The Georgia SCV License Plate Controversy

Here you go.

I have nothing to add … because we’ve been through this before. And before. But it seems to be almost obligatory to comment on these things, so there you go.


8 thoughts on “The Georgia SCV License Plate Controversy

      • Rob Baker February 28, 2014 / 7:04 am

        I’ve got to research him a little bit more (voting record, expenditures, funding, etc.). I do know he has a solid track record on supporting education (something Deal is recently trying to beef up to make it look like he’s worth a damn). He claims to be a Fiscal Conservative and Social Liberal, which is my sort of politics. It will be interesting to see what all he’s about.

  1. Charles Lovejoy February 27, 2014 / 12:18 pm

    I remember the SCV having a specialty license plate here in Georgia with their logo on it for many years. I don’t see why this is new news?

    • Andy Hall February 27, 2014 / 5:48 pm

      My understanding is that this is a new design, therefore it goes through the approval process all over. I have read that this plate differs notably in having a “faded” CBF that spans the entire plate, in addition to the group emblem that has been there in the past.

      • Rob Baker February 28, 2014 / 6:58 am

        You are right Andy. The previous plate is much more, er, humbler?

  2. Charles Lovejoy February 27, 2014 / 12:48 pm

    I will add one thing, I was going to get an Appalachian Trail plate until I found out it was going to cost 80$ plus a 55$ yearly renewal fee. These plates are suppose to make the sate a little extra money.

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