I would rock that "Cat In The Hat" plate on my vehicle. This Thursday Massachusetts Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito will be at the Springfield Museum to announce the new Dr. Seuss specialty license plate, celebrating the legacy of Springfield native Theodor Geisel. Sen. James T. Welch of Springfield said, “Dr. Seuss’s creativity has inspired generations to dream big and his own ingenuity taught millions the joy of learning, we’re lucky to be able to call Dr. Seuss our own here in Springfield and these license plates will be a reminder to all residents of the Commonwealth of the joy and impact his stories and illustrations have made in all of our lives—forever joining the spirit of Seuss and Massachusetts.”
According to boston.cbslocal.com the plates will be $40 each and they have to get at least 750 people to apply for the specialty plate before the Registry of Motor Vehicles produces it. To apply for yours, click here at SpringfieldMuseums.org.