Business Insider/John Rabe Missouri license plates are coming back to life.
The state will begin issuing new personalized license plates for people to put on their vehicles in 2018, the Missouri Department of Transportation announced Tuesday.
The new plates will be issued on a “personalized” basis, meaning that the license plate owner can pick their own personal color and font, as well as a number and a logo.
The plates will cost $30.
They will also have the option to use the same design on a second license plate.
Customers who buy a personalized license plate in 2018 will receive a personalized number, which is different from the one on the vehicle, which can be used to pay fines or renew a driver’s license.
Customer registration is now free.
But the new personalized plates are not limited to just driving.
In addition to personalized license and registration plates, Missouri will also offer “personal” vanity plates, which will be used for vanity purposes only.
Customs and Border Protection will also sell vanity plates for use in its own checkpoints.
The agency will sell the plates in four categories: vanity license plates, personal vanity plates and vanity vanity license plate holders.
Customary plates will come with a $25 registration fee and a $10 fee for an emergency contact number.
Custom license plates will go up for sale to the general public for $25 per plate.
For those who want to add a personal number, $15 will be added to the registration fee for each license plate that includes the personal number.
The department says that customers will also be able to purchase personalized license tags.
The tags are available for $45, but customers can add a custom number to each tag for a $40 fee.
Custom tags will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis, so if you want a new tag for yourself, you will have to wait until the next day.
Custom vanity license tags are also available.
The DMV also announced that license plates that are not personalized can still be sold to a non-profit organization that is registered with the state.
These groups will be able purchase a personalized plate for a one-time fee of $25.
The cost of the personalized license is not included in the registration fees.
However, the DMV says that registration fees do not include the cost of a new sticker, if any.
Custom plates are available at the following locations:Mansfield County, Missouri (5th floor of the State Capitol) from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, with limited hours for the weekend.
St. Louis County, Mo (3rd floor of City Hall) from 10 a.k. to 3 p.y. and 1 p.g.m.-6 p.p.m, Monday through Thursday, with regular hours for weekend.
(10th floor at the state Capitol) and Birmingham, Ala (10 th floor of State House) from 9 a.g.-5 p.o.m.; and St. Louis, Mo.
(1st floor of state capitol) from 8 a.p.-3 p.t.
A license plate can be purchased online for $10.
The first plate will cost about $25, and the second and third plates will range from $10 to $30 apiece.
The Missouri Department is a part of the Department of Revenue, the Department in charge of issuing and collecting license and identification cards in Missouri.