"Driver carries n cash” is a popular bumper sticker. “Seen in the last few days in Xenia, a beer truck and a sausage-maker’s truck, both bearing painted warnings to would-be robbers that the driver carries no cash” was cited in print in 1971.
“Driver carries no cash—he’s married” is a popular version of the bumper sticker that has been cited in print since at least 1993.
29 June 1971, Xenia (OH) Daily Gazette, pg. 4, col. 3:
Sign of the times: Seen in the last few days in Xenia, a beer truck and a sausage-maker’s truck, both bearing painted warnings to would-be robbers that the driver carries no cash.
Railway Tie Association
1988 (This Google Books date might be incorrect.—ed.)
Sign on the Bluff City Ice Co. truck in Poplar Bluff, MO. “Driver carries no cash. He’s married.”
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I still like the one I made up from a kit from an auto supply store. I get favorable comments on it all the time suggesting I market it.
“Driver Carries No Cash - 2 Kids In College”
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. OLX 2.1 TD . NOTE: Driver carries no cash---he’s married!
17 November 1999, The Intelligencer (Doylestown, PA), “Cashless society” by Beth Long, pg. A3, col. 1:
I saw something on the way to work Tuesday that caught my eye.
It was on the back of the big tractor-trailer in front of me.
It read: “DRIVER CARRIES NO CASH—he’s married”
San Diego Magazine
THE BOTTOM LINE: Dick Troncone met reality on the bumper of a sedan turning into the Navy Hospital parking lot: DRIVER CARRIES NO CASH— HE’S MARRIED.
Ask your dad where he got his ‘Driver carries no cash… He’s married!!!’ sticker for me, buddy. pic.twitter.com/iv7SUOXwjT
7:16 AM - 17 Sep 2014