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    Disabled Veteran

    Disabled Veteran Plate

    Michigan is proud to recognize its men and women who served in the U.S. military. Residents with a total or permanently total disability rating and an honorable discharge from the military are entitled to one Disabled Veteran plate for use on a private passenger vehicle. Spouses are not eligible.

    The plate is available in the standard or Spectacular Peninsulas design. The fee for the standard design is $5. The Spectacular Peninsulas design is $10. You may also personalize the plate for an additional charge. Only one plate can be issued per veteran.

    Disabled Veteran plates can only be used on passenger cars, pickup trucks or vans. Motorcycles, motor homes, trailers and vehicles used commercially are not eligible.

    Veterans interested in obtaining a Disabled Veteran plate may apply at their local Secretary of State office by submitting a completed Application for Veteran License Plate.

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