Tom Corbett, Governor Barry J. Schoch, P.E., Secretary, Department of Transportation

Special Fund Plates


Special Fund License Plates

The River Otter License Plate
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The River Otter plate became available in February 1999. This is the second Wild Resources Conservation Fund Plate and replaces the Saw-Whet Owl Plate which has been retired. Proceeds from this plate support the management of the Commonwealth's unique flora and fauna. To apply for this registration plate, please complete Form MV-911, "Application for Special Fund License Plate". NOTE: Personalized Wild Resource Conservation Fund registration plates depict the River Otter in an image on the left side of the registration plate.

The River Otter License Plate
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The Pennsylvania Zoological Council License Plate
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The Pennsylvania Zoological Council registration plate was first issued in April 1996. Proceeds from this plate benefit the Pennsylvania Zoological Council's six member zoos: the Philadelphia Zoo, the Pittsburgh Zoo, the Erie Zoo, the Elmwood Park Zoo in Norristown, the National Aviary in Pittsburgh and the Lehigh Valley Zoo. To apply for this registration plate, please complete Form MV-911, "Application for Special Fund License Plate".

The Preserve Our Heritage License Plate
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The Preserve Our Heritage plate became available in December 1998. Fifteen dollars from every "Preserve Our Heritage" plate sold will underwrite the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission's educational and exhibit programs. To apply for this registration plate, please complete Form MV-911, “Application for Special Fund License Plate”.

The Honoring Our Veteran License Plate
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The Honoring Our Veterans plate became available on November 26, 2012. Fifteen dollars from every "Honoring Our Veterans" plate sold will benefit the Veterans Trust Fund. To apply for this registration plate, please complete Form MV-914, “Application for Honoring Our Veterans Registration Plate”.

The Pennsylvania Monument License Plate
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The Pennsylvania Monument registration plate became available on October 30, 2014. Proceeds from this plate go directly to the Veteran Trust Fund and will support the cleaning, repair and restoration of the Pennsylvania monuments by the Gettysburg National Military Park. To apply for this registration plate, please complete Form MV-911, "Application for Special Fund Registration Plate.".

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