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Standard Arizona License Plate

1 Plate Issued (2 if personalized)

No fee required. No special requirements. Available to everyone. May be personalized with maximum of 7 characters. May be ordered online.

Also available with a disability symbol.

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Standard Arizona Disability Plate

1 Plate Issued

Plates are assigned to, and may only be displayed on, a specific vehicle registered or leased in the disabled applicant’s name.

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If leased, but not registered in the applicant’s name, a document showing the disabled applicant as a lessee is required. A disability plate may be transferred to another qualifying vehicle by visiting the nearest MVD or Authorized Third Party Office.

For parking in reserved parking spaces marked with the International Symbol of Access. No fee is required to add a disability symbol to selected plates where indicated (other special plate fees still apply.

Parking spaces marked with this symbol are only for use by a vehicle displaying a valid disability plate or placard, and only when transporting the person who was issued the plate or placard.

Must complete application form #96-0104 signed by a physician or hospital administrator.

Applicant must have one or more of the following conditions: unable to walk 200 feet without stopping to rest; unable to walk without assistance from another person or from a brace, cane, crutch, wheelchair or other prosthetic or assistive device; lung disease with forced respiratory, expiratory volume for one second, if measured by spirometry, is less than one liter, or the arterial oxygen tension is less than 60 mm/hg on room air at rest; uses portable oxygen; cardiac condition with Class 3 or 4 functional limitations as by American Heart Association standards; or severely limited in ability to walk due to an arthritic, neurological or orthopedic condition.

Also available to organizations for vehicles primarily used to transport physically disabled persons.

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Alternative Fuel Specialty Plate

1 Plate Issued

$8.00 initial application fee/ no annual renewal fee. Must be powered exclusively by liquefied petroleum gas(LPG, propane), natural gas(CNG/LNG), a blend of 70% alternative fuel and 30% petroleum-based fuel, hydrogen, solar, or electric (excluding golf carts). May be personalized with a maximum of 7 characters.

Also available with a disability symbol.

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Amateur Radio License Plate

1 Plate Issued

$25 initial application fee/ $25 annual renewal. Applicant must have a valid amateur operator license from the Federal Communications Commission. The plate number is the FCC assigned call sign.

$17 dollars of the fee goes to a special fund for college scholarships, youth programs, and emergency response communications.

Special Plate Application (form #96-0143) is required.

Also available with a disability symbol.

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Arizona Agriculture License Plate

1 Plate Issued  

$25 initial application fee/ $25 annual renewal. No special requirements. Available to everyone.

$17 goes to the Arizona FFA which provides premier leadership, personal growth and career success opportunities for students enrolled in Agricultural Education programs in Arizona. May be ordered online. May be personalized with maximum of 7 characters.

Also available with a disability symbol.

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Express yourself and support your favorite organization with personalized and specialty plates. Browse and make your selection, then order online for convenient and efficient service. Effective August 3, 2018, one plate will be issued for each specialty and personalized plate order. Fees shown for each plate are in addition to regular registration fees.

More on specialty plate law and fund disbursement

Specialty plates are created by the Arizona legislature. The Arizona Department of Transportation administers the program and disburses the funds generated by sales of the plates as directed by state law. Those monies come directly from customer sales and are not funded by taxpayer dollars.

Consumers may wish to contact fund recipients for more details. The law governing specialty plates can be found in Arizona Revised Statutes §28-2401 – §28-2488.