Endangered Species (loggerhead sea turtle) License Plate
SCDNR is excited to announce that the endangered species plate has been redesigned. The new plates will be available October 1, 2012. If you already have an endangered species license plate on your vehicle you are welcome to maintain your current plate. Any lost or damaged endangered species plates will be replaced with the new design.
What is the Endangered Species License Plate?
The Endangered Species License Plate portrays the importance of endangered species conservation in South Carolina. It features our state reptile, the loggerhead sea turtle. To learn more about sea turtles in South Carolina, please visit: www.dnr.sc.gov/seaturtle/.
Who needs a License Plate?
Everyone who appreciates South Carolina's natural resources, especially species that are threatened to survive.
How much does it cost?
The cost of the license plate is $30 every two years in addition to your normal registration fee.
How will the funds be used?
The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources will use the funds to conserve and protect our state's endangered and threatened species.
How do I order my License Plate?
To order the Endangered Species License Plate, mail the completed application (Microsoft Word file) and required fees to SC Division of Motor Vehicles, PO Box 1498, Blythewood, SC 29216-0008, visit any DMV office, call 803-737-4000 or visit www.scdmvonline.com.
The form above is in the Microsoft® Word® format. Microsoft® Word® Viewer is required to open the file and is available as a free download from the Microsoft® Web site.
Help promote SC's Endangered Species Sea Turtle License Plate by placing the graphic below on your website!
Get code for graphic:
<a href="https://www.dnr.sc.gov/admin/endangeredplate.html"><img src="https://www.dnr.sc.gov/admin/images/platebanner.gif" alt="Sea Turtle License Plate - Photo by Barbara Bergwerf " width="520" height="69" border="0"></a>
For questions on the Endangered Species plate, call SCDNR Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division at (803) 734-0256. For more information about sea turtles in South Carolina, visit www.dnr.sc.gov/seaturtle/.