My new car needs plates. (One plate; we haven't yet succumbed to the tyranny of front plates, though we did give in to the 123 ABC format some years back.*) Yesterday, I realized the clock was ticking and I need to get them today or tomorrow, and in Indiana, with a new-to-you car it's not something you can do online. So won't this be fun.
* The old passenger-car plate format was a two-digit county code, a letter and up to four numbers. The county code was formed by the county's place on an alphabetical list, 1 - 92, with "overflow" for populous counties starting at 93. By the end, I think they'd broken 100 on overflow.
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