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W.Va. Plates Go Digital

January 22, 2013

CHARLESTON (AP) — West Virginia expects to save at least $600,000 a year by switching to flat license plates that are digitally printed rather than embossed....

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Jan-22-13 6:59 AM

Another step forward is another step backward. Embossing adds class. Digitizing adds nothing but subtracts a lot.

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Jan-22-13 7:39 AM

so will the "friends of coal" plate have a picture of mr.potatohead on it?

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Jan-23-13 8:21 AM

I guess I don't care about the plates but I do always wonder when some department head announces that he is going to save $600,000 by doing this or that....where does that money go? It doesn't come back to the taxpayers of WV so is it really saved? Is the DMV going to turn in a budget this year that is $600K less? Of course not, it will just be more relatives on the payroll and maybe one nice big conference for the appointed officials. So he didn't save us anything, that was just to make us wag our tails like the puppies we are.

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