Washington Bill to Allow Collector Car Plates Dies as Legislature Adjourns


Legislation was introduced in the Washington Senate (S.B. 6009) to allow for personalized license plates for collector vehicles. The plates would be available for a one-time fee of fifty-two dollars. In Washington, collector vehicle plates would be available for vehicles that are more than 30 years old, owned and operated as collector vehicles, and not used for general transportation. This bill passed the Senate but failed to receive a final vote on the House floor before the legislature adjourned for the year.   

 

Thank you to those who supported this bill.



 

 

 


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