29th Jan 2020
Vermont may be the first US state to be allowed to use ideograms and emoticons on car numbers
The bill was introduced by Democratic Party member Rebecca White, CNET reports.
According to the document, the driver will be able to choose one of six characters in addition to the standard set of numbers and numbers. Plus, a special sign can be used when purchasing a unique, paid number made by a special order. If the law is passed, Vermont will become the first North American state to allow emoji to be displayed on state registration marks.
It is curious that a year ago, emojis were allowed to be used on car numbers in the Australian Queensland. Local drivers can choose from five emoticons: laughing, winking, wearing sunglasses, smiling or with hearts instead of eyes. At the same time, the sign itself is exclusively decorative and is not noted in official documents.
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