PHOENIX — Arizonans once again were not shy in purchasing and showing off their favorite specialty license plates.

During the past fiscal year that ended June 30, three specialty license plates topped more than $1 million in revenue.

In total, more than $10.7 million in revenue was generated for charities throughout the state.

Most specialty plates cost $25 per year, with $17 going to support the nonprofit sponsoring the plate.

There are more than 60 specialty plates to choose from in Arizona, with more set to be added later this year.

Plates can be viewed and ordered online.

Click through the gallery above to see the top 10 most popular specialty license plates in Arizona for the most recent fiscal year.