DMV: Amateur Radio Call Letter Plates

Amateur Radio Call Letter Plates

 
{Amateur Radio Call Letter Plate}
 

This plate is issued to a vehicle that is currently registered in Connecticut bearing passenger, commercial, combination, camper, or motorcycle plates. In order to obtain an amateur radio call letter plate for these type of vehicles, the amateur radio licensee's name and the registered owner of the vehicle must be the same. 

Listed below are the procedures for obtaining a "new" call letter plate and for obtaining "additional" call letter plates.  Should you have questions, please contact the Special Order Plate Unit at 860-263-5154.  

Vanity plate options - see additional information.

To obtain a "new" amateur call letter plate, you must:

  1. Complete the Application for Amateur Radio Call Letter Plates (form B-6).
  2. Provide a copy of your current valid Amateur Radio Call Letter license issued to you by the Federal Communications Commission bearing the call letters of the plate for which you are applying.
  3. Submit the above documentation and a check made payable to the "DMV" in the amount of $25 to:
Department of Motor Vehicles
Special Order Plate Unit
60 State Street
Wethersfield, CT 06109
 
To obtain "additional" amateur call letter plates, you must:
  1. Complete the Application for Amateur Radio Call Letter Plates (form B6).
  2. Provide a copy of your current valid Amateur Radio Call Letter license issued to you by the Federal Communications Commission bearing the call letters of the plate for which you are applying.
  3. Submit the above documentation and a check made payable to the "DMV" in the amount of $45 to:

Department of Motor Vehicles
Special Order Plate Unit
60 State Street
Wethersfield, CT 06109

 
Note:  Upon receipt of your application it will take approximately three to four weeks for the amateur call letter plates to be manufactured.  Once the plates are received from the manufacturer, they will be mailed directly to you.





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