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DOT replacing sesquicentennial plates
Wisconsin's most popular specialty license plates won't be on vehicles for much longer.
The sesquicentennial plate was issued between 1996 and 1998.
Megan Bergum of the DMV says they're the oldest plates on the road, and they're fading. She says that's an issue for law enforcement. About 160,000 of them are still being used.
Bergum says they're also going to replace the 135,000 standard plates, with red letters and numbers.
They'll replace both plates with the standard one, with black letters and numbers.
Bergum says people will get their new plates, when their registration is due. She says they hope to have all of the faded plates off the road, by the fall of next year.