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This post is not about a piece of furniture which can be called a VANITY.
This post is not about the noun VANITY to describe narcissism. We should be careful about VANITY when it comes to being overconsumed that people know about our achievements.
This post is about the VANITY license plates that are available in North Carolina. The North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) offers a number of vanity license plates. Some are affinity plates and some can just be personalized. If you meet certain requirements you can apply for military license plates. If you own an older car you may qualify for an antique license plate. All of this comes at a cost of course.
The list of special plates in North Carolina is pretty comprehensive. Click here for that list
If you take time to look at all the plates you will find close to 50 colleges including a number of out-of-state universities. North Carolina offers nearly 200 specialty plates.
I found a link that has some pretty funny VANITY plates.
If you think that everybody from the Commonwealth of Virginia drives a car with a vanity plate you might be on to something.
Virginia has the highest U.S. vanity plate penetration rate (16.19%), followed by New Hampshire (13.99%), Illinois (13.41%), Nevada (12.73%), Montana (9.8%), Maine (9.7%), Connecticut (8.14%), New Jersey (6.8%), North Dakota (6.5%) and Vermont (6.1%). Texas had the lowest vanity plate penetration rate (0.5%).