Authentic Indiana License Plates For Sale
Real License Plates from Indiana
Looking for an Indiana license plate? Indiana first started issuing license plates in 1913. Indiana license plate types include amateur radio, antique, apportioned, apportioned semi trailer, auto, buggies & wagons, bus, bus for hire, car, church bus, city, commercial bus, conservation officer, consulate, county, dealer new, dealer used, duplicate, emergency medical services, environmental, farm semi, farm semi trailer, farm tractor, farm tractor, farm trailer, farm truck, firefighter, grain dealer, handicapped, historic motor vehicle, honorary consul, horse drawn vehicle, house car, manufacturer, military, mobile home, motor home, motorcycle, municipal, non-motor vehicle, recovery, recreational vehicle, school bus, semi trailer, special equipment, special machinery, state, town, tractor, trailer, transfer, transport, truck, vanity, veteran, weight tax, wholesale dealer, and wrecker recovery. ShopLicensePlates is your trusted source for real, used, old, vintage, antique and expired Indiana and United States license plates. All of our license plates are genuine and authentic and these classic collectible plates are perfect for beginning or advanced collectors.
Vintage Old Indiana License Plate County Numbers Key For YOM, Year of Manufacture Use
ShopLicensePlates has made decoding our real, genuine and authentic old Indiana License Plates easy for you. We have developed an Indiana License Plate County Numbers Key that will help you decipher the County Code on your Indiana license plate from 1950 to the present. It will also help you figure out which years in Indiana had a single license plate or a pair of license plates issued. In Indiana, vehicles that are registered as historic and are at least 25 yeas old may use and display YOM or Year of Manufacture license plates with BMV approval. Because laws vary and may change from State to State with respect to the use of our Old, Vintage and Antique License Plates on a vehicle, we always recommend that you contact your local BMV office to confirm that you can use the plate(s) for this prior to your purchase.