The coastal license plates currently available for motor vehicles that feature the slogan “Sweet Home Alabama” will be phased out by the years’ end. These coastal plates also had a background scene of a beach which will also be eliminated from the plates effective January 1, 2014.
Anyone who still wants to display the Alabama slogan, “Sweet Home Alabama” has to act quickly while they are still available. After December 31, 2013 the new designed plates will be the only ones offered for cars, trucks trailers and any other motor vehicle that is road worthy.
The new tags or plates will now show a background picture of mountains and a lake. At the bottom of these plates the words “God Bless America” will be printed as well as a small heart that will read “Heart of Dixie”. There will also be a waving American flag positioned behind the tag or license plate numerals and letters.
According to the motor vehicle division in Alabama anyone requesting a plate change or need additional plates for a new vehicle must pay a $23 registration fee, a $1.25 local tag issuing fee as well as the accessed vehicle property taxes to keep all vehicles current.
Drive safely and always keep your tags and registration up-to-date!
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