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MEMO 2020-002 New/Redesigned License Plates for Issuance Beginning May 1, 2020

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Posted: April 10, 2020

MEMORANDUM 2020-002
TO: License Plate Issuing Officials
SUBJECT: New/Redesigned License Plates for Issuance Beginning May 1, 2020

Beginning May 1, 2020, there will be a new distinctive license plate for Wallace State Community College. Please know that only Cullman County will receive a shipment of these plates since this is the location of the community college that submitted the plate application. Please note personalized and pre-numbered plates may be ordered on the Plate Reservation and Ordering System (PROS) and additional bulk orders for pre-numbered plates may be ordered using the Alabama Inventory Management System (AIMS) beginning May 1, 2020.

The Hope for Kids with Diabetes, Don’t Tread on Me, Freshwater Fishing, Oakwood University, and the Alabama Space Tag (formerly named Save the Saturn V) plates have been redesigned and will be available for issuance beginning May 1, 2020. A shipment of plates will be ordered based on the number of current registrations in each county. Please note personalized and pre-numbered plates may be ordered on the Plate Reservation and Ordering System (PROS), and any additional bulk orders needed may be placed using the Alabama Inventory Management System (AIMS) beginning May 1, 2020. At that time, please remember to remove all license plates with the old design from your shelves and retain them for audit purposes.

The tag numbering schemes for the license plates may be found on the Motor Vehicle Division website at https://revenue.alabama.gov/motor-vehicle/ under “Reference & Statistics” then “Registration File Information.”

If you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact the Motor Vehicle Division at 334-242-9000.

Click here to download a PDF version of this memo.

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