Pearl Harbor Survivor Plate


Pearl Harbor Survivor plates are issued to veterans who served in Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. A Pearl Harbor Survivor must prove that s/he served in Pearl Harbor on that day.

Pearl Harbor Survivors are eligible for one (1) set of plates.

Pearl Harbor Survivor Plate

Procedure to Obtain Pearl Harbor Survivor Plates:

An Application for Veteran's Plates must be completed. Along with this completed application, you must submit a photocopy of a Pearl Harbor Association membership card and a photocopy of one of the following documents to the Special Plates Department of the RMV:

  • Honorable Discharge, DD-214, Release from Active Duty paperwork

Mail the completed Application for Veterans' Plates and verification listed above to:

Registry of Motor Vehicles
Attn: Special Plates
PO Box 55895
Boston, MA 02205-5895

Once eligibility is verified, customers will receive their veteran license plates and registration via U.S. Mail.


There is no fee for the issuance or the renewal of the Pearl Harbor Survivor plates.

Renewal Cycle:

These plates must be renewed every two (2) years.

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