A small part of Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell's efforts to raise transportation funds could allow businesses with large vehicle fleets to print their logos on license plates.

The Washington Business Journal reports that Del. Bob Brink, D-Arlington, introduced the bill on behalf of the governor. McDonnell has a series of proposals aimed at generating $4 billion in transportation funding for the next three years.

The fee for imprinting the logo would cost $4,000 to $4,500, depending on the size of a business' fleet.

The Virginia House of Delegate transportation committee is also considering other special license plates, such as one commerating the War of 1812 and the phrase Don't Tread on Me.