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Texas Raises Cash With New Vanity Plates

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The state of Texas debuted a new line of vanity license plates as a strategy to help raise money for the state budget. The platemaker has guaranteed the Lone Star state a cut of the revenue that’s worth at least $25 million over five years, according to the Forth Worth Star-Telegram.

Texas drivers can choose from several different designs, including Luxury, Custom and T-Plate. The colors range from hot pink to orange to black and different themes are available, as well. Some plates have vowel restrictions to keep the message clean.

The tags cost between $55 and $195, but that’s on top of registration fees that can make the final price tag heftier than a longhorn.

New Custom Car Plates Offer Range of Colors, Themes (Fort-Worth Star Telegram)

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