The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles offers a wide variety of license plates designs many of which that can be personalized. Choose a category in the chart below to find the plate that suits you. Need to see a list view of all available license plates? View all license plates in a list view instead.
What are the Special Group Recognition Plate Fees for?
When you purchase or renew any Indiana license plate, you will pay registration fees and taxes determined by the year and make of your vehicle, and your county and municipality of residence. If you purchase or renew a Special Group Recognition license plate (found under the College & University and the Organization tabs), you may pay a group license plate fee that is distributed back to the sponsoring organization and a supplemental fee. The group fee is sent to the organization who determines what the funds are used for. Customers may contact the organization with questions regarding these funds.
Most license plates are available to renew online. Vehicles requiring additional forms upon renewal cannot be renewed online.
Indiana's Standard and Distinctive License Plates
The cost of this license plate is in addition to vehicle registration fees and taxes.
|Personalization Fee||This plate may be personalized for an additional $45.|
|*Group fees are distributed back to the sponsoring organization, who determines what the funds will be used for. Please contact the organization with questions regarding these funds.|
Eligible Vehicle Types:
Motorcycles (must display a license plate in a visible location on the rear of the motorcycle)
Passenger motor vehicles
Recreational vehicles (RV)
Trucks with a declared gross weight of not more than 11,000 pounds
Low digit plates (1-100) require authorization from the sponsoring organization.
This plate can be ordered through myBMV.com, at a branch, and other customer service locations. You will receive the plate in the mail within 21 business days.
License Plate Stickers and Frames
Your plate should have stickers showing the day, month, and year of your next registration renewal, and the county in which your vehicle is registered. Indiana law prohibits license plate frames or covers that obscure stickers, text, or numbers on your plate.