Horse drawn buggies and wagons don't have license plates in Pennsylvania, but that may change soon.
Pennsylvania law does not require the amish to purchase or display license plates. A house bill introduced last month suggests for that to change. If passed, the new law would require any horse-drawn vehicle that travels public roadways in Pennsylvania to display a plate.
It would cost $36 to register.
The funds collected would be used to improve the roadways from the wear and tear from the steel wheels used on these horse-drawn buggies.
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