Vermont Bill Proposes Emojis on License Plate
They could soon be the emoji and syrup state. Should New York adopt the bill?
We've got to face the music. Emojis are not just a part of the English language. They've become a part of the human language. Everyone can use them and everyone understands them.
According to USA Today, a bill was filed in Vermont to allow emojis on vanity plates. For a $48 annual fee you could have the poop emoji on your license plate. Worth it.
If this bill passes it would make Vermont the first state in the country to allow emojis on license plates. Should New York be the next state to look into adopting this new trend? Australia adopted this in 2019.
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