You can “make history” with the Arizona Historical Society (AHS) by ordering an AHS specialty license plate for your vehicle. These Arizona Motor Vehicle Division license plates are for the back of your Arizona-registered car, motor home, or non-commercial truck, replacing your current Arizona plate. Any vehicle – be it brand new or decades old – is eligible for this unique plate. (Specialty plates with the disability symbol are available for those who qualify.)
What makes these embossed plates so special? The AHS name and logo (the alchemic symbol for copper) is prominently displayed on the left side of each plate. The lower right side of the plate reads “Let’s Make History.” All of this is on the familiar Arizona license plate with the silhouette of mountains and saguaros running along the bottom of the plate. It is not possible to personalize these plates because they are already manufactured. The plate numbers are consecutive, making it easy to identify who the proud owners of these first historical beauties are.
The initial license plate cost is $29.89 ($25.00 for the plate, and $4.89 for mailing). After that you will only be responsible for your yearly vehicle registration fees, which will include the annual specialty plate cost of $25.00 (paid directly to the Motor Vehicle Division) for each additional year you have the plate. A significant portion ($17.00) of this annual cost is tax-deductible, since it will always be allocated to AHS as funding for our museums and programs. An AHS specialty plate is a great way to visually and financially show your support for the Society.
You don’t have to be an Arizona Historical Society member to own the AHS specialty plate. Why not order one for each of your qualifying vehicles, and suggest them to your Arizona family members, friends, and neighbors as well.
You can order the plate online by visiting the Arizona Motor Vehicle Division’s Service Arizona webpage ServiceArizona.com.
If you prefer to pay by check, the license plate application can be downloaded by clicking here. Once completed, you can mail or bring the form to the Motor Vehicle Division with your payment.
Again, please be aware that a personalized version of this plate is not available.
If you would like us to mail a license plate application to you, or if you have any questions about the license plate program, please contact Arizona Historical Society Statewide Membership Services at (520) 617-1165 or email@example.com.
Visit the Arizona Department of Transportation for more information.