The Tesla is one of the biggest success stories in the history of electric vehicles (second only to the Golf Cart). But it is a luxury vehicle, produced in limited numbers, so even though all these people made an environmentally-conscious decision, I can't shake the feeling that they're lording it over the rest of us. Now if you'll excuse me, I have to take the bus to my mom's house to borrow her 2002 PT Cruiser.
Whoever got the correctly-spelled version of this was probably a dude who can't afford gas.
This is an abbreviation of "rechargeable" AND the sound Murlocs make in Hearthstone.
Who would have guessed that the one from Florida was hostile to foreigners?
Correction: About 200-300 miles per charge, depending on battery-type, that is the limit.
"Lithium" is seven letters long and would have looked more badass, just saying.
"Ooooh, so he's rich, cares about the planet, AND he's 13 years old? Tell me more."
No arguments here, that license plate really has a handle on the issues.
If this car isn't owned by the world's wealthiest high school science teacher I am going to be so disappointed.
You can tell that this person tried everything in their power to get an emoji on there.
This one is fine.