Hearing Impaired license plate is now Deaf/Hard of Hearing

Contributed Photo/Courtesy ADOT

Also available as a motorcycle plate

Contributed Article/Courtesy ADOT

PHOENIX – Effective Thursday, June 30, the Hearing Impaired plate is rebranded to Deaf / Hard of Hearing and is also now available for motorcycles. 

This change was requested to include motorcycle riders and better reflect the different members of the hearing impaired community. 

The new Deaf / Hard of Hearing plate will be available in a motorcycle format. Personalization will also be available for $25 annually. The maximum number of characters is seven for standard plates and six for motorcycle plates. Customers with a Hearing Impaired plate may request the new design for a $5 replacement fee, plus postage, however, the old design will remain valid for use.

To order a plate, visit azmvdnow.gov, an MVD office, or an Authorized Third-Party office.

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