You may now keep God with you on your car trips, which, considering the skill and attentiveness level of Indiana drivers, is probably a good thing:
Hoosier drivers don't have to pay extra to sport In God We Trust license plates, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Monday.
In a unanimous decision, the three-judge panel upheld the General Assembly's 2006 decision to exempt the newly created plate from the $15 administrative fee Indiana charges on most specialty plates.
The suit was brought by an Allen County resident who had to pay extra fees for his Environmental Trust specialty plate and contended that "In God We Trust" is a "private religious message" that should also be subject to extra fees. That seems like a tricky argument to make, since the message is our national motto and can be found on the money we carry around every day (well, good days). If you haven't been coerced out your Godless ways by now, the license plate probably won't pull you in, either. Another hair the ACLU couldn't split!