TRENTON – License plates for historic vehicles, typically referred to as QQ plates, will now be available for purchase at six agencies statewide, Motor Vehicle Commission Acting Chief Administrator Shawn B. Sheekey announced.
The move to decentralize QQ plate transactions eliminates the need for historic vehicle owners to make a special trip to the MVC’s Trenton Office Complex and provides an alternative to applying by mail.
There are nearly 51,000 historic vehicles registered in New Jersey. Vehicles considered historic are at least 25 years old and are used only for exhibition and educational purposes by the owners. Such purposes may include classic car shows and parades. The license plates, which are sold for $44 per set, feature the QQ designation in the character combination.
Owners seeking to register a historic vehicle may now visit agencies in Eatontown, Manahawkin, North Bergen, Runnemede, Springfield and Wayne. The MVC will also continue to process historic plate requests via mail.
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