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SRY*NO! How Oklahoma decides when to reject a custom license plate

Updated: Mar 24

The Oklahoman By Dale Denwalt March 18, 2023

Imagine your favorite beer is Budweiser and you want everyone to know about it. What better advertisement than the license plate on the back of your car (or truck)? The request is a fairly easy process that involves visiting the Service Oklahoma website and spending about 10 minutes filling out forms. The hardest part might be finding a clever way to fit the word or phrase into the seven-character limit. Early last year, someone tried to do just that. Their request: BUDWZR.

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