Specialty plates typically cost $25 annually. File photo
The Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division has released specialty license plates commemorating Luke Air Force Base, the Arizona Science Center and the Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction.
Proceeds from the Luke Air Force Base plate will support Fighter Country Foundation programs and services. The Science Center plate will help fund science education programs. Funds from the Barrett-Jackson plate will be used by Barrett-Jackson Charities for the Driven Hearts program for the American Heart Association.
In addition to these new releases, motorcycles owners are now able to purchase two current specialty plates: Route 66 and First Responder.
Specialty plates were established by state law in 1989. Legislative approval is required to create a plate. They typically cost $25 annually. Of that, $17 goes to the organization being supported. In the most recent fiscal year, sales of the plates generated nearly $10 million for charitable causes statewide.
These three plate options are now available at ServiceArizona.com.