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Subject 560-10-16 LICENSE PLATES AND RENEWAL DECALS

Rule 560-10-16-.01 Annual License Plates

The following license plate classification shall be an annual license plate: P-F through P-K, H-F through H-K, Unlimited buses, Limited Buses, Fifty (50) Mile Buses, Manufacturers and Dealers.

Rule 560-10-16-.02 Permanent Plates

Historical vehicle license plates shall be permanent plates. Governmental license plates issued prior to January 1, 1976 shall expire Midnight, December 31, 1975, and all Governmental vehicles shall be required to be re-registered commencing January 1, 1976 and said plates issued in 1976 shall be five (5) year plates.

Rule 560-10-16-.03 Five (5) Year Plates

The following license plates shall be a five (5) year license plate: Passenger plates issued under Section 92-2902, Subsections (1), (2), (3), (a)(b)(c)(d)(e)(4), (5), (6), (7), (8), (10)(a)(b)(c)(d)(e), (12), (13), (17), disabled veterans, handicapped veterans, national guard, amateur radio, citizens' band radio, special prestige, foreign consuls, commander of patriotic organization, representatives, senators and other special tags shall also be a five (5) year license plate. If a holder of a national guard, amateur radio, citizens' band radio, foreign consul, commander of patriotic organization, representative, or senator license plate is discharged from the national guard, has his FCC radio license revoked or expired, or no longer holds office as foreign consul, commander of patriotic organization, representative or senator, then such plates shall be invalid and the owner must exchange such plates for the proper class of five (5) year license plate. Exchanges of this type are made by the Internal Administration Unit, Atlanta, Georgia.

Rule 560-10-16-.04 Renewal Decals

Effective January 1, 1972, renewal decals shall be issued by the county tax commissioners and tax collectors of that county wherein such vehicle is required to be returned for ad valorem taxation. Said decals will be issued to vehicle owners to whom a five (5) year license plate has been issued. It shall be the responsibility of the vehicle owner to affix the renewal decal to the license plate, in the space provided for such decal, for which such decal was issued. A renewal decal shall not be affixed to a license plate other than the one for which such decal was issued.