Safety or Service Organizations may request the creation of a new plate per 23 V.S.A. § 304.
"Safety organizations" are groups that provide police and fire protection, rescue squads, the Vermont National Guard, organizations required to respond to public emergencies, and amateur radio operators licensed by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission. To qualify for a special organization plate, safety organizations must have at least 100 in-state members in good standing.
Act 71, which become law on July 1, 2017, removed any end date from the law that authorizes certain motor vehicles registered in Vermont to display Vermont Strong plates that cover a regular front license plate. See Law Enforcement Bulletin here.
No, you may gift your personally owned vehicle to anyone you choose, but the plates belong to you and not to the vehicle. The new owner must apply for new plates and registration under their name.
Used only for the transportation of agricultural products produced on, and material to be used in connection with the operation of, a farm or farms owned, operated, or occupied by the registrant.
Vehicles with such plates attached are restricted to use as an exhibit at club activities, parades, and other functions of public interest. Vehicles must be 25 years old or older.
Exhibition plates can be issued to any motor vehicle which the applicant indicates is going to be maintained solely for use as an exhibit at club activities, parades and other functions of public interest, which could include fairs, shows and roundups.