864 / 1,000 plates pre-ordered
*as of September 20, 2022
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What needs to happen for me to get a UGA license plate on my car in Tennessee?
The State of Tennessee requires that UGA collect payment and plate information for at least 1,000 plates in order to print a new specialty license plate. Pre-order a plate(s) today to make this goal a reality.
How much does a plate cost?
An individual must pay $35.92 per license plate, which includes the tag fee and a small processing fee. There is no donation to UGA included in this purchase. Individuals may pre-order more than one license plate. The processing fee is not refundable.
What is the deadline to pay for a plate?
Per Tennessee law, there is no deadline by which we need to collect funds and information for the 1,000 license plates. But we’d like to see the Bulldog spirit on the road quickly, so please pre-order your plate(s) today!
Can I purchase a plate for more than one car?
Yes, and we encourage you to do so! Since UGA is required to submit specific information for each vehicle to the state of Tennessee, we ask that you place separate orders for each vehicle. Questions? Email email@example.com.
I have a question about this campaign. Who do I contact?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding the Tennessee License Plate Campaign.
What if I move before the plates become available?
If you move out of state and wish to be reimbursed, please email email@example.com to request a refund. Please include your full name and the date on which you placed your order.
Can I secure a UGA license plate for my motorcycle or RV? Can my handicap tag have the UGA design?
This design is not available for handicap, motorcycle, or RV license plates.
Once I purchase a plate, when can I expect to receive it?
The University of Georgia must have the funds and information for at least 1,000 plates in order to begin the process with the State of Tennessee. Once that occurs, the process is dependent on the state. Individuals will be mailed a letter from the state about their plate(s). They will need to take that letter to the local County Clerk’s office to finish the process, pay any necessary fees, and receive the plate. Plates will not be mailed to residences. At this time, we anticipate plates being available by early Summer 2023.
Can I customize my license plate?
Plate customization will not be available to those who pre-order the plate, but once the plates have arrived in county offices, customers can then go online to apply for a customized plate moving forward.