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Subject 560-10-24 FREE NATIONAL GUARD LICENSE PLATE

Rule 560-10-24-.01 Free National Guard License Plate

(1) The Adjutant General of Georgia shall furnish the Commissioner of Revenue each year, prior to the date that license plates are issued, an alphabetical list of all members of the Georgia National Guard who are entitled to the issuance of a National Guard License Plate as provided for by Georgia Laws 1973, pp. 457, 458.
(2) National Guard License Plates shall have the same life cycle and annual renewal deadline as do regular passenger car license plates.
(3) Applications for National Guard License Plates must be submitted to the county tax commissioner or tax collector in the county of the applicant's residence along with the certification from the applicant's commanding officer that he is a member of the commanding officer's Georgia National Guard Unit.
(4) National Guard License Plates may be used only on a passenger car, trailer, station wagon, van type vehicle of three-quarter tons or less or truck not exceeding 14,000 pounds owner's declared gross vehicle weight used for personal transportation.
(5) If a member of the National Guard so desires, he may, after being issued his one free National Guard License Plate, purchase additional license plates of the same type by paying the license plate fees set by law for the types of vehicles to which the additional National Guard License Plates will be assigned.
(6) When a National Guard member transfers the ownership of a vehicle bearing a National Guard License Plate, he shall remove said plate from the vehicle being transferred and, subject to the Guardsman's right to transfer the removed plate to a vehicle which he may subsequently acquire, the authority to use said plate shall be cancelled. The transfer of the removed plate to another vehicle which the Guardsman has acquired may be accomplished by the submission of a new application supported by the owner's certificate of registration and Form MV-99.