Rate the Plates: Gov. Lee Invites Tennesseans to Pick New License Plate Design – here is your chance to vote for the new Tennessee state license plate. #Tennessee #TennesseeLicensePlate
Rate the Plates: Gov. Lee Invites Tennesseans to Pick New License Plate Design
Voting open now through September 27
Tennessee Governor Bill Lee invited Tennesseans to “Rate the Plates” and help choose the state’s next standard license plate by selecting their favorite design at tn.gov/ratetheplates. Per Tennessee statute, the plate is redesigned every eight years if funds are approved in the General Assembly’s annual budget.
“As Tennessee celebrates 225 years of statehood, it’s a perfect time to redesign our license plate and feature the Tri-Star that represents each of our state’s unique grand divisions,” said Gov. Lee. “We welcome all Tennesseans to cast their vote and play a role in choosing this piece of our state’s history.”
Voting has already began and will conclude at 11:59 p.m. CT on Monday, September 27. The winning design will be announced later this fall and available to the public January 2022.
Tennessee statute requires the display of “Tennessee,” “Volunteer State” and “TNvacation.com” on the plate, as well as county name and expiration year decal locations. Statute provides that Tennesseans may select an “In God We Trust” plate option.
Only one design has In God We Trust on the plate design option, sadly. I wished #1 did!
The new license plate design will replace the current plate that launched in 2006 with modifications in 2011, 2016 and 2017.
Press Release by the State of Tennessee.
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