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Friday, February 14, 2020

Car license plates with emojis are about to arrive in the United States.

We would all like to add some humour and colour to our car license plates. Still, sometimes the future runs over the different administrations, which always move like turtles when legislating and making decisions.

Car license plates with emojis are about to arrive in the United States.
Car license plates with emojis are about to arrive in the United States.


It is one of those cases, and it is that emojis are already part of our way of communicating for a long time, and only two countries have announced that they are studying adding them to personalized license plates.

We talked about Australia, which has long announced its plans to integrate emojis into Queensland car license plates. And now it is the United States, always pioneers, who study the possibility of allowing up to six different emojis in their car license plates.

Of course, we must recognize that as they told us from Engadget, it is not the United States as a country, in its entirety. But only the state of Vermont that prepares a bill that will allow adding a bit of colour to the license plates customized of their vehicles.

It is not something as fun as the Mojipic project that we saw some time ago in Indiegogo, which promised us a screen for vehicles with which to express our emotions instantaneously, using the voice and in the form of emoticons.

It is not so exciting or fun, because in this case, we will not be able to put a happy pooch or anything similar on our Vermont license plates. But only choose between six predefined emojis that the authorities would want for us in case the bill thrives in a way definitive in the House of Representatives of the US state.

The project presented by Democrat Rebecca White does not even confirm what six emoticons would be available. And these would also be added directly to the usual combination of letters and numbers that the Vermont Motor Vehicle Commissioner assigns to the car in question.

So the customization is not total or complete, and the registration of the vehicle for official purposes would have nothing to do with the emoji.

In economic terms, it should be remembered that adding one of the five emojis available in Queensland, Australia, costs approximately 300 euros to the current change.

The amount of dollars that would have to be paid in Vermont, United States, has not yet been spoken.

It is undoubtedly expensive to put a smiley face on your license, right?

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