A new plate-ordering service has opened in Oklahoma, allowing diners to order their plates with their own name and likeness.
In a video posted on Facebook by the Oklahoma State Parks, diners can enter a password to unlock a QR code that unlocks a custom plate that is personalized with a personalized plate number and serial number.
According to the Oklahoma Parks and Wildlife Department, diner can select the personalized plate and order it using their phone number.
If diners do not want a personalized license plate for the week, dinners can order one for $2.50.
The plate, which is printed on a glossy white background, can be ordered at the same time as the diners name and photo.
The plates can be customized and are available in either silver or gold.
Diners can order up to four plates at a time.