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Pearl Harbor Survivor license plate

Pearl Harbor Survivor plates

Overview

  1. Find out if you qualify.
  2. Plate options
  3. Submit your proof and application.
  4. Update your Good-to-Go! account, if needed.
  5. Renew your plates yearly

1. Find out if you qualify

This plate is available to you, if you're a WA state vehicle owner and have proof (DD214) that you:

  • Were stationed at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 or were offshore 3 miles or less,
  • and
  • Received an honorable discharge or discharge for physical or medical reasons with an honorable record from the US Armed Forces.
  • or
  • Are a surviving spouse or domestic partner of a Pearl Harbor survivor.

2. Plate options

Contact a vehicle licensing office to find out the total cost to get these plates.

  • Pearl Harbor Survivor plates can't be personalized.
  • To get the next available number, continue to step 3. Submit your proof and application.

3. Submit your proof and application

Mail your proof with the Military License Plate Application.

  • Provide proof - a copy of your DD214.
  • If you're a surviving spouse or domestic partner of a Pearl Harbor survivor, provide a copy of the recipient's death certificate and an affidavit that you haven't remarried.
  • Payment for any applicable fees.

4. Update your Good To Go! account

If you have an account, update it with your new plates:

5. Renew your plates yearly

Pearl Harbor Survivor plates must be renewed every year. These plates are only exempt from license plate fees, not tabs.

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