This article is from the California Driving (and Surviving) FAQ, by "George J Wu" firstname.lastname@example.org with numerous contributions by others.
from email@example.com (David Lee) on 11 Jan 94
Licence plates are now available that benefit Yosemite National Park.
These licence plates are issued by the State of California and help to
improve the park by funding specific projects through the Yosemite Fund.
The plates are primarily light blue in color and show the panorama from
Tunnel View. The word "California" at the top is a cursive script in red
and the words "Yosemite National Park" are in a sans serif font across
You can go down to your local DMV office and convert your licence plates
over by applying and plunking down $41. This fee is both a DMV
administrative fee to convert your plates and an $18 contribution to the
Fund. You'll then be sent your new plates either with the new number
series (1UAx xxx) or a conversion of your existing vanity plates.
When your car comes up for renewal again, you'll be paying an extra
$25 each time that will be going to the Yosemite Fund.