We’ve been told by multiple sources that the plate carriers of many states have been getting rid of their license plates for the past two years.
They were hoping that the public would embrace their idea, and that a more vibrant license plate market would help drive up sales.
Now, some of those companies say they have no choice but to remove their plates.
The companies said it’s because the plates are so popular, and because people are more interested in seeing a plate number than what it says on it.
Some companies said they were just doing the right thing by not allowing their plates to be auctioned off at auction.
Other plates have gone up for auction and become the focus of online discussions, but the companies said the plates remain in the marketplace.
They’re also trying to keep plates from going up for sale.
Some plate carriers, like the ones that have the Pennsylvania license plate in question, are trying to find a way to get the plates back out on the market, even if it means making some hard choices about who gets to have them.
The plate carriers are trying two different strategies.
One is to have their plates removed.
This is a big step for them.
They’ll be able to use their plates for their own business.
The other option is to use them for public purposes.
That’s not necessarily the best option, however.
In the past, plate carriers have tried to get plates removed by simply posting a sign on their car.
The companies that do this have faced criticism from some consumers, and some of the companies have since changed their policies.
But the plates themselves are a big deal to the companies.
It’s a lot of plate space, and the plates give companies an opportunity to advertise and sell their services.
In many cases, these companies have even created their own online marketing campaigns to get more people interested in their products.
Some plates have been removed, but others are up for auctions.
That could mean the plates have become the new hottest thing in the world.