The Director of the Division of Motor Vehicles shall, upon proper application therefor,
issue coastal protection license plates for any motor vehicle owned or leased and
registered in the State. In addition to the registration number and other markings or identification otherwise
prescribed by law, a coastal protection license plate shall display words or a slogan
and an emblem indicating support for, or an interest in, the protection of the coastal
resources of this State. The words or slogan and emblem shall be chosen by the director; however, the director
shall solicit, in conjunction with the Legislature, input from the general public
on the design of the plate and shall review the submissions prior to choosing the
design. Issuance of coastal protection license plates in accordance with this section shall
be subject to the limitations of section 3 of P.L.1959, c. 56 (C. 39:3-33.5) and other applicable requirements of chapter 3 of Title 39 of the Revised Statutes,
except as hereinafter otherwise specifically provided.
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