The license plate means that the owner has climbed all 48 New Hampshire mountains over 4000 feet. You would expect that he would be able to stay on the trail.
I basically don’t drive in the city, because parking and nobody here knows how to drive (making it stressful and unenjoyable). It seems like they have gutted the drivers portion of the licensing exam in NorCal - which is the only thing that might explain just how incompetent bay-area drivers have become. The mass influx of sleep-deprived UBER/LYFT drivers from Sac/Fresno/LA doesn’t help either. Driving in the bay area is an unmitigated dumpster-fire right now.@The Tinman Rides Again,
As a third generation San Franciscan, I can attest to the fact that parking in the City has been problematic since the late 1970s and early 1980s when I lived at various places in the Haight. The last being next to the library. My father was raised in Glen Park. Though long overrun by the gentrification of "New Money", I have been known to park out in front of my grandparent's former home in the once middle class neighborhood of Glen Park and take BART to the Inner Mission to have dinner with friends because parking was not to be found within 5-6 block radius of 18th street and Guerrero Street.