Here are all mine that I've come up with so far...
HERR AUTO - Meaning "Sir" Auto. It's a title.
LH60 SKD - Is actually an English Licence plate I made myself. The "LH" situates me in the Wimbledon area in London, the "60" is the year that I made the plate, 2011, and "SKD" are random numbers. Which I learned how to do here
RED BARON - My GLI is red & German...
RÖTE HURE - Red Whore in German
UTLÄNNING - Foreigner in Swedish
AUSLÄNDER - Foreigner in German
BÖLZPLATZ - Soccer Field in German
BUNDESWEHR - "Federal Armed Force" I.e. German Military
DAS KAISER - The 'King' in a manner of speaking
ESECUTIVO - Excecutive in Italian. Notice that it is an Italian plate.
Feel free to comment, discuss, suggest, say your going to use these, or anything else along the lines of European plates
And here's the link to the "Plenty of Euro Plate Ideas" in the VW Lounge...
Last edited by Volkswageneer1990; 06-26-2012 at 09:49 PM.
yeah nice feel free to take the ICH BIN VW for your own Volkswagen, you're in texas and i'm in california chances that our cars will be seen on the same road are ...............
I would trip out if i saw another VW with those plates here
i have the actual VW logo on my old style all white plates.. got them from custom european plates dottkomm
Being someone with German as first language i can tell you they are quite ridiculous.
Herr Auto wtf? That's like "Mr. Car" What's that supposed to express?
Das Kaiser? Is that wrong article on purpose? It's "Der Kaiser"
Same thing with the wrong umlauts. It's "rote", not "röte".
Not hating, but i just thought i'll let you know that for germans/german-speakers it looks/ sounds enormously stupid
Last edited by evosilica; 06-27-2012 at 05:35 AM.
Dude, don't think about it too much. It's not like it's a tattoo. If this decision is so taxing on you and you need to have a Euro plate, then just go on Ebay and buy an authentic, used plate that has actually been on German roads. It'll look way less cheesy (IMO) than a custom job that you'll endlessly have to be explaining the meaning of to everyone.
Too cheap to be sheep.
Kaiser is emperor, König is king. Also you are better to use Der when applying it to people [male], weather, wine, land features and cars. Rule of thumb, giving it personal meaning and relate it to personal thought, theory or belief. Stay away from offensive terms and thoughts, as it lacks class. If you are of German heritage [use a German plate and term] and other, use other [relate it to yourself or your car]. As noted your car being red and a GLI [built in Wolfsburg I assume], "Rote Wolf" would be appropriate.
The final note - "The pursuit for a Passat/CC 4Motion performance exhaust"
'Ein Trottel nicht an der Tat zu hören"