The Alabama Department of Transportation says it’s not too late to get a personalized license plates for your favorite car, carpool car, or motorcycle.
According to AL.com, the agency is making the change to all new license plates issued in 2018 and 2019.
The change is only temporary, though.
“The Alabama Department will issue new personalized license-plate designs that reflect the unique style and appearance of each vehicle as it matures,” the agency said in a news release.
That means you’ll be able to see the current license plate, but you’ll also be able see the personalized version of the plate, which will be available for purchase.
For example, you can get the personalized license to a 2018 Mercedes-Benz E350, the current personalized version is $8,995, while the personalized E350 will set you back $13,695.
That’s a $6,000 discount, which is good news if you’re buying a new vehicle.
You’ll also get a chance to show your support for the state and the upcoming 2018 and 2020 legislative sessions.
You can also choose from a variety of other plates to show support for various issues, including LGBT issues, the environment, and local issues.
All the different options will be priced at $7,995.
The state is also introducing new personalized plates that will be offered to customers that purchase a car, boat, or RV that’s eligible for the “All Alabama” license plate program.
“All new personalized licenses and plates will include a personalized message that shows your support, your support of Alabama, your pride, your passion, and your commitment to Alabama and its people,” the state said in its news release, adding that you’ll only need to show one of these personalized plates to purchase it.
That could be your car, a boat, your RV, or your boat, whichever it is.
You could also just get a custom plate.
AL., which means AL. is the official state news outlet, noted that Alabama will be the first state in the nation to offer a personalized plate program that has been approved by the Alabama Department Of Transportation.
That program will be limited to three designs per year and each plate will cost $10, which should make it a good way to give back to your community.
Alabama’s license plate programs will be implemented in 2021.
You have until June 29, 2021 to submit your personalized license or plate to the department, which you can do online or by calling 1-800-632-5200.
AL, which also notes that the personalized plate is only for new plates, says it will not be issuing personalized license stickers or bumper stickers in the future.