The release of the latest batch of five-digit license plates from the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will take place on Oct. 1.
In order to receive a plate, customers will need to purchase from the DMV location they are visiting. Plate numbers can not be reserved in advance and the promotion will run only as long as supplies last of the low number plates.
Important details to now if you purchase a plate:
- In order to take advantage of the promotion, customers will be giving up the current license plate number registered to their vehicle.
- Customers must pay applicable transfer fees in addition to the purchase cost of the reproduction plate, currently $110 for either a stainless steel or porcelain plate.
- Customers having title to their vehicles should bring their driver’s license, vehicle title, vehicle mileage, and insurance information in order to complete the plate change process.
- Customers needing to obtain their title from their lien holder will need to go to the nearest DMV office and put a five-digit plate on hold. They must obtain a MV35 form from DMV and send it to their lien holder to obtain the title. The title will be mailed to DMV, who will contact the customer when it arrives. At that time, the five-digit plate can be put on the vehicle and a reproduction plate can be ordered.
- No telephone or email requests will be taken. All transactions must be completed in person at any of the DMV office locations.
For more information: (302) 744-2503.