INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Indiana residents can now vote for the new state license plate.
The Bureau of Motor Vehicles introduced three plate designs at the Indiana State Fair Friday morning.
This is going to be a fun process for Hoosiers during the next four weeks,” said BMV Commissioner Kent Abernathy. “We have three interesting designs and I hope all state residents will vote and let us know which one they like the best,” he added. “The winning design will appear on vehicles all over Indiana.
The new design that Hoosiers choose will replace the outgoing Bicentennial plate.
The three designs the public can vote on include:
- Blue, red and green plate depicting a covered bridge over a creek
- White, blue and yellow choice with a torch and stars over the silhouette of Indiana and the slogan “The Hoosier State”
- Plate with a white background, blue numbers and a yellow, bottom border with the slogan, “Crossroads of America”
Hoosiers can vote for the plate at myBMV.com and at the BMV State Fair display in Exposition Hall.
Voting ends at midnight on September 5.
The winning plate design will first be displayed on vehicles in January 2017. Older plates will be replaced at the end of the normal seven-year life cycle. The new design can also be purchased before the end of the life cycle for $10.25.