The Nevada Virginia Range Mustangs Special License Plate is coming soon!
We’ve been waiting patiently in line for our plate to go into design mode since it was originally approved in 2015. Well, that time is finally here! Once design and testing is complete and it goes into production the plate will be available to the public.
We need your help! First, get YOUR plates for your vehicles. Second, tell all your friends, family, acquaintances – anyone you meet!
Read the FAQ’s below to find out more about the plate, how it benefits the Virginia Range wild horses, and how you can get yours.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How can I get one?
Is this a real Virginia Range wild horse?
Is this sample exactly what the plates will look like?
Where is the Virginia Range?
How much do the plates cost?
When you obtain new plates the DMV also charges a Plate Cost Recovery Fee of $3.50 per plate, a Prison Industry fee of 50 cents per plate and a Technology Fee of $1 in addition to any registration fees due.
(*Personalized plates carry additional fees – download the application from the DMV site.)
Do I have to wait for my curent plates to expire to get them?
If you choose to keep the same expiration date, thet will issue your new plates with a new registration slip and decal. No emission inspection or registration renewal is required. A $6 substitute plate fee will apply in addition to the specialty plate fees.
You do have the option of renewing your vehicle registration for a full year if you’d rather do that. You will need to complete an emission inspection if required and if the last test was completed more than 90 days ago. Your expiration date will change if the current expiration date is more than 35 days away. Credit will be given for the unused portion of your current Nevada registration.
How much does the organization receive when I buy the plates?
Where does the money go that the organization receives from the plates?
It's an amazing photo, will there be other products featuring this plate image?
How can I see how the organization is spending the money raised?
One of our big goals is to be as transparent as possible. We want you to feel good about having the plates on your vehicles so we think you should know how the money raised from the sale of the plates is spent.
You can click in the right hand column to see the original application for the plate and the initial proposed budget. The budget will be updated by committee annually.
In addition you can come back to this page for updates and photos of projects funded or follow us on Facebook at Virginia Range Mustangs Special Plate (or @VRMustangsPlate).