A Grand Forks lawmaker says it's time for a new state license plate.
"The last general issue we had in North Dakota was in 1991," said Sen. Ray Holmberg (R-Grand Forks). "So the plates are up to 21, 22 years old."
Holmberg says the older plates are becoming unreadable. And he says there is now technology for license plates.
"The new plates are flat, and they are a material that is much more reflective than we have now," said Holmberg. "It's good for everyone to have a license plate that can be read."