Arizonans with vehicles can now support three new causes with their license plates.
The Arizona Department of Transportation unveiled three new license plates Friday, supporting Luke Air Force Base, the Arizona Science Center and the Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction.
According to a release from ADOT, the Luke AFB plate will support the Fighter Country Foundation, which is focused on "morale and well-being, culture, tradition and mission sustainability at the base."
Tha Arizona Science Center plate will support science education programs, while the Barrett-Jackson plate will go to the auto show's charities to support the American Heart Association.
Specialty plates cost $25 each year, $17 of which is sent to the organization supported by the plate.
Two current specialty plates are also now available for use on motorcycles, too: Route 66 and First Responder.
In the last fiscal year, specialty plates sales generated nearly $10 million for charitable causes in Arizona, the release said.