How do I obtain motorcycle license plates in Pennsylvania? Pennsylvania

Obtaining PA Motorcycle License Plates

Typically, you’ll get your motorcycle license plate during the motorcycle registration process. However, Pennsylvania’s Bureau of Motor Vehicles issues motorcycle license plates to motorcycle dealers.
 
If you purchase a new or used motorcycle from a licensed automobile dealer in Pennsylvania (PA), the dealer will direct you to complete Form MV-1 when you purchase the motorcycle. It is the dealer’s responsibility to submit the completed and signed form to the PA Bureau of Motor Vehicles so that the license plate will be registered in your name.

Obtaining a Replacement Motorcycle License Plate

If you misplace your license plate and need to get a replacement plate so that you can resume your motorcycle riding, you must:

  1. Complete PA motor vehicles Form MV-44.
  2. Check the second option listed on the form “Replacement of registration plate.”
  3. Provide your name, mailing address, and birth date.
  4. Include your motorcycle’s title and registration plate numbers.
  5. Fill in your motorcycle’s vehicle identification number (VIN).
The fee for replacement license plates for motorcycles is $4.50. Submit payment online using a credit card at the same time that you submit your completed form. If you mail your Form MV-44 into PennDOT, include a check, written out to “Commonwealth of Pennsylvania” with your signed form.

To keep your motorcycle riding legal, be sure to replace your license plate as soon as possible.

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