Pearl Harbor Survivor Plate

Eligibility

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.

Fees:

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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