I'm a Goan and I love Goa too. But, this kind of no. plate is totally unacceptable. Discipline and uniformity should be maintained.
I believe, a no. plate should bear just the registration no. and nothing else. Stickers and pictures, if any, should be taken off. I'm also against having nos. written in Devnagri script. Sadly, even some government cars don't follow these rules.
The following BHPian Thanks Aditya for this useful post:
i remember seen a few plate's, one from Karnataka on a white accent which appeared "KAOS" thou the number was "KA-05". Just a wild looking font gave a different look,
the other was on an Indigo in which the last four number appeared as "BOSS"
the number were "8055".
Quote[/b] (Aditya @ July 11 2004,00:04)]I'm also against having nos. written in Devnagri script. Sadly, even some government cars don't follow these rules.
Not only are you against the devnagiri script on number plates, but so is the law!
It is illegal to have your number plate written in any language other than english i believe (remember reading that in the midday...am i right?)
my neighbour has a white skoda and a white elantra. the skoda has the proper no plates coz the father uses it, while the elantra has a plate on which it is written"GOD FATHER"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! one of those amercian plates!!!lol!
Well,i pity the Mercs owned by our politicians.They have nos. written in Hindi and Marathi.Infact i 1ce seen a White E class with the words "Mera Bharat Mahan" embossed in black on the bumper.Its usually spotted around h.r.
talking about stop lights....a friend of my father who drives a permier padmini has a mirror (rear mirror) mounted where the 3rd stop light should me. told that in case anyone high beams him from behind the light reflects right back! also I noticed atleast 3 cars with maharashtra written in full (the esteem was in english, the zen was in hindhi/marathi, and the santro was not in any language I know but a tamil friend who was with me told me it looks like malyali) all one one drive last night.