New York City has been struggling with an influx of plates, with some users complaining that they were not being given the personalized license plate they were told they would.
A new program will help alleviate some of those frustrations, with the city offering plates that can be personalized to the customer.
Under the new program, customers who pay $99 will get a plate that is designed to be personalized, including the name and number of the vehicle they own.
The plate will be based on the customer’s address, phone number, age and sex, and will have a personalized QR code that the city hopes will encourage customers to take their vehicles to other locations to obtain a new plate.
For those who can’t pay the full $99, they can purchase a standard license plate for $49, and those who have already purchased a license plate can get a free one.
Customers who are not eligible for the program but are willing to pay the $99 or more will receive a personalized license tag with the customer information printed on the tag.
Customs officials say the program is aimed at helping residents who are experiencing issues with the plates they were given, including complaints that they had to change vehicles for multiple plates, and that many of the new plates will also be made available for free to anyone who needs them.
The city will also distribute free plates to businesses, restaurants and government agencies, which will be able to give out free plates, according to a city official.
“We want people to be able come into the city, get their personalized plate and get out of the city,” said Mayor Bill de Blasio, who has made the program a centerpiece of his campaign.
“We’re also doing everything we can to help them get the plates, because the plates cost $199.
It’s a tremendous help for the city and for us.”
The plates are not available to the general public, and they can only be purchased by residents.
Customer complaints are also likely to be addressed by the city’s new automated vehicle-tracking system, which is designed for pedestrians and other drivers, and is being tested at more than 100 locations, including at some public transportation stops.
The city plans to have the system in place at all major intersections by 2020, but has not set a firm date.
The new program is part of a larger push to improve customer experience in the city.
In May, the city announced that it was creating a new smartphone app that will provide information about which plates can be ordered and how to use it, including information on which plates the city believes customers have not been given.
The mayor and city officials have also worked to streamline the process for requesting a personalized or standard plate, a process that can take hours and requires a phone call to the city or a visit to a customer service office.