Starting in April, New Yorkers will have to spend $25 for new license plates if their current ones are 10 years or older and an additional $20 if they want to keep their license plate numbers, according to the Governor and the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles.
Earlier this week, Governor Cuomo announced the new fee structure and 10-year license plate replacement requirement along with a survey allowing New Yorkers to vote on the new plate designs. Of the five design options, only one features a landmark located in Upstate New York: Niagara Falls.
Senator Akshar wants to know what you think about these new fees and license plate designs.
Make you voice heard today and submit your answers below.