Ski License Plates
Most of us powder chasers enjoy expressing our love for the mountains and snow. Whether it’s putting stickers on our snowboards, or bumper stickers on our cars, wearing ski area apparel, or just merely posting snow pics on social media. But some folks, including myself, take it a step further and go all in for the coveted vanity plate! While many state DMV’s have become more stringent over the years, and really keep their eyes out for lewd or suggestive sayings, creative skiers and boarders can usually sneak in short saying onto a license plate that conveys the true depth of their passion.
Listed below are several examples of skier vanity plates from around America. Some are photos I’ve taken personally of vehicles I’ve actually seen on my travels, some I found through an internet search and through Facebook, and the “SNOLIFE” plate is from my very own vehicle taken on a frosty Winter’s day.
Do you have a cool and unique vanity plate about skiing or snowboarding that you’d love to share? If so, drop me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org or DM on the Snow Life Facebook and I’ll add it to this page. Happy scrolling! ~ZP
This person must have a flamboyant onesie!
Like, pick one and ski it?
You gotta be really dedicated to be a ski bum in Missouri.
That’s definitely the best time!!
I envision this person taking roadies to snowier states. with the RV.
This person must have a lot of rock skis! Lol.
The ultimate Snow Bunny!
Fresh powder is every skier’s dream!
Doesn’t get any more simple than that.
Snow, in Texas? Curious what vehicle this was on.
Sail / Ski
Two fantastic hobbies! What’s not to like.
Don’t have to wait long for that in Alaksa.
Hope it’s Spring skiing! Brrrr
Gotta be a snow maker at a ski resort.
Too cold to pee
There’s days like in AK… to pee outside.
I ski okay too
I ski Oklahoma? Huh?
Hell yeah! Every skier loves fresh POW!
Ever been to Alaska? This is no joke, it’s cold AF!
I’m a bum
Ski bum that is! Proudly.
I Love to ski
Doesn’t get any more simple than that!
Born from Ice. An ode to East Coast skiing. Lol