New Crop of Texas License Plate Designs Include State Troopers, UH and Sorority
The State of Texas has unveiled a new batch of license plate designs and is looking to Texans for guidance on if they should release them. Last year, we goofed on the state with a batch of license plates we didn't think would ever make it onto the list of choices in Texas. Not surprisingly, none of them did this go-around, but there were a few interesting choices, including a new design for the University of Houston plate. UH already has a design, but the new one is, well, fancier.
Others include a state trooper-themed plate that benefits the Texas DPS Troopers Foundation; a new, cleaner, black-and-white state of Texas plate; and designs for the schools Trinity University, University of North Texas and Tyler Community College, which has, essentially, a pinup model on it. Finally, there is a design for Delta Sigma Theta, a predominantly African-American sorority.
You can vote on whether you like these new designs or not here. Don't vote down the pinup!
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