What do you think?
Texas now allows you to order a dot on personalized license plates. It only works on some of the designs, though. This is technically just a six character license plate since the dot doesn’t really count. But if you have a three letter .com to promote, why not?
Here are some other Texas license plates designs for domain investors:
Texas occasionally makes seven character domains available, so you could potentially snag “Domains” as well.
Unfortunately, this one is taken:
…but, Texas has license plates called “T Plates” that have a T at the beginning in the design. Technically the license plate below is “TDOTCOM”, but it looks like DotCom to me.
Alas, that one is taken too.
Here’s one that might work for any domainer who has been on the receiving end of a UDRP:
Just don’t blame me if your car gets keyed.
You could take it a step further with this one:
You can design your own Texas license plate at the (properly named) MyPlates.com.