WALL TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) -- NASCAR fans in New Jersey can start their engines and display new license plates of their favorite drivers.
The Motor Vehicle Commission will unveil 12 new plates at Wall Stadium racetrack in Wall Township Wednesday.
One of the plates features New Jersey's own Martin Truex Jr. Truex drove his first modified stock car at Wall Stadium.
His brother, NASCAR Driver Ryan Truex, will join MVC Chief Administrator Raymond Martinez at the stadium.
NASCAR license plates are available for a one-time fee of $60. The plates can be personalized for an additional $50.
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