You won't see the word DEVIL or BIGPIG on any B.C. licence plate.
That's because earlier this year, ICBC rejected these requests from motorists wanting these letters on vanity plates.
Why? Because ICBC considered DEVIL and BIGPIG to be "offensive".
Nor will you come across vanity plates with the words BITCHIN, DAM, BAD ASS, or GWI LOW, which is Cantonese slang for "white man".
They were vetoed for the same reason in 2012.
Jordan Bateman of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation obtained the complete list of vetoed plates after filing an access-to-information request to ICBC.
Others deemed offensive included: FU, F U, FUBAR, and KKK.
The following applications were rejected for being "suggestive": L-TLUST, QD PRN, DICKY, EZ LAY, BANGER, and RIDEME.
Others fell into the "not in good taste" category, such as: STOLEN, NEWFY, LAHORE, A1D5, LARDAS, LMAO, LUCIFR, and GUNNUT.
Political message on vanity plates are also verboten.
That's why applications were nixed for CANADA, ITALIA, MAU MAU, 9ELEVEN, and SO-CRDS.
This being ICBC, vanity plates that encourage speeding are also forbidden.
Those include RACEM, FSTBAK, FRMLA1, DRG RCE, 2FST4U, and FAST4U.
And don't bother applying for DR.MEAT or ISINGH.
They've already been trashed for being an "unacceptable combination".