Last Updated 22nd of April, 2010
Can I get my New Jersey license plates reassigned to another vehicle? New Jersey
Transferring Personalized, Vanity, and Regular License PlatesYes, you can reassign NJ license plates to another vehicle, provided you own it (this applies to regular license plates as well as personalized plates and vanity plates). The same name needs to be used on both registrations and the registration code needs to be the same. In other words, you cannot transfer a historic license plate onto a 1998 Honda Element, or car plates onto a motorcycle.
Upon transferring, you will have to notify the MVC by registering the vehicle that received the old license plates. When doing so, provide proof of ownership and car insurance, and have cash or a check or credit card to pay all applicable fees including a $4.50 transfer fee and a prorated weight class registration fee.
If you sell the vehicle and do not transfer the license plates, you must surrender them to the New Jersey MVC.
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