When Kentucky introduced its new "In God We Trust" license plate at the beginning of the year, the barely-changed design (compared to the standard "Unbridled Spirit" issue) led me to wonder if it would be as popular as the prettier design of Indiana's plate.
Evidently it isn't.
I realize it's only late March, but since January, I've seen a grand total of THREE of the new plates, and I live in the fourth-largest city in Kentucky. Meanwhile, I've seen countless newly-issued "Unbridled Spirit" plates.
Cost isn't the problem; the new plates are no more expensive (at $21 plus the usual taxes and fees) than their counterparts, so I have to wonder: Why is this plate not selling better?
I have my suspicions ... but what do YOU think???