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    Question What is the proper abbreviation for "Government Licensed"

    Hello,

    This is for a friend who is trying to get a decal created for his car doors. He is "Government Licensed" for his business, but there is not enough room on the door for all this text.

    What is the proper way to abbreviate "Government" in this situation?
    • Gov Licensed
    • Gov. Licensed
    • Govt Licensed
    • Gov't Licensed
    • ??
    Thanks!
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    Techy's reply seems best. I think the actual license number would add some credibility for the OP's friend.

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