A new license plate will let drivers display some state pride.
Gov. Larry Hogan unveiled an MD Proud license plate on Tuesday. The simple design features the state flag unfurling at the bottom. The new license plates will be issued by the MVA starting on Sept. 26.
“Now, Marylanders will have yet another way to show their state pride, with our new ‘Maryland Proud’ standard-issue license plate,” Hogan said.
The new plates will replace the War of 1812 license plates, which were first issued in 2010 ahead of the Star Spangled Banner commemoration.
If you want to replace your plates right away, they’ll be available to order for an additional cost of $20. Otherwise, drivers don’t have to wave the flag just yet.
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