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Ringold

Blairsville, GA

#21 Mar 28, 2011
Specialize a tag with a name or certain prefix and see how much that will cost you! 20$ a year more than the bird, flower, bulldog and ect!
At least with the birds and flowers, a portion of the money goes to grow the wildflowers you see on the side of the main roads and bird sanctuary's.
Bobby

Adel, GA

#22 Mar 29, 2011
Ringold wrote:
Specialize a tag with a name or certain prefix and see how much that will cost you! 20$ a year more than the bird, flower, bulldog and ect!
At least with the birds and flowers, a portion of the money goes to grow the wildflowers you see on the side of the main roads and bird sanctuary's.
You are telling us about the wildflowers that are now mowed down because they have caused several deaths in auto accidents. They grow so high that people cannot see over them when crossing over the medium.

While flowers are beautiful and innocent, it is the misuse of them that has caused deaths. We have a government that can't make up its mind if it wants to be a gardener or a grass cutter.

As for personalizing a tag, it's much cheaper to use stick-on decals and they are read more by the tailgaters.

I saw one of a lightbulb that said "I have an idea", the driver had his right blinker turned and then made a left turn so I guessed his lightbulb was a dimwit.
Bobby

Adel, GA

#23 Mar 29, 2011
And the bird sanctuary is the flock of starlings that nest in the cane patch across from Cook's eating house. The tops of the surrounding buildings are covered with their droppings.

Since: Aug 10

Texarkana, TX

#24 Mar 29, 2011
Ringold wrote:
Specialize a tag with a name or certain prefix and see how much that will cost you! 20$ a year more than the bird, flower, bulldog and ect!
At least with the birds and flowers, a portion of the money goes to grow the wildflowers you see on the side of the main roads and bird sanctuary's.
The money form special interest tags are supposed to be directed to the specific program. Such as Spay and neuter, wildlife, etc.
Unfortunately, only a small portion is allocated to whichever program you are buying from. The money is being used to supplement the general budget.
Bobby

Adel, GA

#25 Mar 29, 2011
Truthis Blairsville wrote:
<quoted text>The money form special interest tags are supposed to be directed to the specific program. Such as Spay and neuter, wildlife, etc.
Unfortunately, only a small portion is allocated to whichever program you are buying from. The money is being used to supplement the general budget.
every once in a while we agree.
jousha ingle

Onalaska, WA

#26 Mar 29, 2011
hey next time u bay your car tag...look at the bill u r being charged 20.00 for a tag....this is no way in hell that decal cost 20.00........this is another georgia rip off.everytie i buy my tag i ask for a new tag......
Bobby

Adel, GA

#27 Mar 29, 2011
jousha ingle wrote:
hey next time u bay your car tag...look at the bill u r being charged 20.00 for a tag....this is no way in hell that decal cost 20.00........this is another georgia rip off.everytie i buy my tag i ask for a new tag......
Good idea, we gotta keep them prisoners busy or they'll likely plan an escape...
Informed Opinion

United States

#28 Mar 30, 2011
Tommyboy wrote:
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we gonna stay and change this county, get rid of all the rednecks and make this county cosmopolitan. and you can be the first to go.
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IF YOU AIN'T A REDNECK THEN WHAT THE HELL YOU DOING IN UNION COUNTY IN THE FIRST PLACE? JACKWAGON
Maybe he is a Native American and wants his country back.
U R NUTS

Braselton, GA

#29 Aug 22, 2013
The Most Expensive State to Operate a Car in Is…

The cost of buying and owning a vehicle can vary widely, and not just because of the car or truck you choose but because of where you live. A new study finds that Georgia has become the most expensive state in which to operate a vehicle, while Oregon is the most affordable.

The gap is substantial, with a typical motorist likely to spend twice as much to keep a vehicle running in the Peach State once gasoline, insurance, repairs, taxes, and fees are included, Bankrate.com found.
Georgia’s topping of the list — ahead of more urban states such as New York, New Jersey and California — will probably surprise most people. The Golden State was No. 2, at an annual $3,966 in automotive operating costs.

Georgia has the highest automobile taxes and fees in the country, Bankrate.com noted.
Georgia and California also have some of the highest repair costs, according to a separate study released in June by CarMD.com . Wyoming drivers fared better than average in that category.

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/08/21/th...

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