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Technology Emoji license plates could become a real thing if this Vermont bill passes

23:50  24 january  2020
23:50  24 january  2020 Source:   cnet.com

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An emoji could also be added to a set of numbers or letters selected by the driver for a vanity plate , according to the bill 's text. Vermont 's legislation doesn't specify price or which six emojis would be available for selection. There are about 3,178 recognized emojis as of 2019, according to Emojipedia.

If the bill passes , Vermont would be the first state in the US to allow emoji on license plates -- but not the first place in the world. According to NBC 5, that distinction goes to Queensland, Australia. As of last year, people in the country's second-largest state have been able to add one of five emoji to their

A new piece of legislation before the Virginia House of Delegates aims to allow drivers to spice up their license plate with emoji. The bill introduced by Rep. Rebecca White, a Democrat from Windsor, Vermont, proposes creating a registration plate that lets drivers add one of six emojis in addition to the number assigned by the commissioner of motor vehicles. An emoji could also be added to a set of numbers or letters selected by the driver for a vanity plate, according to the bill's text.

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Emoji have made their way to all sorts of products and places in the real world outside of just our devices and now Vermont vehicles could be next. A new bill has been submitted to the state’s legislature to make a handful of the animated characters a customization option for license plates .

We meant real emoji ’s on real license plates . Well, now it seems they may be coming to the United Rebecca White, a Democrat from Windsor, Vermont . Read More: Hayley Williams wants “vital and According to the text within the bill , people could add the emoji to the plate next to the number

Vermont would reportedly be the first state to enact such legislation in the US, but NBC 5, which earlier reported the news, noted that Queensland, Australia, already has emoji license plate legislation in place. As of 2019, Queensland drivers can have the laughing, smiling, winking, "love" or sunglasses emoji on their plates. The plates cost about $336 each.

Vermont's legislation doesn't specify price or which six emojis would be available for selection. There are about 3,178 recognized emojis as of 2019, according to Emojipedia.

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