Wendy Auger finally won a court battle to keep her license plate which read “PB4WEGO” in New Hampshire, according to CNN.
Auger owned the plates for 15 years and claimed that they were her personal story of how she struggled to get her four young children to use the restroom prior to going on the road. Auger soon received a letter from New Hampshire that asked her to surrender her plate because it included a phrase relating to “sexual or excretory acts or functions,” according to Auger.
“I’m not a political activist but this is a non-offensive thing that I’ve had and it’s part of who we are as a family,” said Auger of the incident. “There was zero reason for them to take it away,” she stated. It was a call from New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu to the Division of Motor Vehicles that made it possible for Auger to keep her plates indefinitely.