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How to navigate this site

     To search for a specific plate, click on the magnifying glass directly below the shopping cart in the upper right corner. You can search in various ways including by type, year, county or registration number. Note: The search engine is very specific. The title for most listings begins with the state name and then the year, so a search for "1970 Kansas" will show nothing, but "Kansas 1970" will bring up all 1970 Kansas plates.  To get the most results, don't be too specific.

    To see all the various categories, move your cursor over the word "Shop" in the blue bar at the top of the page. A dropdown menu will appear showing a list of all the categories.  Other information, including Model Year Law, Kansas County Codes, Contact Info and more, can be accessed by clicking on the links in the blue bar at the top of this page.

    The "Shop All Categories" button gives you an alphabetical listing of every plate on the website. The category menu also appears on the left side of each category page. 

    To purchase a plate, click on the "Details" button for that plate. Then click on the "Add to Cart" button. Once you have made all you selections, click on the shopping cart icon in the upper right corner. Then continue through the checkout process.

    We accept PayPal and credit cards online. If you would like to pay by check, please contact us first through our email to make arrangements.

    We hope you like our new and improved online store. Remember, if you don't see what you want, please contact us. Besides what you see here, we have thousands more not yet listed.

If you are purchasing a plate to register to an antique vehicle


    While a small amount of plates on the site have been verified that they are clear to register to an antique vehicle, the vast majority have not.  If you are considering purchasing a plate that has not been checked, I would highly recommend you do so before ordering.  

    You can check any car, truck, or motorcycle plate by calling your local county treasurer's office and asking the clerk to check if that particular plate number is clear to use.  Remember to include the county with the plate number.