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49CFR 172.502 (a)(2) prohibits the use of "Any sign, advertisement, slogan (such as "Drive Safely), or device that by its color, design, shape, or content, could be confused with any placard prescribed in this subpart".
172.401(b) has a similar prohibition concerning labels.
How about those 4-inch square, diamond-shaped, yellow signs that drivers put on their rear and/or side windows - the ones that frequently indicate "Baby on Board" or "Mother-in-Law in Trunk"? I hate to be a grouch, but ..
Reminder: Effective October
1, 2001, vehicles, containers, and tanks are prohibited to have slogans
such as "Drive Safely" or advertising displayed in your permanent
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