Probable-Cause Vanity Plates

By now, you may have heard of Knowshon Moreno driving a car with a vanity plate that read, “SUACED” and inevitably being arrested for a DUI.

Of course, had Knowshon only followed the first rule of crime, “Do not print and showcase a sign of the crime you are currently committing,” he may just have gotten away with it.

So, in an effort to help future criminals, here are some more probable-cause vanity plates to avoid.


“H8CRME” (of course, “IH8CRME” would be not only acceptable, but a clever smoke-screen for any criminal).





“LVL-4 SX”



“4 JOHN” (John most popular name of criminals according to 2007  survey).




About Andrew Sleighter

I'm a comedian from Seattle, recently transplanted to Los Angeles. I like watching sports.
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