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If you live in Los Angeles, you drive everywhere. While public transportation is better than it was, to get from Downtown to Santa Monica or from the Valley to the South Bay, you really have to drive.
As car culture took hold in California, so did the use of personalized license plates. You see them everywhere in LA. In fact, I had one for 5 years in the ’90s. It said “LA CLIPR” … yes, my fascination with the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers has been a bit nuts for years.
The other day, as I drove in to work on Melrose in Hollywood, I found myself behind this car with a personalized license plate I can certainly appreciate.