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East Ender
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If I buy specialty plates (Historical Trust, Friends of the Park, etc.), will I also get charged for the Centennial plates anyway? And when you go for renewal,do you take your plates off immediately, or do they have you go get them after window #1 or 2 or something? Thanks.

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Alana33
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Best to just call them, directly.

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speee1dy
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the head of the agency was on da vybe the other day. they were discussing all of that.

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Alana33
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I don't see why they would charge you for centennial plates if you buy other specialty plates. You can't put both on your car.
However, dis does be de VI, mon so best check it out.
I've got to register my vehicle too so let us know what you discover.
Good luck.

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stxsailor
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I renewed my registration in May and i bought the Historical Society plates at Whim. At the BMV I took my new plates and my old plates to the window, and the put the new numbers on my registration. I paid my normal registration fee plus 5 bucks to have the new plate numbers put on my registration. Pretty simple actually.

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