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Missouri Redesigning Motor Vehicle License Plates

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JEFFERSON CITY, MO -

Why are we changing our motor vehicle license plate?
This change is to commemorate Missouri's 200th anniversary of statehood.  State law requires the Department of Revenue to begin a full reissuance of license plates with the new plate design no later than January 1, 2019.  The new design commemorating our bicentennial will replace the current Missouri bluebird license plate.

Who decides on the new plate design?
According to state law (301.125, RSMo), an Advisory Committee is responsible for determining the new plate design.  The committee is made up of the director of the Department of Revenue or his or her designee, the superintendent of the Highway Patrol, the correctional enterprises administrator, the director of the Department of Transportation, the executive director of the State Historical Society of Missouri, and the respective chairpersons of both the Senate and House of Representatives Transportation Committees.

Can I attend any public meetings on the new design?
Yes, there are public meetings scheduled in four locations throughout the state to invite public input on the final design.  The dates and locations of these meeting are below.  All public meetings will start at 6:00 p.m.

Date:    Location:
September 27, 2016

Missouri Department of Transportation
Southwest District 
3025 E Kearney Street
Springfield, MO 65803

October 11, 2016

Missouri Department of Transportation
Kansas City District 
600 NE Colbern Road
Lee's Summit, MO 64086

October 25, 2016

Missouri Department of Transportation
Transportation Management Center
14301 South Outer 40 Road
Town & Country, MO 63017
http://gatewayguide.com/directions.html

November 1, 2016

Three Rivers College - Tinnin Fine Arts Center 
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901
http://trcc.edu/tinnin/tinnincenter.php
 

(Press Release from MO Dept. of Revenue)

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