Mothers Against Drunk Driving Plates may Go Away

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Mothers Against Drunk Driving or MADD issued a release stating the organization is in danger of losing a key piece of funding if it fails to maintain 500 license plates in circulation by June 30.

The organization says their license plates will lose over $15,000 in annual funding if they fall short of the 500 plate minimum by the end of the month.

Currently, MADD is 70 plates short of what needs to be purchased. The plates cost $35 for drivers with $30.75 going towards the organization's efforts in fighting impaired driving.


MADD license plates went into production in Tennessee in 1997 and the organization is urging drivers to purchase a plate from the county clerk's office so they can reach the 500 minimum needed or else the plate will be retired.

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