No one has ever confused me with doing things that everyone else does ... and I'm proud of that actually. Too many shepeople these days.
Your font looks nice.
Still, look at all the black hull that's above water (pic below)! I don't get it. In fact, that space is almost never under water.
I read the law, and no where does it say that it needs to be on top. In fact, if I go dig up a pic of my boat, it was hard to see those numbers due to the curve in the boat.
Before, my Spark went in to the shop, I rode by the police twice ... with no numbers ... and waved. Maybe I don't look like trouble.
Still, I'm wondering what other people are doing. Putting the numbers on top ruins the look.
If you numbers are visible, and you are not breaking the law, what gives? If I count the times that I've been out on the sand bar on my friends 50 footer, and the amount of boaters who are drinking, and the po po just drive right by ... well never mind.
What about the people who pay for the Sea Doo graphics kits. It would be impossible to put consistently contrasting numbers on those!
What would the po po do then?
I did a quick search on the Coast Guard:
I'm going low. I'll be nice to the officers, but I'll be armed with their docs.
How can the white numbers below, not be visible?