The Wolf Administration announced new license plates to honor members of the Pennsylvania National Guard.
These plates feature the standard state license plate colors of blue, white and yellow, but with a National Guard-approved emblem on the left side.
Pennsylvania is printed at the top of the plate with PA National Guard printed at the bottom.
The license plate is only to be used on passenger vehicles and trucks with a registered gross weight of not more than 14,000 pounds.
"Our members of the National Guard are justifiably proud of their service to our state and nation," said PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards. "These new registration plates give them a way to publicly show that pride daily."
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