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Whether you are seeking just a date, a pen pal, a casual or a serious relationship, you can meet singles in Idaho Falls today! Registrants had to provide their own license plates for display until July 1, 1913, when the state began to supply plates. First graphic plate; commemorated the US Bicentennial.These prefixes were assigned to each county in alphabetical order, beginning with 1 for Adams County and ending with 92 for Whitley County; prefixes 93 through 99 were reserved as overflow for the state's two most populous counties, Marion (93, 95, 97, 98 and 99) and Lake (94 and 96).

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Awarded "Plate of the Year" for best new license plate of 1979 by the Automobile License Plate Collectors Association, the first and, to date, only time Indiana has been so honored. The original design had the slogan "Back Home Again" (as on the 1987–90 base); this was replaced with the state's web address before production began. Staggered registration once again expanded to include all twelve months of the calendar year; four dates, the 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th of each month, are used (except in January and December).

Plates expired from January 31 through June 30, 1980. Early plates had a small yellow-on-black county name sticker in the bottom right corner; this was soon discontinued. Early plates used a bolder serial font that included full-height letters; this was changed in response to legibility concerns. Grandfathered Version are laid out by county coding depending on demand for them.

Starting in 2015, the colors of these plates, with the exception of the Hoosier Veteran and Purple Heart plates, will invert, producing plates with dark blue serials on a white background.

Starting in 2012 veterans of each of the five branches of the armed forces will be able, for an extra , to obtain a plate with the seal of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps or Coast Guard beginning in 2012.Following the introduction of multi-year plates in 1981, plates with serials containing numbers above 100 were revalidated with decals, while those with serials containing numbers 1 through 100 continued to be issued annually.In 2008, new serial formats were introduced with the white-on-blue torch base, consisting of three digits followed by one, two or three random letters.The changes were made to address visibility issues with the previous version and in preparation for the introduction of the Bicentennial passenger base in 2013.Aside from this and the In God We Trust Plates, there are approximately 70 other various organizations, schools, and other entities that offer plates using the same format but come with a organizational fee. Starting in 2010 special plates such as the handicapped, POW, National Guard, Disabled American Veteran that use the background of the standard plates will no longer use just numbers.On Wednesday June 4th I started chatting online with Mark.