Q: Are there any plates left?
A: Yes! There are plenty of plates statewide.
Q: How much do the plates cost?
A: $35.50, and $18 goes to support the corresponding park (when I purchased my HAVO plate $18 will go to HAVO). There is an annual renewal fee of $25, and $18 is again donated to that park.
Q: Can I get personalized license plates in the specialty design?
A: The plates are pre-numbered, so customizing isn’t an option
Q: I have two vehicles. Can I get one of each?
A: Yes! Visit your local DMV. Visit the Contact page (above) for the location nearest you.
Q: Can I get the specialty plate for my electric vehicle?
A: You can exchange your EV plates for the specialty plates, however, it does not come with the EV designation so you’d have to forego the benefits of having an EV plate.
Q: Can I get the specialty plate for my motorcycle?
A: There is not a motorcycle option at this time.
Q: Can I get a military/veteran plate transferred to a national park plate?
A: You can exchange your military/veteran plates for the specialty plates, however, you can’t have both.
Q: Are the plates tax deductible?
A: Individuals would have to check with their tax accountants, but specialty plates haven’t been tax deductible in the past.
Q: Can I pay with a credit card?
A: No. The DMV accepts cash or check only