Plates

Relating to license plates.

Faded Plates

Any Vermont registration plate faded to a point in which its numbers and letters have impaired identification must be replaced.  A problem with the manufacturing process of plates produced between 2003 and 2005 may cause fading.  Accordingly, a provision of law allows for replacement of faded plates at no cost to the owner if the fading is caused by faulty materials or a problem with the manufacturing process.  

Owners of vehicles displaying faded registration plates should use the following procedure;

Low Number Plate

23 September 2016
To convert new registrations or current plates over to a low number plate.

Medical Evaluation Report

23 September 2016
To be completed by a licensed physician when applying for a permanent disabled parking placard, disabled plates, and/or when a medical form is requested by the department to be submitted to the Department of Motor Vehicles.

Conservation Plate

23 September 2016
To convert a new registrations or your current plates to a conservation plate.

Bright Futures Plate

23 September 2016
To convert a new registrations or your current plates over to a Building Bright Futures plate.

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