In recent years, states started offering “In God We Trust” license plates. Most often, these are optional plates offered at no extra cost.
Indiana inserted a portion of a waving American flag for its first “In God We Trust” plate which was otherwise similar to the 2009 white on blue base; four years later the flag expanded to the entire background, the slogan was moved to the bottom, and other tweaks occurred to make it its own design.
South Carolina has come out with two versions as well, with the second taking the first’s design and modifying it fit a standard base South Carolina uses for certain types of plates.
Arkansas, Kansas, Montana, and South Carolina all developed unique designs for their In God We Trust issues.
Florida inserted “IN GOD WE TRUST” on it’s 2004 base in the place where normally the slogan “THE SUNSHINE STATE” or the county name would be; Georgia has opted for a simple decal placed where the county sticker normally goes.
Arizona’s In God We Trust plate takes a blue sky and makes it radiant; another specialty, which reads “Live the Golden Rule” and benefits the Arizona Interfaith Movement, also uses sun rays, but in a more conventional manner.
Utah has applied the same format to the In God We Trust and specialty plates, differentiating between them by application of a decal left of the serial.
Alabama’s patriotic plate below mixes in religion.