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'What's that plate?' Neenah Police remind drivers to keep license plates readable

Posted at 11:06 AM, May 25, 2022
and last updated 2022-05-25 12:06:06-04

NEENAH (NBC 26) — Neenah Police posted a reminder on social media Wednesday for drivers to keep their licenses legible.

The Neenah Police Department posted a picture of a car license plate that has been worn down and difficult to read.

Police said the Wisconsin DOT has a form for anyone whose license plate coatings have peeled off, which can be found here.

According to the form, for non-personalized license plates, a new set of license plates will be issued and a new number will be assigned. For fees, it's $2 for single-plate vehicles (e.g. motorcycle/ moped, trailer, and tractor*), $4 for standard dual-plate vehicles (automobile/passenger, truck*, bus*, and motorhome), and $10 for special group plates (e.g. Packers, Military, EMS), and $12 for University of WI group and Celebrate Children plates. Drivers can expect delivery within 1 to 2 weeks.