Six years ago, Steve Jobs passed away at 56 years of age. As the co-founder of Apple, Jobs was known as an innovator and inventor, playing no small part in ushering in such iconic products as the iMac, iPod, iPhone, and iPad. But in addition to turning the tech world on its head, Steve Jobs was also known for never running any license plates on his car. As the story goes, Jobs took advantage of a California DMV loophole that enabled new cars to forgo adding plates for six months after purchase. Essentially, Jobs would lease a new Mercedes-Benz SL55 AMG twice a year, which basically meant he’d never need to mount license plates. Ever.