An iconic license plate design is back to stay this holiday season. And it's a Michigander favorite.\u00a0 The iconic blue Water-Winter Wonderland plate has been requested by motorists and collectors for years, per a press release issued by Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson's office. And it is the plate Michigan used in 1965 when the National Voting Rights Act became law. "In 1965, we worked together as a nation to protect and advance voting rights in pursuit of a more perfect union, just as today we must come together as a nonpartisan, pro-democracy coalition to protect and advance our elections," Benson said in the release. You can take a nostalgic trip down memory lane and celebrate Michigan's four-seasons appeal by purchasing the license plate. While the 1965 Water-Winter Wonderland plate was among the first plates made of galvanized steel, today's Water-Winter Wonderland plate is rust-resistant aluminum, tamper-proof and easily identifiable. Motorists can order the plate for a one-time fee of $5 (in addition to any other registration or fees that may apply). It is available for non-commercial vehicles and is also offered in disability and personalized versions, according to michigan.gov. To purchase a plate by mail or fax, complete and print the Water-Winter Wonderland license plate order form.\u00a0 Check for the availability of a personalized plate using Plate it Your Way. Note: Personalization of the plate is available, though limited to 6 digits due to the font style and size accompanying the vintage reissue.