Department of Revenue Automatically Extending 2019 Filing Deadline
The Georgia Department of Revenue is automatically extending the 2019 income tax filing and payment deadline to July 15, 2020. Vehicle registrations that expire between March 16, 2020 and May 14, 2020 are being extended through May 15, 2020.
Specialty License Plate Sponsors
A sponsor who is interested in a Specialty license plate to commemorate an Association, Group, Institution, or Organization, should review the following information before proceeding with the Specialty license plate process.
Types of Specialty License Plates
Non-revenue sharing license plates are available for sponsors who are ineligible for revenue sharing (i.e., have not had a bill passed authorizing revenue share).
Revenue sharing license plates are available for sponsors who have a legislative bill passed. Revenue from the registration and renewal of this type of Specialty plate can be shared with a valid non-profit organization who sponsors the plate.
If you are interested in applying for a revenue sharing license plate, contact a Representative or Senator of the Georgia General Assembly to request a bill be introduced on behalf of your organization to qualify for a revenue sharing Specialty plate.
Obtain Specialty License Plate Approval
- Mail a letter of intent to the Motor Vehicle Division.
- Submit required forms, legal documents and agreements.
- Receive a letter of approval from the Department.
- Obtain electronic proof and plate samples.
- Submit 1,000 applications and along with the manufacturing fee for each application within two years of the date of approval from the Department.
- Obtain legislative approval (Revenue sharing plates only).
- Receive notification and instructions on how to pick up the license plate.
Mail the above documents to:
DOR/Motor Vehicle Division
Attn: Sponsor Plate Coordinator
P. O. Box 740381
Atlanta, Georgia 30374-0381