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New design to help law enforcement identify with other specialty plates  


Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White announced the new design of the environmental specialty license plate. The new design will make it easier for law enforcement officials to identify the license plates. The “E” that was previously located on the left side will now appear on the right. The two-letter identifier located at the right side of the plate makes this plate consistent with all specialty plates approved by the Illinois General Assembly and issued by the Secretary of State’s Office.

“Over the last several years, the office has streamlined license plates to be consistent for law enforcement tracking,” said White “The new plate will help officials identify these environmental plates as specialty plates.”

The new green plate features a cardinal which is the official state bird of Illinois. A portion of the fee of sale for these license plates supports the State Parks Fund. More than 40,000 motorists currently have the environmental license plate, which makes it the largest selling specialty plate in the state of Illinois. New plates are being sent to current environmental plate holders. To order a new environmental plates visit www.cyberdriveillinois.com.

“It is important to remember to protect the environment so do not throw your old plates away,” said White. “Recycle any unused license plates at Secretary of State driver’s facilities across the state.”

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