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Specialty License Plates eView

Welcome to eView where the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles seeks your input on proposed specialty license plate designs. Here you can review and share feedback on the new designs.

The current eView is open until 5 p.m. (CST), Friday, November 21, 2014.

The TxDMV approves and oversees the manufacturing of personalized and specialty license plates. We review the designs submitted by the specialty plate marketing vendor and/or non-profit organizations, making sure the plates meet safety legibility requirements.

Some plates are available directly from the TxDMV while others are offered by My Plates, the state's specialty plate marketing vendor. TxDMV provides the system to collect and distribute the proceeds and register the plates to vehicles.

For more information on how specialty license plates are proposed, see our brochure.

Take a look at the proposed specialty license plate designs and submit your eView. Your opinion matters to us and we appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts.

Non-Vendor


Texas Wildflowers

From the $30 specialty plate fee, TxDMV would distribute $22 to the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, College of Natural Sciences at the University of Texas at Austin, to increase the sustainable use and conservation of native wildflowers, plants, and landscapes in Texas.

Texas Wildflowers
Texas Wildflowers
Texas Wildflowers
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Vendor (MY PLATES)


Dallas Mavericks

TxDMV would distribute a portion of the proceeds from the sale of this plate to the City of Dallas Dedicated Revenue Account for the maintenance and improvement of the Mavericks’ home stadium, the American Airlines Center. The rest of the proceeds would benefit My Plates, the marketing vendor.

Dallas Mavericks
Dallas Mavericks
Dallas Mavericks
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Flag of Texas

Proceeds from the sale of this plate would be divided between the state’s General Revenue fund and My Plates, the marketing vendor.

Flag of Texas
Flag of Texas
Flag of Texas
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Lone Star 1836

Proceeds from the sale of this plate would be divided between the state’s General Revenue fund and My Plates, the marketing vendor. This design commemorates the date that Texas became a republic in 1836. It would be offered in addition to an existing plate named Texas Black 1845, which commemorates the date when Texas was incorporated into the United States of America as the 28th state of the Union.

Lone Star 1836
Lone Star 1836
Lone Star 1836
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Texas Oil and Gas

Proceeds from the sale of this plate would be divided between the state’s General Revenue fund and My Plates, the marketing vendor.

Texas Oil and Gas
Texas Oil and Gas
Texas Oil and Gas
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