And the version generally seen on utes and older model vehicles bearing P-plates:
Usually with this sticker the person inside the vehicle fits the description, and drives accordingly.
There is one exception to this variation that is highly acceptable:
Please try to be more obscure, thats the one delight in these things!
Now, either someone has had this printed specifically, taken this model to America and marketed it, or we've knocked it off yet again. The fact that it is spelled with an accent leads me to believe the former. Only a non-New Yorker would spell New York this way. Sure, the New York accent as depicted is but a mere portion of New York, but hey, lets generalise.
Perhaps it is only a matter of time till these version appear on our shores:
Bought back by our latest Paris-Dakar competitor.
Maybe they're already big in Europe. Maybe every Skoda in Estonia wears a Tallinn sticker.
Lastly, I leave you with the model I would like to see.
No, you cant put it on your Mercedes, thats the point.
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