||Nevada supports this ballot as we already serialize our decals. That said, what does this ballot really accomplish? It will require costly changes for system programming and a new field in the clearinghouse.
Decals and copies of licenses in the cab are little more than a false sense of security for law enforcement and have been for years. A decal (serialized or not) on the cab of the truck does not ensure that vehicle is being reported for IFTA. The license is only a piece of paper that states the "company" the vehicle belongs to licensed for IFTA. It doesn't mean the returns were received, all the vehicles were reported on the return, or the information on the return is even accurate. Only real time information which may also be available through ASPEN, NLETS, SAFER, PRISM, CVIEW, etc., will tell you if the company is still active and in good standing with IFTA.
Perhaps rather than trying to fit the electronic credentials into a box that is rapidly becoming obsolete, it is time to think outside the box and find long term solutions that will fit the changing transportation industry, i.e. in 2035 when driversless vehicles are the norm. It's time to consider piloting a few states to go totally electronic, no paper license and no decals, or perhaps build an app through IFTA that will provide realtime status of the company for roadside enforcement to view if it provides greater value to the officer coming directly from IFTA.