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November 16, 2006
For those in Hong Kong, why are government official plates all "AM"? Does it stand for anything?posted by Simon on 11.16.06 at 12:33 PM in the Hong Kong category.
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For Adminstration (Admin).. that is if Wikipedia is to be believed.
Hong Kong car numbers, special prefixes:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hong_Kong_car_numbers#Special_Prefixesposted by: Mister Bijou on 11.16.06 at 04:59 PM [permalink]
That's good enough for me. I should've thought to use the ol' Wikipedia.posted by: Simon on 11.16.06 at 06:27 PM [permalink]
This means that government vehicles (excluding ambulances and fire engines) are limited to 9,999. Hopefully, this puts at least one constraint on Donald's expanding government.posted by: fumier on 11.17.06 at 11:43 AM [permalink]
It's a matter of digits, Fumie.posted by: Simon on 11.17.06 at 12:07 PM [permalink]
i love this site thanks to adimposted by: Fatima on 11.27.06 at 01:35 PM [permalink]