BMV's excise tax refund will affect all Indiana counties, but only three percent of motorists.
The city of Franklin appears to be following Columbus' lead in finding more money to pay for equipment.
The plate will start appearing on cars at the end of the year to celebrate Indiana's bicentennial.
Thieves took the catalytic converters from the vehicles over the Labor Day weekend, putting two Hoosier Hills Food Bank trucks out of commission.
Governor Mitch Daniels stopped at a plant he says has become a gem of the entire Indiana economy.
Two competing ordinances could change the rules for driving a golf cart in Franklin.
The plan calls for more domestic oil production, increased fuel efficiency in vehicles, and incentives for energy performance in buildings.
The storms destroyed dozens of homes and buildings. Thousands of South-Central Indiana residents are without power.
Developers say the car will go 95 MPH, and it will drive 80 miles on a single charge.
Marc Lotter, spokesman for Mayor Greg Ballard says police patrols, snowplow drivers and pothole crews will not be cut back because of expensive gas prices.