I don't make a habit of getting my phone out while I'm driving, I swear. 

Really. It's very rare that I do so, only when I see something remarkable and I'm at a stop or something. Luckily for me, I was right behind this one.

I'm not altogether sure what it means, though.  MUV OVR.  At first I thought that maybe it was initials, but then I said it out loud.  Move Over.  I get it!  But, wait.  Who is the message for?  The person in front of you, or the person behind you, or both? So if it's meant for the person behind you, does that mean they want you to just pass them? I suppose if they're a stickler for the speed limit, and someone is riding up close behind, that could be the message.  If it's for the person in front of you, does it mean they want you to move over so THEY can pass you?  That would mean they're just looking to get somewhere quicker, right? I can't say I look at license plates when I'm looking in my rear view mirror, though.  If it's for both, does that mean they just want you to stay away from them altogether?

I was a little confused, I'll admit. And I don't even really know what they meant now. I know I'm not the brightest bulb in the closet, but it does seem a little ambiguous.  I've never had the want to get myself a customized license plate, kind of like how I've never wanted to get or gotten a tattoo. I don't know what I'd want to say to the world permanently.  You've gotta have a decent passion for something to pay extra money after a long wait at the DMV to get customized license plates. Heck, I don't even have a bumper sticker on my car anymore.

Anyway, what do you think it means? Who do you think the message is for? Have you ever gotten a customized license plate? What did it say?

Licensingly yours,

Behka