New law raises plate fees starting July 1, 2022
COVID-19 closures are affecting the production of our license plates, tabs, and decals. This is causing significant delays in our ability to issue them to you.
You may want to consider waiting to apply for a personalized or specialty plate.
If you have a temporary permit expiring soon, you can visit a vehicle licensing office to get a new one.
We don't have a timeline for when production delays will return to normal. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this causes.
The plate must have been restored to it's original design. It can't be a reproduction. The plate must match the year of the vehicle and be for general use.
For example, if you have a:
Before you can use restored plates bring them into a vehicle licensing office so we can make sure they've been correctly restored and are the correct plates for the year of the vehicle.
The restored license plates
Note: These plates are not available for trailers.
Contact a vehicle licensing office to find out the total cost to get these plates.
Visit a vehicle licensing office and bring the following:
If you have a Good To Go! electronic tolling pass, be sure to update the contact information on your account with the Department of Transportation: