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Friday, February 9, 2018

A specialty plate for your sweetheart

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By Caroline Carpenter / ADOT Communications

Ever think of ADOT as a one-stop shop for Valentine’s Day? You might now.

Last year we told you where to go to celebrate love in Arizona. This year we’re giving you a one-of-a-kind gift idea for your sweetheart.

A specialty license plate is a unique gift and if you get it personalized, it’s a gift that can’t be duplicated. It’s also the gift that keeps on giving. Each year $17 of the specialty plate fee will be directed to the charitable cause or service the plate represents.

Anyone can purchase a plate for someone else, but you do need a little information. If you have the last two digits of the vehicle identification number, the customer’s name and address, and the number of the plate being replaced, you can place an order. Most plates can be ordered online at ServiceArizona.com. The plate will then be mailed to the recipient.

With more than 40 different specialty plates, you can probably find a plate that will make your Valentine swoon.
Posted by Caroline Carpenter   |  Labels:  license-plate, MVD, specialty-plate, Valentine's-Day


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