Thursday, November 30, 2023


Do you know your RV’s license plate number by memory?

Do you know your RV’s license plate number by heart? What about your tow vehicle’s plate, the vehicle that’s parked at home in your garage and/or the vehicle you tow behind your motorhome? Know all of those plates? (That’s a test…)

If you do have your plate number memorized, is it because you’re good with memorization, or because the combo is easy to remember, for example: EGG1223?

Note: If you have a custom plate, feel free to cheat in the poll. Wink.

Emily Woodbury
Emily Woodbury
Emily Woodbury is the editor here at She was lucky enough to grow up alongside two traveling parents, one domestically by RV (yep, Chuck Woodbury) and the other for international adventures, and has been lucky to see a great deal of our world (and counting!). She lives near Seattle with her dog and chickens. When she's not cranking out 365+ newsletters for she's hiking, cooking or, well, probably traveling.



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Chris Houser (@guest_88620)
3 years ago

I have the information in Keeper Password protector.

Fred Cwynar (@guest_88046)
3 years ago

We’re LNDYHT since we are also boaters.

Mike & Cathi Stark (@guest_87962)
3 years ago

I keep a photo of the rig and toad license plates in my favorites on my phone. I know the beginning three letters for each but not the numbers. Back in the old days when you had to go into the gas station to pay for gas, I would charge it and I knew my license# by heart.

Jon (@guest_87860)
3 years ago

Have had the same vanity plate (TWOOFUS) since 1989. It’s easy to remember.

Glenn Abbott (@guest_87857)
3 years ago

Motorhome ***350
Toad ***300
Daily driver ***250

Friendly clerk at DMV helped an old man out.

Joe & Helen (@guest_87856)
3 years ago

Looks like all of us “cheaters” are listing our personalized plates so here are ours.
A CUPLE is on the RV
ACOUPLE is on the car
Advertising our 66 years of Marriage

Gene Bjerke (@guest_87855)
3 years ago

Since I have had the same license # for the last 10 or 12 years, it is pretty well burned into my memory. My wife’s car has a vanity plate, so that’s an easy one.

John Koenig (@guest_87854)
3 years ago

My ham radio call sign.

RV Staff
3 years ago
Reply to  John Koenig

Good one, John. I remember my grandpa’s ham radio call sign from 65+ years ago — K7SD. 😀 —Diane at

Dick Kashdin (@guest_87862)
3 years ago
Reply to  John Koenig

My HAM plates are on my daily driver, WB2RAJ. Motor home is a normal plate, but toad has our former police badge number. Vanity plates are too expensive. Stay well, Stay safe

Marcia (@guest_87849)
3 years ago

Don’t have it memorized but we keep a picture of it on our phone.

DW/ND (@guest_87846)
3 years ago

I did remember it – but then they issued new ones – probably take another two years to burn it into the cells!

Gregory Brott (@guest_87845)
3 years ago

Easy peasy…..our last name and then RV. Sooooooo it’s BROTT RV (Also Toad is BROTT)

Linda (@guest_87844)
3 years ago

I do know the LP# on the truck, but not the 5th wheel.

BruceinAz (@guest_87842)
3 years ago

WEBEGON is pretty easy to remember.

Mark B (@guest_87839)
3 years ago

Our motorhome is “NO HOTLS”

John (@guest_87838)
3 years ago

You bet…K9HOUSE

Carl (@guest_87834)
3 years ago

No, but I have a note on my phone listing the Tag and VIN for both my vehicles and the RV.

Lu McNab (@guest_87833)
3 years ago

Sure do . . . BUSINN

Ian Anderson (@guest_87832)
3 years ago

My 2000 Commander’s license plate is 787 GEB. A dreamliner with GE engines from Boeing.

Ian C (@guest_87831)
3 years ago

Motorhome is IANKARN
Toad is UNAGI ( my wife’s idea, surely not mine)
Wife’s Lexus is LXS4KRC

Jeff Treneff (@guest_87829)
3 years ago

Motorhome is LUCKY1S, My SUV is DNWRK1N (retired), hers is DNWRKN2 (also done workin’ and retired).

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