Emoji emojis have become a part of people’s daily lives, whether they like it or not, and we may soon start seeing them more outside the digital realm, according tomedia. If the new law passes, it will allow drivers to add emojis to their license plates. A new bill passed by the Virginia House of Representatives recently will allow drivers to add one of six emoji slots to their license plates.
Representative Rebecca White, democrat of Windsor, Vermont, introduced the bill. In addition, large license plates can also add emoji emojis to the numbers or letters.
Currently, Virginia is one of several u.S. licenseplates that allow the use of “” and “?” “One of the states that included some punctuation.
While Vermont may become the first place in the United States to have emoji emoji license plates, it won’t be the first in the world. Because in the past year, drivers in Queensland, Australia, have been able to add emojis such as “smiley face,” “blink,” “love” or “sunglasses” to their license plates, which cost about $336 each. It’s unclear how much vermont’s license plate price is. In addition, it is not clear the specific expression of the six emoji expressions.