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SEOUL – Vehicle base registration decals might soon become a thing of the past on stateside Army installations, according to an Army news release.

The Army Provost Marshal General has authorized base commanders to eliminate base registration and decals if they view the security measures as redundant, according to the news release.

Vehicles driven on base must continue to be registered in accordance with local laws.

The Army estimates that eliminating decals at all bases would save $256,000 annually.

Eighth Army soldiers will continue to receive bar-coded registration decals that allow servicemembers to drive in South Korea.

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