Authentic Pennsylvania License Plates For Sale
Real License Plates from Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania first started issuing license plates in 1906. Pairs of license plates were issued between 1906 and 1951, with the exception of 1944 to 1946. Pennsylvania has issued a single license plate since 1952 and PennDot has long cherished its role in transportation needs of its residents. Pennsylvania license plate types include ATV, MV business, all terrain vehicle, amateur radio, antique, apportioned, apportioned bus, auto, auto manufacturer, auto wheel, bicentennial, bus, car, circus carnival truck, civil air patrol, civil defense, classic car, collectible, collector, commercial, dealer, emergency medical services, emergency vehicle, environmental, farm equipment dealer, department of highways, farm truck, firefighter, fleet transporter, foreign consul, got a friend, handicapped, historic, house car, implement of husbandry, judicial, keystone state, limousine, liquid fuels, mass transit, military, moped, motor bike, motor boat, motor home, motorcycle, municipal, new car dealer, official, omnibus, permanent trailer, press photographer, repair service, repossessor, salvage yard, school bus, school vehicle, semi trailer, snowmobile, special, street rod, suburban, taxi, temporary, towing, tractor, tractor dealer, trailer, transporter, truck, used car dealer, utility trailer, vanity, vender, veteran, and watercraft trailer dealer.
Because laws vary 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 DMV office to confirm that you can use the plate(s) for this prior to your purchase. In Pennsylvania, running an old license plate on your vehicle is allowed for this YOM or Year of Manufacture purpose. If the vehicle was made between 1906 and 1975, you would register it as an "Antique" or as a "Classic" vehicle. It also appears that DMV approval is required.