An event later this week will help drivers replace their license plate if it is starting to fade.
State Representative Stephanie Scialabba is hosting the Hard to Read License Plate event this Friday from 2-4 p.m. at the Jackson Township Police Department on Magill Road.
Scialabba says that if your license plate is blistered, peeling or discolored, you’re eligible for a replacement.
You must drive your vehicle with the affected plate, as well as bring your registration card and driver’s license.
No registration is required.
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