Saturday, May 9, 2015

Missing Plates

If you think I'm missing a plate, leave a comment on this post with the details.  Even better if you have a picture.  Note, pictures are best if they are flat, don't have a shadow, are well exposed and in sharp focus.  Also, please let me know if I have rights to use the picture in the game.  Also important, if it's not your car, tell me that so I can change the numbers around to not make it a real person's plate.

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  1. We were just in Alabama and we saw a ton of various plates! http://revenue.alabama.gov/motorvehicle/specialty.cfm

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  2. I'm just finishing with Arkansas. I'll do Alabama next. Thanks for the reference. That helps. What state are you from? Have I got that one done at least?

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  3. Illinois has tons of varieties! I love that you have them for other states but would love our state as well! https://www.ilsos.gov/pickaplate/ At the bottom of the page is a drop down menu to pick all the different varieties. Thanks!!

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    1. I have Illinois varieties all worked up. Look for them in the next update coming in the next few weeks.

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    2. The new version with Illinois variants is now on app store. Thanks for the feedback. Let me know if I've missed anything.

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  4. I was driving last week and saw this tribal plate from South Dakota that you did not have.

    https://goo.gl/images/dXUB4K

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    1. Hi Niki - what a great find. I have that listed under South Dakota plates. That plate is issued by the state, not by the tribe. The plates listed under tribes are issued by the tribes themselves. Perhaps a nerdy distinction, but this is a nerdy version of the license plate game. Sorry it was confusing.

      Hope you are liking the game. Where were you when you saw it?

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