You can register your vehicle at the Pennsylvania DMV. You'll need to provide your vehicle title, proof of insurance, and payment for your registration fee.
You can apply for a personalized plate online through the Pennsylvania DMV website. After submitting your application, it will be reviewed for approval.
Fees vary depending on the type of license plate. Standard registration fees apply for regular license plates, while personalized and specialty license plates may come with additional costs.
You can perform a license plate look up or search through online services. It allows you to find basic vehicle information such as make, model, year, and more based on a license plate number.
If your license plate is lost or stolen, report it to the local law enforcement and contact the Pennsylvania DMV to request a replacement plate.
Pennsylvania law requires that all vehicles have a license plate displayed on the rear. The plate must be clearly visible and unobstructed. In addition, the registration sticker must be attached to the lower right corner of the plate.