Illinois is planning to run out of license plates by the end of this year, and it’s a big problem.
The state has more than 200 million license plates.
Those are now up for renewal, and the state is asking that they expire at least in three-and-a-half years.
In the meantime, Illinois will be able to run the license plate program for another four years, but only if the expiration date is extended by at least a year.
As part of the new plan, the state will also start issuing driver’s licenses, which will be up for renewals in two years, and learner’s permits in four years.
The state has already been issuing learner permits for the past two years.
The Illinois Motor Vehicle Commission will also continue to issue learner permit licenses, and will continue to offer driver’s permits.
The agency plans to keep issuing learners’ permits until the expiration of the license plates in 2020.
But the state also has plans to allow license plate renewals to continue indefinitely, and to give the Department of Motor Vehicles a license plate that would allow people to drive their own vehicles without having to obtain a license.