The plate spells out a driver's last name, but that did not stop the Department of Transportation from canceling the plate.
"When the plates first came out, I was so excited about it -- this is what I wanted to get for my father. My father put it on the motor home, and he traveled to many states, he traveled across Canada...nothing was ever said," said Lorne Grabher.
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The DOT says the plate is misogynistic and promotes violence against women.
The driver will appeal the decision to cancel the plate.
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