Imagine cruising down State Highway 1 and slamming on the brakes as one of your children ask “Mummy, what does OR6ASM mean?”. Well, luckily you won’t have to.

OR6ASM, FK8R and 4UHOES were among some personalised number plate applications that were rejected by the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) in 2017.

The NZTA said it had worked hard to protect the sensibilities of Kiwis who might object to imagery of a profane nature brought by the attention seeking of those who are good with letters and numbers.

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