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  1. adambadam
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    adambadam Silver Member

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    Spotted this California license plate on a car driving on 101 through Santa Clara/Sunnyvale last night. Does the owner participate on the board? :D Had it not been dark, and had I not been driving at highway speeds I would have tried to snap a photo. Might have to take this back to TOBB to check in there if I don't get a response here.
     
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  2. TravelerRob
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    Highway speeds in California either equal 100 at night with no traffic or 0 any other time of the day. I'm guessing you were in the former category :)

    My WA state license plate naturally has UAL in it. The first three numbers aren't significant. I've had it for 7 years - long before I flew UA :)

    -RM
     
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    Yes, but this is a custom plate as usual CA plates are like 1ABC234, not A123BCD.
     
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    Yes, I know that. Mine is "all natural" - the license plate referenced by the OP is fabricated :)

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    Good thing the letters in it weren't RYR!
     

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