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This week Reader Poll asks the question . . . As stated in this week IVLVís newsletter, the state of Nevada starting July 1, 2016 will be rotating license plates on Nevada vehicles every eight years. The cost for this replacement will be an additional $8. Do you think this is a good or bad idea? We want to hear from you. What is your opinion? (See other Readersí opinions below.)

Nevada to start new license plate revolving program.

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Reader Poll Replies:

Seems to me this is just another way to tax me for the state. I dont like it. Amy Lewis Las Vegas, NV

I think this is a way to get 3 million people to pay $8 each over the next 8 years. Bad idea. Ellen Bowers Reno NV

This doesnt sound like anything more than a way to charge more taxes. Paul Thompson, South Dakota

Maybe this is a good idea, but i fail to see where it is other than the state of nevada makes a lot of money. Barbara Sante Fe, NM

For those in need of seeing a quality license plate info, this is good, but for the millions of us not concerned with how shinny our license plate is, this is a bad idea. Robert M Las Vegas, NV

Seems like a bad way to collect more taxes and try to disquish it.  Sandy Hopps UT

I'm an Illinois resident and can't remember the last time Illinois remade their license plates. Instead, every year, drivers attach a small sticker to their rear license plate which shows the expiration date. I think it saves Illinois a lot of money and I can't see any good reason why Nevada shouldn't adopt the same system. Unless, of course, Nevada is looking for a way to make more money off its residents, instead of trying to save money for the state. Sharon Robinson Chicago, IL

I think to really have an effective program you should be able not to just change your plates after eight years but the plates should also be a different color. If there is no change in the plate why bother to change at all. Tony Russo Syracuse,New York


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