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You may only register your vehicle if you have an Oregon title in your name.
Two plates are issued to all other vehicles. One plate is for the foremost point of the front of the vehicle and the other is for the rearmost point of the back of the vehicle.
Click on a plate for fees and other information.
Passenger vehicles may have any plate design below; the fees are higher for some plate designs. The standard Oregon plate is the first plate listed below, the "Tree" plate.
Custom plate background options for your passenger vehicle:
Custom plate background option for your motorcycle or moped:
Custom plate background option for your motor home, travel trailer or camper:
Custom plates are $50 per year, in addition to all other fees. These fees go to Oregon passenger rail programs.
How to Apply
Submit a Custom Plate Application with all other title and registration requirements. If your request is approved, it will take 8-10 weeks to get your custom plates in the mail. If you apply at a field office, you may get a temporary permit to drive your vehicle until your plates arrive.
Keeping Your Configuration
If you do not renew your custom plate within 30 days after it expires, your configuration could be requested by someone else.
Depending on the type of vehicle you have, it may qualify for more than one type of plate. You will need to determine which plate type is right for your vehicle based on the plate requirements.
Click on a plate to find out plate requirements and get fee information.
Public bodies, non-profit organizations, institutes of higher education, and veteran groups can apply to create a new Oregon license plate.
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