Someone stole my license plates sticker, how do I get another one?

This varies according to where you live. But, the two most common acceptable ways to replace your license plate sticker are to visit a local motor vehicle branch or send your request in the mail. You will likely have to complete a replacement form (often available online through your state's motor vehicle agency site), and you may have to pay a small fee.

If your license plate was stolen, you should report this to your local law enforcement department immediately. If you need replacement plates, your motor vehicle division may require you to submit a copy of the police report before releasing the new plates.

Contact your motor vehicle division - or visit its site - to find out how to replace a license plate sticker in your state.

Just don't try to drive around town with a missing plate or sticker; you could be pulled over by law enforcement and issued a ticket with a hefty fine.

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