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Default The Tennessee Nurses License Plate

sayit1 I know there's not too many of us Tennesseans on the site but if you are you might want to know about our new plate.

Specialty nurse license plate


We did it!

Be one of the first 1,000 and order yours today!

Thank you for your response in choosing the design for the Specialty Nurse License Plate! Proceeds from the sale of the Nurses Change Lives license plate will go to the Tennessee Nurses Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, to help support its programs. Click here for information on the Tennessee Nurses Foundation, its programs and activities.
Our next step is to sell 1,000 plates. Before the license plate can be sent for production, the state requires TNF to sell 1,000 of the plates. Once this is done, and there is a time-frame in which we must accomplish this, you will receive a letter from the Department of Revenue, Vehicles Services, indicating you are to go to your local county clerk's office and pick up the license plate you purchased. If you have already renewed your vehicle registration for the year, you will only need to pay the state?s registration fee for the unused portion for your new vehicle registration. Your new expiration date will be changed to a year from the date you picked up your new license plate.
For instance, if your current vehicle registration renewal is July every year, your tag will have July 2010 on it. If you were to pick up the new license plate in January 2010, (six-months before your current tag runs out), you will only need to pay the regular state fee for your vehicle?s registration from July 2010 to January 2011 and your new annual vehicle registration renewal will be in January of each year.
To purchase the license plate, you must be a licensed driver and have a vehicle that is registered in your name in the state of Tennessee. You must complete all fields on the order form which contains information required by the state for pre-sale of the license plate. For legibility, please print your name and contact information. The cost of the specialty plate is $35. If you wish to also personalize your license plate for an additional cost of $35, please email tnf@tnaonline.org for the details. http://www.tnaonline.org/tnf-nurse-license-plate.html
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