Corvette Vanity Plate Talks Dirty in Texas

Corvette Vanity Plate Talks Dirty in Texas 1 photo
You don't needto work for the DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) to have noticed that, out of all the sportscar and supercar drivers, Corvette guys have the greatest passion for vanity plates. The latest example of this comes from Texas and it takes the offense game to a whole new level.
As you can see above, the Texan 'Vette driver sends out a rather unapologetic invitation to those around, with his C6 suddenly gaining a... middle finger-related appearance.

The man has even assorted the message with the "come and take it" design, one of the specific Texas themes available when you order your plate. Of course, his message gives a whole new meaning to this theme, which may seem innocent on other plates.

In case you're wondering, personalized plates in Texas start at $90 per year, so this guy din't spend to much in his quest to offend everybody in the proximity of his sportscar.

Who knows - the guy probably regrets not owning a ZR1, not only because of the massive performance boost, but also since his Corvette lacks a blower.

The DMV tries to prevent such combos from making it onto the street

The DMV always aims to stay one step ahead of the trolling drivers, having a special thing for fighting those who like to play it dirty with their plates.

While the forbidden combinations are periodically updated, this is a case of individual-against-the-system, where the first party always invests more resources into the battle.

Some people would do just about anything to outsmart the DMV, for example turning their plates upside down in order for the 6-character combination to make douchebag sense. Of course, such moves are illegal in many states.
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