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In 1908 the first automobile owners in New Jersey had to hire woodworkers, shoemakers or smithies to craft license plates with numbers assigned by the state.

In the years since then, size and format of a vehicle’s plate is still standardized.

Even though license plates have evolved from one uniform look to the array of custom plates available today, there are still regulations for customizing your plates. No frames or covers can obscure any letters on a New Jersey license plate.

The choices for the design of your license plate include: