By: KDKA-TV News Staff

COLUMBUS, Ohio (KDKA) — The state of Ohio unveiled a new standard license plate on Twitter, but the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles apparently got the design wrong.

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The banner seen on the plate is trailing from the wrong end of the airplane.

(Photo Credit: Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles/Twitter)

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The license plate honors Orville and Wilbur Wright, who are credited with the first flight in a manned aircraft.

The department sent out a tweet acknowledging the mistake.

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The corrected Ohio plate will be available to drivers there starting December 29.