SPRINGFIELD, Vt. (KYMA, KECY) - A new bill could give drivers the option of adding even more personality to their license plates.
It was introduced to Vermont's House Committee on Transportation Wednesday.
It seeks to create a new license plate featuring emojis.
The legislation calls for a new license plate to be made that would allow one of six emojis to be added on with numbers or letters.
The emojis would be added to the plate's registration number, and the plates would not be solely comprised of emojis.
It is yet unclear what the new plates could look like or which emojis would be allowed.
"Why not," says a Springfield resident, "you can already customize it, I mean it's just another thing to add to it."
If passed, Vermont would become the first state with emoji-license plates.