By Greg Reeves
Our posts yesterday about the Kansas driver with the custom-tag TIH20 drew these comments after the DMV told us they'd probably yank it:
Comment by Julia Shaw:
- "The SUV was seen on Rainbow Blvd, that would be close to KU Med Center and its many bio-medical labs. Did you know that TIH20 is a chemical formula. Maybe you are reading (through your rearview mirror) something that is not there and the guy is innocent."
Thanks for pointing this out! Yes I Googled that first thing. But the DMV tends to ban any plate that can have a double-meaning. But, as they said, a good explanation of an allegedly offensive plate can let the driver keep it.
Comment by Earl:
- Wow!! What is this, elementary school? Way to be a tattletale. Don't you have anything better to do with your time than track down harmless license plates?
Yah, it kind of turned into Deputy Dawg after I called the DMV, didn't it? Something tells me this won't shatter TIH20's life, tho.