I'm no license plate expert. But, how can this letter combination actually be used in Michigan as a piece of legal registration? This has to be the single worst possible letter combo to be randomly given by the state. After all, you're legally bound to this random letter combo in a multitude of capacities...

Does the play on word (minus vowel) make one:

Hopeless and incapable with an "A"?

Chincy and cheap with an "E"?

Or, just "U"?

I know through personal inquiry that the Secretary of State does censor the letter and number combinations on our plates. "TNA", "SHT", "FUK", "SNM", and "ASS" are combinations of letters that SOS will not allow, as I was told by a SOS employee years ago. And, I can imagine "BLZ", "PSY", and "DCK" probably wouldn't make the filter, either...