It is almost a game trying to figure out the location associated with the letters. I'm usually pretty good at the game. but I will admit that a few had me stumped. DIS, Disney?, Dataw Island? DR, Daufuskie Reserve? Or TSS? Try as hard as I could, it just didn't come to me. I had to admit that these stickers seemed to be as legitimate as the others, so they had to represent some place. Now, I am sure that there are many places I am not aware of. But still, I figured eventually it would come to me. And, one day it did.
These letters do represent vacation spots, where families take their campers, and spend a significant amount of money. They look forward to their visits all year. And return home with memories that will last a lifetime. Therefore they are very proud to have these stickers on their vehicles. And, you'll only see it in the South - DIS - Daytona International Speedway (The Great American Race), DR - Darlington Raceway (The Lady in Black, The Track to Tough to Tame), and TSS - Talladego Super Speedway (The Big One).
It was the big hair, the leather jackets, and the NASCAR stickers that clued me in. I should have realized something was amiss. The white oval stickers just didn't quite fit in with the "Locked, Loaded, & Proud" sticker on the right rear bumper and the "My Blue Tick Hound can beat the Hell out of your Honor Student Any Day" on the left. It takes all kinds to make the world go around. But, it is just a "special" group who truly understands the world that only makes left turns, at high rates of speed, in large groups on Sunday afternoons. Of course, they also think the last line of The Star Spangled Banner is "Gentlemen start your engines."