Vehicle and motorcycle owners in South Carolina will soon be able to obtain a new 250th Year Anniversary Revolutionary War specialty license plate.
Governor Henry McMaster signed the plate into law in the most recent session and the plate will expire in 2033.
The plate design was provided by the South Carolina Revolutionary War Sestercentennial Commission.
“The 250 Commission’s mission is to celebrate and promote South Carolina’s role in the American Revolution. As with the bicentennial plate in 1976, I’m excited our citizens will have an opportunity to use a beautiful license plate to promote our state’s rich history” said Representative Neal Collins. Representative Collins introduced the bill for the license plate in legislation in early 2021, according to DMV officials.
Anyone interested in buying the specialty plate must complete the application for a special license plate (SCDMV Form MV-95) and pay all required fees. The plate is available at SCDMVOnline.com, at any DMV branch office, or by mail.
If requesting the plate by mail, the completed form should be mailed along with a check or money order made out to the SCDMV Specialty Plates Unit, at PO Box 1498, Blythewood, SC 29016-0038.