Kingston Police suspended yet another DIY Ontario licence plate that really doesn't pass the eye test.\nAccording to Sgt. Steve Koopman, patrol officers suspended a hand-made licence plate from a motorcyclist and weren't too impressed with its colouring or spelling mistake.\nEditor's Choice: Multiple Canadian Cities Are Among The 'Least Affordable' In The World In 2021\n\nWe apparently have some burgeoning artists in #ygk. Patrol officers again snagged this beauty off of a motorcycle. Charged accordingly and given an ‘A’ for effort but an ‘F’ for spelling. #LiveFreOrDie #NewHampshireNorth pic.twitter.com/FBVxQwvG8K— Sgt Steve Koopman (@SgtKoopman) March 25, 2021\n\nThe driver, who was charged by police, apparently didn't do their research on Ontario licence plates, writing the slogan "Live Free Or Die..." on the plate.\nThat slogan actually appears on plates from New Hampshire, but it didn't even say that — the aspiring artist drawing it missed an "e."\nIt's the second such licence plate found in Kingston in the past few weeks — the last DIY plate was also hand-drawn, but at least there weren't any spelling errors.