Disabled Veteran plate
|Who is eligible||Seriously disabled veterans who have been provided with an automobile or other vehicle by the United States government under the provisions of § 1901 – 1903, Title. 38 of the United States Code, 38 U.S.C. § 1901 et seq. (1970).|
|Numbered plate fee||Exempt from the payment of the registration fee for one vehicle provided by the United States government under the provisions of § 1901 – 1903, Title. 38 of the United States Code, 38 U.S.C. § 1901 et seq. (1970)|
|Personalized or special plate fee||A disabled veteran may obtain a set of nonmilitary special registration plates or personalized plates by paying the additional fees associated with those plates.|
|United States Armed Forces Plates||A disabled veteran who applies for any type of special registration plates associated with service in the United States armed forces shall be issued one set of the special registration plates at no charge and subject to no annual registration fee if the owner is eligible.|
|How to apply||You must submit a certification from the Veterans Administration that the motor vehicle has been provided to you by the United States government under the provisions of Sections 1901 to 1903, Title 38 of the United States Code. The certification shall be submitted to the county treasurer's office in the veteran's county of residence when the motor vehicle is first registered.
Your plates will be sent to your county treasurer's office and staff will notify you when your plates are ready. Plates must be assigned to a vehicle within 90 days or the plates will be voided and no refund issued. Your current plates must be exchanged for your new plates.