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Section 4503.78 | Requirement for implementing creation of new special plates - reestablishment of terminated program of nonstandard license plates.

 
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(A) Except as may otherwise be specifically provided by law, the registrar of motor vehicles is not required to implement any legislation that creates a license plate and provides for its issuance until the registrar receives written statements from not less than one hundred fifty persons, indicating that they intend to apply for and obtain such license plates for their motor vehicles. The registrar may require such statements to be made on a form the registrar provides.

(B) If a program involving a nonstandard license plate is terminated under division (B)(1) of section 4503.77 of the Revised Code, the sponsor of that license plate may apply to the registrar for the reestablishment of that program, as permitted by division (D) of that section. The registrar shall not reestablish the program involving that nonstandard license plate until the registrar receives written statements from not less than twenty-five persons, indicating that they intend to apply for and obtain such license plates for their motor vehicles. The registrar may require such statements to be made on a form approved by the registrar.

In determining whether twenty-five persons have so indicated their intentions, the registrar shall include in the total the number of motor vehicles that continue to display the nonstandard license plate of the terminated program, as permitted by division (C) of section 4503.77 of the Revised Code.

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