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1“The Iodine State” has appeared on the license plate for which U.S. state?
In the United States, many states distinguish their license plates through distinctive color schemes and logos, which persist over time. For example, the cowboy logo often associated with the state of Wyoming has appeared on that state’s license plates continuously since 1936.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U.S._license_plates

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South Carolina – The Iodine State. At dinner tonight Bill Pennington told us of his latest acquisition – a 1933 South Carolina license plate he found on eBay. What made this interesting to him was the phrase “S.C.- … From 1930 – 1933 something with the word “iodine” appeared on the license plate.
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3“The Iodine State” has appeared on the license plate for which U.S. state?
South Carolina has been referred to as “The Iodine State” because of the large percentages of iodine found in the vegetation growing in the state. In the 1930’s, the license plates began to carry slogans such as “The Iodine State” and “The Iodine Products State.” From 1930 to 1933 something with the word “iodine” appeared on the license plate.
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4“The Iodine State” has appeared on the license plate for which U.S. state?
Do I need car insurance to apply for a driver’s license in Texas? If yes, which companies are willing to insure me? Can I get in trouble if someone’s driving a car which is under my name, but doesnt possess my tags or insurance.?
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5“The Iodine State” has appeared on the license plate for which U.S. state?
7th Annual Iodine State Plate Meet. SEVENTH ANNUAL IODINE STATE LICENSE PLATE & AUTOMOBILIA COLLECTIBLES MEET … Left fork on U.S. 1 (1.9 mi) Left on Ball Park (0.7 mi) Building is on the right. From Charleston (2 hr, 10 min) I-26 West to Exit 111A follow U.S. 1 (11.1 mi thru downtown Lexington)
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6“The Iodine State” has appeared on the license plate for which U.S. state?
History Quiz / State License Plate Slogans Random History or United States Quiz Can you name the state by its license plate slogan? by yanks1020 Plays Quiz not verified by Sporcle Rate 5 … Bluegrass State: The Natural State: The Iodine State/ Smiling Faces, Beautiful Places: Green Mountains State:
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7“The Iodine State” has appeared on the license plate for which U.S. state?
South Dakota’s slogan, “Great Faces, Great Places,” surely references the presidential heads of Mount Rushmore. The state’s most famous attraction has appeared on its license plates in some form for decades. On the current version, the landmark looms large on the plate.
https://www.insider.com/every-us-state-license-plate-2018-4

8“The Iodine State” has appeared on the license plate for which U.S. state?
What kind of license plate has only numbers? I am in california and I saw a car with a license plate that had no letters, only numbers? Arizona custom license plates?
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9“The Iodine State” has appeared on the license plate for which U.S. state?
In the United States, the appearance of license plates is frequently chosen to contain symbols, colors, or slogans associated with the issuing jurisdiction, which are the 50 U.S. states, the District of Columbia, the 5 inhabited U.S. territories, and Native American tribes, each of which independently registers motor vehicles.Regular-issue license plates for passenger vehicles typically have 5 …
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_U.S._state_license_plates

10“The Iodine State” has appeared on the license plate for which U.S. state?
U.S. States, State Abbreviations Stupid Facts – Stupid Games – Stupid Jokes – Stupid News – Stupid People – Stupid Pictures – Stupid Stuff – Stupid Cartoons Wrap your plate in this frame
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“The Iodine State” has appeared on the license plate for which U.S. state?