBC10IN through BBC16IN
  • BIGFRTS
  • BROB4HO
  • BUNDICK
  • BUTFUKR
  • CARBOMB
  • CLTTKLR
  • COWDYKE
  • ELCOCK
  • FCKOBMA
  • HOGDICK
  • HOMICDL
  • JEWBACA
  • LVMVJJ
  • MSTRB8R
  • NO FAGS
  • NUKEDC
  • OJDIDIT
  • PHXSCKS
  • RAPE
  • TAMPAX
  • VAGKING
  • 187ACOP

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