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TITLE 49
MOTOR VEHICLES
CHAPTER 4
MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION
49-443B.  License plates for state vehicles and vehicles belonging to taxing districts. (1) License plates for state vehicles and vehicles belonging to taxing districts shall be valid for a period of seven (7) years pursuant to section 49-443(2), Idaho Code, and shall remain on the vehicle to which it is issued until transferred to another vehicle or until it is canceled by the department. The department shall be reimbursed by state agencies and the taxing districts for the cost of providing license plates. The department may develop rules to administer this license plate program.
(2)  Each license plate issued pursuant to this section shall bear a designator to identify the agency, entity or office to which a vehicle belongs or, for trailers or motorcycles, to specify the plate type. Any vehicle with a license plate issued pursuant to this section that does not comply with the provisions of this subsection as of the effective date of this act shall be reregistered, subject to a reregistration fee of twelve dollars and fifty cents ($12.50), within sixty (60) days of the effective date of this act. The designators shall be as follows:
Designator
Agency, entity, office, or plate type
A
Trailer (all weights); small plate
C
School district or miscellaneous city or county agencies, entities or offices
D
Highway district
F
Fire district
G
Fish and game
H
Department of health and welfare
ISP
Idaho state police
J
Department of commerce or department of labor
L
Law enforcement
M
Motorcycle; small plate
P
City police
R
Department of parks and recreation
SO
Sheriff’s office
T
Department of transportation
X
Miscellaneous state agencies, entities or offices
Y
Irrigation district
Z
Department of lands
(3)  Personalized or specialty license plates are exempt from the provisions of subsection (2) of this section.

History:
[49-443B, added 1992, ch. 35, sec. 27, p. 130; am. 2014, ch. 38, sec. 9, p. 78; am. 2018, ch. 93, sec. 3, p. 200.]


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