The first thing you have in the office, however, is to obtain your license plate number, or plate number plate.
It’s not easy.
In Kentucky, a new law takes effect July 1, 2017.
There is no cost to obtain a license plate.
If you are a commercial fisherman, however — which is what most people are — you’ll have to apply for a license.
The state has a website to do this.
The process is lengthy, however.
The new license plate law was passed after the state’s attorney general, Mike DeWine, said the state would no longer use license plate numbers to prosecute license plates that have been suspended.
It has been used to prosecute plate numbers in cases in which license plates were used to commit a felony.
DeWieres letter, posted on the website, said that while there is no way to know how many license plates have been issued, “a substantial number” have been used in felony cases.
The letter said that the state had used license plates in felony and misdemeanor cases to prosecute individuals, including those with felony and misdemeanors offenses.
That includes individuals convicted of murder, rape, theft, arson and other serious crimes.
The department has not responded to a request for comment.
The attorney general said that although he believed license plate use in the past to have been problematic, he felt the new law was needed to protect the public.