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We’re all busy and have a lot of things on our mind. If you’re interested in getting a Moose Plate the next time your registration rolls around, but think you might forget…Just give us your email address and your month of registration and we’ll send you a brief and friendly reminder a few weeks in advance!
No obligation or commitment to buy…Just fill out the short form below to receive your Moose Plates reminder from your friends at the Moose Conservation and Heritage License Plate program!
Choose from Several Kinds of Moose Plates
Standard Issue Moose Plates
Standard Issue Moose Plates have up to five digits, one of which is a “C” (for “Conservation”) or an “H” (for “Heritage”). These plates also have a small vertical “CH” at the beginning of the individual plate number. A Standard Issue Moose Plate costs slightly more than a regular license plate. This additional fee goes directly into the NH Conservation and Heritage License Plate fund.
Vanity Moose Plates
Vanity Moose Plates can have up to six numbers, letters or symbols in any combination that is currently not being used for any New Hampshire license plate and that fulfills New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicle standards. Vanity Moose Plates cost slightly more than a Standard Issue Moose Plate, and have an additional fees for the custom “vanity” numbers/letters.
State Park Moose Plates and State Park Vanity Moose Plates
Additional information about combination State Park Moose Plates and State Park Vanity Moose Plates is available here, or here. State Park Moose Plates have additional fees for State Park admission. Combination plates have additional fees which are determined by the total number of features on the plate.
Moose Plate Fees
Purchasing the Standard Issue Moose Plate* for the first time costs $38. This includes the $8 standard “reflective plate fee” that you would normally pay to purchase license plates, and $30 toward supporting the NH Conservation and Heritage Program.
You will also have to pay the annual vehicle registration fee set by your town or city (this fee varies and is based on your vehicle’s weight and the number of months for which you are registering the vehicle), and the standard state registration fee — just as you would for any vehicle registered in New Hampshire.
Every year that you keep the Moose Conservation License Plate, you will be charged $30 in addition to the annual vehicle registration fee set by your town or city and the standard state registration fee.
As of 2015, costs for Moose Plate combinations are:
Vanity Moose Plates ($40+$38)
State Park Moose Plates ($85+$38)
State Park Vanity Moose Plates ($125+$38).
Several Ways to Purchase a Moose Plate
Visit Your Municipal Office to Purchase a Moose Plate
It’s easy to purchase a Moose Plate. Merely visit your municipal office and request one. You can get a Moose Plate the first time you are registering your vehicle, when you are renewing your registration, or at any time in-between.
Download an Easy-to-Print Gift Card
Do you know someone who’d love to get a Moose Plate as a gift? Check out our convenient, downloadable, Moose Plate Gift Card Options. You can easily print these cards on your desktop printer. Then all you need to do is fold, and enclose a check or cash. The recipient can redeem your gift for a Moose Plate whenever it is convenient for them.
Purchase a Gift Certificate from the DMV
As an alternative to the Gift Card, you can also purchase a Pre-Paid DMV Gift Certificate at any New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles Registration office as well as at some municipal offices. (Please contact your municipal office to determine if gift certificates can be purchased at the local level.)
You can also download a NH Conservation and Heritage License Plate gift certificate form, fill it out, and send your payment to:
New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles
Bureau of Registration
23 Hazen Drive
Concord, NH 03305
The New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles will then send the gift certificate, acknowledging that it’s a gift from you, to the person for whom you made the purchase.