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Weird NewsMom Wins Battle to Keep 'PB4WEGO' License Plate

10:45  30 august  2019
10:45  30 august  2019 Source:   insideedition.com

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One mom ’s license plate has gotten her attention she wasn’t expecting. Her vanity plate reads “ PB 4 WEGO ,” or “pee before we go,” which she says is her

Wendy Auger is proud of her “ PB 4 WEGO ” plate and told CNN she’s never had any issues with it. “Upon this being brought to my attention, I reached out to the Division of Motor Vehicles and strongly urged them to allow Wendy to keep the license plate she has had for the last 15 years,” Sununu told

Mom Wins Battle to Keep 'PB4WEGO' License Plate © Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. Thanks to an intervention from the governor of New Hampshire, Wendy Auger gets to keep her creative vanity plate.

One New Hampshire mom’s license plate has gotten her attention she wasn’t expecting.

Her vanity plate reads “PB4WEGO,” or “pee before we go,” which she says is her message for her children.

“That's what I tell my kids when we're about to leave to go anywhere,” Wendy Auger told Inside Edition.

Auger says she got the plate 15 years ago.

“Almost every time I’m driving, I get people taking pictures of it, people laughing, waving,” she said.

But she recently received a letter from the state of New Hampshire telling her plate "is being recalled," citing a ban on plates referring to "excretory acts or functions."

“I was pissed!” she said, pun intended.

But thanks to an intervention from Gov. Chris Sununu, Auger gets to keep her license plate.

“Yes, it was a relief,” she said ⁠— again with pun intended.

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