Volunteer Firefighter plates
To get Volunteer Firefighter plates, you must:
- Be the registered owner of a vehicle, trailer, or motorcycle in Washington.
- Be a volunteer firefighter:
- Currently serving for at least 1 year.
- Previously having served for at least 10 years.
How to apply
- Provide documentation that you serve as a volunteer firefighter by:
- Complete a Special License Plate Application.
- Contact a vehicle licensing office to find out how much your plates will cost, including all licensing and service fees.
- Submit your completed application, documentation from your fire district, and fees:
If you want to personalize your plates
You may get personalized plates with a Volunteer Firefighter background design for an additional $52. For details and how to apply, see Personalized plates with a special background design.
Remember to update your Good To Go! account
If you have a Good To Go! electronic tolling pass, be sure to update the license plate number and contact information on your account if you get a new special plate. You can update your account with the Department of Transportation:
How to renew
You can renew your Volunteer Firefighter plates:
- At a vehicle licensing office. (An additional service fee may apply.)
- By mail by following the instructions on your vehicle renewal notice.
To get original plates:
- Cars and trucks: $67.75
- Motorcycles: $49.75
- Trailers: $55.75
$30 special plate fee plus your tab renewal fees (Tab renewal fees vary by location and type of vehicle.)