0 Questions, Comments, and Reviews on “Live Free or Die! What Does it Mean? The NH State Motto”

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  • John E Smith

    Dear sirs•. as I love my states Moro. I find yours very close to my spirit. I am looking for a tag or plate to display on my vehicles. Please indicate if I can buy directly from your state or a business. I would like something as big as a license plate. Thank you. John e Smith. 5116blarney road. Kingsport, Tn. 37664. Thank you for your time.

    1. Jeff Posto

      John E Smith , I have lived in NH since 1982. And I have a older NH license plate I can send you as a N H Christmas present. I will.assume Blarney Rd address listed is Correct to send TO . Jeff

    2. Lewis Soares

      Its time to mandate auto insurance and seat belts. Live free or die should not be interpreted as we can do any thing we want love this state but to many flant landers as thete called want to to turn small villages in city.

  • Dan Smith

    I wish this was back in the day when words meant something. Now unfortunately they don’t matter and are just a cosmetic veneer of sorts. I live in NH and all I can say is that it’s just another corporate entity, do as I say or we will penalize you should be the motto! The live free or die is from a era long gone……

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