Mary Kay would be proud. (^_^) What do you think of it?
Picture
Picture
Picture
Picture
Light Pink Cadillac Escalade ESV Platinum, custom paint, custom Cadillac Ecalade ESV, SUV styling,
 
Picture
Often in today's world we are faced with claims that misrepresent the truth. Clothing labels claim that "One Size Fits All", the Shake Weight claims it will turn you into The Hulk without giving you carpel tunnel or making you look like a complete fool, and confused music fans the world over insist that Nickelback is a great band and not what the guy at 7-11 gives you as change for your purchase.

It is for this reason that I am thrilled by the vanity plate sported by this black Hummer H2. It reads "LOW MPG". Considering that the H2 gets maybe 10 miles per gallon, this is probably the most truthful public statement anyone has made. Ever. I commend the owner of this fine SUV for his honesty and encourage him to run for public office. Heck, at least we know he's not afraid to tell it like it is.

Photo by Anthony G. Adams 
 
Here at JoshGoler.com we decided to see how many exotic and luxury cars fit into 2 minutes and 9 seconds of video. Start counting:

-Grey and Red Porsche 911 GT3 RS
-White Porsche 911 GT3
-Meteor Grey Metallic Porsche 911 Turbo
-Metallic Grey Aston Martin
-Grey Dodge Viper
 
Picture
A Yellow Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder with a vanity license plate reading "BAIT" is sure to attract attention. "From whom, Josh?!?! From whom?!?!"... I thought you'd never ask. Behold, the "Countdown of People Who are Magnetically Attracted to Yellow Lambo Bait" :

Honorable Mention: Anyone who wears Ed Hardy, Affliction, or Tapout clothing and is not a professional mixed martial artist. If that's you, don't get offended. Try actually learning MMA. (I know. That IS a crazy idea.)

3) Shine Blockers: Shine Blockers are those people who constantly find some small flaw to point out on an otherwise perfect vehicle. You know, the guy who just has to notify everyone that his Prius gets better gas mileage than the Lamborghini. Uh, yeah, we all knew that dude. Memo to "Mr. Greenpeace", your Prius can't go from 0 to 60 in under 4 seconds, so please, be silent.

2) Valet Parking Attendants: When a car of this magnitude pulls up, valet parking attendants appear almost instantly. These guys will sneak up on a Lambo as if they were Delta Force operators on a clandestine mission targeting supercars.

Why do valets go 'special ops' and lock in on Lambos? Because "Yellow Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder Driver Guy" is also "I Want My Car Parked Up Front So Everyone Can See Me Guy". All of this means Lambo Driver will probably tip fairly well and valets live for tips the way school kids live for snow days.

1) People with eyes. (That's right, you'd be crazy to see this car and not follow it like a divining rod.)

Words by Josh Goler / Photos by Javier A. Ortiz and Josh Goler
Picture
Picture
Picture
Picture
 
Picture
Let's face it, Texas is the greatest state in the union. We can all agree on that. So it only makes sense that drivers of vehicles from other states would select vanity license plates that honor Texas.

Audi drivers from the mountain west seem to really embrace this way of honoring Texas' superiority.  (^_^)

Exhibit A: A white Audi Q5 3.2L with vanity plates reading "LUVTEXS". Thank you unknown Arizona driver, for your support of all things Texan.



Picture
Exhibit B: This car may have a plate from Montana, but its owner clearly has his priorities straight. He opted to go with a personalized plate that reads "1 TRU TXN".

Well done good sir. You are clearly a person with excellent taste. You probably own many leather-bound books and reside in an apartment that smells of rich mahogany.


Words by Josh Goler / Photos by Javier A. Ortiz and Josh Goler