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The face of all motor vehicle license plates or tags, whether for passenger automobiles, trucks of any kind or size, whether special, distinctive or for antique vehicles or for whatever type and kind of motor vehicle including motorcycles and motorbikes issued by any authority in the state, shall be fully coated, painted or digitally printed with a reflectorizing material for the purpose of additional safety commencing with the 2002 issue.
The type of reflective material shall be determined by the License Tag Commission who shall not prescribe such specifications for said reflective material so as to eliminate competitive bidding or to favor any particular company or supplier, but shall be guided by the legislative intent to provide the most efficient reflectorized safety license plate within the money appropriated.
The Department of Revenue shall furnish the various counties of the state with license plates without the expiration dates imprinted thereon. The plates will have designated areas for decals to reflect the expiration date.
The Department of Revenue shall design decals which will be self-adhesive to metal. One (1) decal will provide for the month and year of expiration, and will be numbered in the manner specified by the Department of Revenue.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Mississippi Code Title 27. Taxation and Finance § 27-19-41. Reflectorization of license plates - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ms/title-27-taxation-and-finance/ms-code-sect-27-19-41/
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