The Oklahoma Tax Commission unveiled the design of the new Oklahoma license plates
earlier this month, and I think it's great. As you can see from the picture, the plate features Oklahoma artist Allan Houser's "Sacred Rain Arrow" sculpture, housed at Tulsa’s Gilcrease Museum. It will be available in January for no extra charge whenever tag registration is required, but drivers who want to retain their current plate number have to pay $17 in addition to normal registration charges before November 1st.
Apparently there's been some criticism of the design, some even deriding the use of color. I guess I'll respectfully disagree. In my opinion, the plate is dignified and interesting, much more so than the good ole' green and white one we've come to know and tolerate. What do you think?