Customizing your license plate can be a form of self-expression, unless your idea of creativity is putting "D33ZNTZ" on the back of your car for the world to see. Then you'll have to deal with getting rejected by the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles.
Last year, the Houston Chronicle shared some of 2016's rejected vanity plates. 513 people tried to slip some not-so-appropriate license plates past the DMV between July 1 and Sept. 30, 2016. Let's take a look at some of the most ridiculous ones that failed to make it out of the DMV and Department of Public Safety offices and onto the road. Also, be sure to check out our own Texas country music vanity plates.