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The North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles made the decision to no longer issue license plates depicting the Confederate battle flag.

The decision comes after the department tried to develop new artwork without the flag that could be used by members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV) but were unable to reach an agreement.

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One driver tried to outsmart the police by creating a fake Ontario licence plate out of a diaper box. 

According to the West Region OPP, a vehicle was pulled over after officers noticed its phony cardboard plates.

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An officer from the Burlington OPP detachment heard an interesting excuse for not having insurance when he pulled over a driver for speeding on Queen Elizabeth Way near Hamilton Sunday morning.  

According to the OPP, the 26-year-old told police he doesn't get insurance on his vehicles because he doesn't believe people should have to pay for car insurance.

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It looks like one Ontario driver tried to get creative to avoid getting a ticket. 

On Tuesday, the Toronto Police Service (TPS) revealed that one driver was caught using a marker to alter their rear licence plate. 

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On November 7, 2020, Alberta made the call to scrap a “redundant and outdated” process that’s been in place since 1974. Namely, you will no longer need license plate stickers in Alberta.

According to an announcement by the Government of Alberta, some advances in technology have made it so that date-stamped stickers will no longer be required as of January 1, 2021.

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