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As I was browsing the cruiser gallery I noticed that the Harvard University cruiser doesn't have a police plate. I'm just curious as to why? I thought all police vehicles in MA had either a white or blue colored POLICE plate? While I'm asking, is there a reason why there are blue police plates and white police plates?
 

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Private institution, private plates.
Town cruisers get blue plates, state colleges get the white "state" plates and the MSP's get thier own fancy ones.
 

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It does make the cruiser look pretty strange to have regular passenger plates. A lot of private institutions get passenger vanity plates such as BCPD1, NUPD1, etc. Atleast they look a little more uniform than 123ABC, but they cost the administration about $70 per year instead of $35 evry two years so 123ABC will have to do. It would be nice if the RMV designed a special plate for private colleges since there is a passenger special plate for everything from "I'm animal friendly" to "Invest in children" to everything else you can think of.
 

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Most of the Private institutions have commercial Vanity plates

i.e. HUPD5, MGHPD5, etc..
 

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RPD931 @ 04 Sep 2004 20:12 said:
Most of the Private institutions have commercial Vanity plates

i.e. HUPD5, MGHPD5, etc..
How Vain!!!!!!!!!! And a little bit gay!
:lol:
 
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