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What to Do About Lost or Damaged License Plates

by Alicia Sparks on

Simply put, you can’t legally drive a vehicle without tags. You must replace lost or damaged license plates as soon as possible. Of course, replacing them is a process like any other DMV transaction, riddled with state and situation variations. Complete a Replacement License Plate Application Most states require an in-person visit; some allow drivers […]

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Ordering Antique License Plates by Melissa Crumish on

Roll-up windows do not automatically qualify your vehicle for antique plates, or what some states also refer to as vintage plates, collector plates, classic vehicle plates, and historical plates. Before applying, check with your Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Each state governs differently, but in general, you’ll find the vehicle must be a certain age, […]

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Qualifications for Disability License Plates and Placards by Nadia Ibanez on

Whether you are the caregiver of a handicapped relative, spouse, or loved one, or need a disability placard or license plate for your own personal use, there are a few things to keep in mind when it comes to the application process. Disabled License Plates Vs. Placards First, let’s clear up the difference between plates […]

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Ordering Vanity and Specialty Plates by Josh Tyson on

Like it or not, you car becomes an extension of your personality. Many people even judge you based on the car you drive! If you are still rolling in the same Dodge Omni you bought in 1987, you might want to offset the, uh, understated antiquity of your whip with a sophisticated license plate. Maybe […]

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Surrendering License Plates: When to Hand Over Your Tags by Melissa Crumish on

When to Surrender Your License Plates Depending on the laws of your state, there are several scenarios that mandate surrendering your vehicle’s license plates or tags: Relocation to a new state. Transferring vehicle ownership. No longer carrying auto insurance. New license plate design. Placing the vehicle in storage or taking it off the road for […]

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