An Ohio license plate has become a popular target for the state’s lawmakers after it read “Maryland” on one side, “OHIO” on the other.
The Ohio Department of Transportation says it is aware of the issue and is working to address it.
But the Department of Motor Vehicles is aware that some license plate designs are in some states more popular than others, the department said in a statement.
The department does not allow plates with state names.
The department also said it has received numerous complaints and has removed some plates that are in states with more popular plates.
It says some plates are in Alabama and Georgia.
In Michigan, the state Department of Licensing has also been asked to remove the license plate on some of its cars.
The issue has caught the attention of the governor, who is seeking to promote his new legislation to reinstate Ohio’s license plates.
The measure was approved by the state Senate earlier this month.