My key man policy restricts me from having vanity plates. The insurer (a Berkshire Hathaway company) feels accidents happen with high profile activities like vanity plates. Not sure that I would have vanity plate anyway but I find this highly ironic as Warren Buffet sports vanity plates on his (used) Lincoln Town Car that pronounce "Thrifty." His daughter gave him the plates apparently for a Dad that had everything.
As long as people are in a giving mood..I still don't understand this one either: as posted by Arethusa: "A6MTYPE0 on a Mitsubishi." Is the driver busting on Audi? A typist? Hmmm, the end could be penile "p-e-nil" EDIT; no, it would have to be penal. bob
No I (we) are covered by a reinsurance division of Berkshire Hathaway. We self insure up to a point and then cap it with a custom product. Geico is only a small insurance division of Berkshire Hathaway. GEICO might have the most policies but others have larger coverages. I (we) need the coverage for estate tax purposes otherwise the IRA would force the liquidation of the portfolio for my carry to pay the death tax.