New Jersey residents may soon have to pay to get their car to jump the tracks at a popular jogging spot.

According to NJ.com, the state’s Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will be issuing a temporary license plate patch that will cost $30 to issue.

The patch will replace the existing license plate stickers and the letters “Jogging” in the middle of the license plate, which will be replaced with a white lettering.

The patches will also have an “I” in place of the word “JOGGING.”

This temporary patch is not a complete replacement for the existing registration plates, and the patch will not replace the registration number on a vehicle, but it is the temporary solution.

The DMV will issue new registrations with the new patch in the near future.NJ.com reported that the patch was not available for purchase and that the patches will be mailed to the registered owner, so owners are encouraged to make the necessary arrangements.

The patch will cost about $20 to purchase and is currently only available in a limited number of locations, including the Jersey Shore.

If you have any questions, you can email the DMV at [email protected] or call (973) 462-1175.

This article was updated to include a statement from the DMV.