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May
13

Special License Plates

Amateur Radio Call Letters

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These plates are issued, upon request, to holders of Federal Communication Commission (FCC) amateur radio station licenses. For more information about Amateur Radio plates, an application, and fees, follow this link. The alpha-numeric series reflects the call letters assigned by the FCC. Currently, the call letters are centered on the plate and contain no spaces.

Statutory Authority: Vehicle Code (VC) §5005 and Revenue and Taxation Code (RT) §§10751, 10752


Antique Motorcycle

antique motorcycle license plate

This special plate is issued, upon request, for motorcycles manufactured in 1942 or before. To obtain one of these plates you must complete a Special License Plate Application (REG 17A) and submit it to a DMV field office. For faster service make an online Appointment(s) before you visit the DMV.

Statutory Authority: VC §5004.5


Bicentennial Bill of Rights

bicentennial bill of rights license plate

License plates commemorating the bicentennial of the Bill of Rights were issued from July 1, 1990 through December 31, 1991. Replacement plates are no longer available.

Statutory Authority: VC §5101.9


Citizens Band

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citizens band radio license plate

These plates were issued, upon request, to holders of FCC citizens band radio licenses until 1983. DMV continues to issue replacement plates for current holders upon request. The alpha-numeric series reflects the call letters assigned by the FCC. The letter K is followed by a two or three letter, four number configuration.

Statutory Authority: VC §§5020, 5021


Disabled Person/Veteran License Plates

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These license plates are issued, upon request, to disabled persons as defined in VC §295.5, and to disabled veterans as defined in VC §295.7. These plates allow certain parking privileges. DP and DV plates without the International Symbol of Access (wheelchair symbol) became invalid July 1, 1995. More information and an application for Disabled Person/Veteran License Plates.

Statutory Authority: VC §§295.5, 295.7, 5007, 9410, 22511.5


Environmental (Personalized) License Plates

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enviornmental (personalized) license plate

Environmental license plates (ELP) or personalized plates are issued, upon request, for passenger and commercial vehicles, trailers, and motorcycles. For more information or to order personalized plates, follow this link.

Statutory Authority: VC §§5102, 5106, 5108, 9250.1, 9400 and RT §§10751, 10752


Exempt

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Vehicles owned or leased by the U.S. Government, state agencies, cities and counties, or special districts. DMV will no longer issue diamond and octagon designations when current supplies are exhausted, although both will remain valid. Exempt state plates are placed on vehicles owned or leased by the state. The alpha-numeric series on the diamond exempt plate may contain up to six numeric digits.

Statutory Authority: VC §§9101, 9103 and RT §10781


Foreign Organization

foreign organization license plate

These plates are issued, upon request, to automobiles owned by designated employees of foreign organizations recognized by the United States, per the Taiwan Relations Act. To apply for these plates visit your local DMV. These plates are issued sequentially to automobiles only and cannot be transferred between vehicles. For faster service make an online Appointment before you visit the DMV.

Statutory Authority: VC §5006.5


Historical Vehicles

historical vehicles license plate

These special plates are issued, upon request, for motor vehicles manufactured after 1922 which are at least 25 years old and of historic

May
10

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Apr
15

Commercial Driver’s License Program | FMCSA


Overview

Driving a Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) requires a higher level of knowledge, experience, skills, and physical abilities than that required to drive a non-commercial vehicle. In order to obtain a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL), an applicant must pass both skills and knowledge testing geared to these higher standards. Additionally CDL holders are held to a higher standard when operating any type of motor vehicle on public roads. Serious traffic violations committed by a CDL holder can affect their ability to maintain their CDL certification.

Licensing

Driving a commercial motor vehicle is a big responsibility. It requires special skills and knowledge. Most drivers must obtain a commercial driver’s license (CDL) through their home State (it is illegal to have a license from more than one State). In addition, special endorsements may be required if you or your company drivers will be driving any of the following vehicles:

  • a truck with double or triple trailers
  • a truck with a tank
  • a truck carrying hazardous materials
  • a passenger vehicle

Contact your State licensing bureau (e.g., Department of Motor Vehicles) for details.

Highlights

What’s New?

Any summary, description, or paraphrase of a regulatory requirement on this site is intended to provide general guidance only.  Please consult the text of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations for a full account of the applicable requirements.

Reminder

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FMCSA does not issue Commercial Driver’s Licenses (CDLs). State governments are responsible for issuing CDLs.

Last updated: Wednesday, December 18, 2019

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Mar
31

Free VIN Decoder | Vehicle Information, License Plate Number, Recall Info

Our Free VIN Decoder will allow you to lookup any VIN number on any vehicle in the United States. A VIN Number is a Vehicle Identification Number. It is the identifying code for a specific vehicle. This can be a car, truck, van, SUV, motorcycle, RV and more. Every vehicle that was manufactured in the United States has a VIN number stamped on it in multiple places on the vehicle. The most noticeable location you can find a VIN number is on the dash board. You might also find it on the frame of the vehicle, on the engine block or on the body stamped on the door. With all modern cars, manufactured in the last 20 years, the VIN number is a 17 digit alpha-numeric code. It will be in all capital letters and typically stamped on a piece of metal. All you need to do is find that VIN Number and enter it into our Free VIN Decoder and we’ll show you everything you ever wanted to know about your vehicle.

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What you will find using our Free VIN Decoder is a multitude of vehicle information. Since the VIN number is applied by the manufacturer it will include details such as; Year, Make & Model, Engine & Body Type, Interior & Exterior Options, Fuel Type, Suspension& Braking Information, Electronics & Power Options, Airbag & Safety Information and dozens more. Additionally with the Free VIN Decoder you can find the License Plate Number & potentially owner information if you sign up for our premium services. There you can search unlimited license plate numbers and VIN numbers. You can access all this information and more from any device that has internet access. All searches are anonymous and confidential and no one will ever know you’re looking up their VIN Number or information.

With this VIN Decoder you can find all the pertinent information about your vehicle as well as
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Another helpful feature of the VIN Decoder is you don’t need to know the make and model of the
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VIN Information is public record so anyone with an internet connection and a computer, tablet or
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