Wyoming is preparing to launch new license plates that feature a view of the Bridger-Teton National Forest.
The Casper Star-Tribune reports that drivers will be able to get the new plates that feature an image of the forest’s Lower Green River Lake and Squaretop Mountain starting next year. The Wyoming Department of Transportation announced the decision last week.
The new design will be featured on the state’s standard license plates as well as on special plates and prestige plates.
Drivers won’t be able to display the new plate until their current registration expires, unless they pay for it in advance.
Next year’s license plates will also include a maximum of five letters instead of four.
State law requires Wyoming to change its license plate designs every eight years.