NZ vanity plates: wedding planner and Yorkshire dialect

Since I’ve started taking lots of pictures of vanity plates, may as well put them on display. Why not? People paid good money to have us notice them.

I’ve taken all the pictures myself. Otherwise it wouldn’t count. Don’t worry, there’s lots more to come.

New Zealand Vanity Plates

RAISAR, a vanity plate from New Zealand. I have a growing collection of vanity plates on my website, motrlt.com

RAISAR – a vanity plate from New Zealand. Maybe it belongs to a barber.

 

SAY I DO – In New Zealand, the vanity plates can be highly customized. This wedding planner has his website URL on the plate.

SAY I DO – In New Zealand, the vanity plates can be highly customized. This wedding planner has his website URL on the plate.

 

EH UP NOWTHN (Hey up / Ay up / Eh up, Now then) A bit of Yorkshire dialect in Kiwi land. Imagine Last of the Summer Wine with sunshine.

EH UP
NOWTHN – Hey up / Ay up / Eh up, Now then
A bit of Yorkshire dialect in Kiwi land. Imagine Last of the Summer Wine but with sunshine every day and not so many ferrets.

Alphabetical list of vanity plates posted around this blog here and there

FQQ3 (I have no idea what that means but someone paid for it. Sure hope it’s not rude.)

NOWTHN (Eh up NOWTHN)

RAISAR

RYDE (We can pimp your RYDE custom car interiors)

SAY I DO (Before you SAY I DO www.theweddingguy.co.nz)

 


Disclosure

This is my standard form of disclosure that I am retroactively adding to all blog posts done before April 1, 2018, and will add to all new posts.

1. Is this experience open to the public?

Yes.

2. Who paid the cost of me doing this?

I did.

3. Did I get any compensation or special consideration for writing this blog post?

No.

4. Would I be as positive about this place if I had gone as a regular visitor?

Yes. I did go as a regular visitor.

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