Kudos to Bill Kirby for his column "Peaches belong on dinner plates, not Georgia's license plates" (July 19).
It never was a good idea to try to use license plates as mini-billboards. The result has been garish eyesores that require the reader to sit on the hood of a tailgating car to be close enough to read all the clutter. (Have you seen a Florida tag recently?)
Does anyone imagine that adding "Peach State" to our tags brings a single tourist to Georgia? I vote for a distinctive, plain white, uncluttered tag with handsome black or navy blue numbers and letters that shows some class. Let us Georgians lead the way in helping keep America beautiful!