This has to do with the standard Indiana license plate that most auto have.
For those not familiar with the plate, the format is something like this.....
99 A 1234
2 numbers followed by a letter followed by up to 4 numbers.
I tend to notice plates on my way to & from work each day. Recently on my way home the car in front of me had a plate kind of like this one......
49 G 2327 - I couldn't tell you the type of car that is was, doesn't really matter. Thats not even the "exact" number. but for this question, its close enough.
Anyway, heres the odd part.
I looked though the windows of that car to look at the plate of the car just ahead of it. That car was completely different & once again, I have no clue what type it was. However the plate was very similar.
The first 2 numbers were different, the letter was different as well. However the last 4 numbers were next in sequence. Something like 99 Z 2328.
Heres the problem that I have for you.
What are the odds of seeing two completely different make & models of autos together like that, with the last 4 numbers being in sequence?