Arizona In God We Trust Specialty Plate
The idea came from Sen. Ron Gould, R-Lake Havasu City, after he saw a license plate from Indiana with the phrase.
Nothing seems to be without controversy these days, so it is no surprise that several senators opposed Gould’s bill, including Sen. Marsha Arzberger, D-Wilcox, who called it “weird.”  She said that she is not against God, but that no one was behind the bill or requested it except Gould.  Apparently, someone was behind it because the bill passed the House and it is now law.
The initial cost of the plate is $25, with annual renewals of $25.  A fund to promote the national motto “In God We Trust” will receive $17 of each fee.

For more information on how you can get your In God We Trust specialty plate, see below:

Can anyone purchase an In God We Trust plate?
Yes.  This plate is available to everyone.

What is the cost of the plate?
The initial application fee is $25; annual renewals are $25.  Of these fees, $17 goes to a fund to promote the national motto “In God We Trust”.

When will I receive my new plate?
At present, Desert Title locations do not have standard issue In God We Trust plates in stock, but they can help you with your application for the plate, which will then be mailed to you.

Can this plate be personalized?  If so, how many characters are allowed?
Yes, your In God We Trust plate can be personalized with up to six characters.

How many plates are issued?
One plate will be issued.  Two plates will be issued if personalized.

Can I get this plate with a disability symbol?
Yes.    Your In God We Trust license plate with a disability symbol will be mailed to you approximately three weeks after ordering.

What do I do with my old plates?
You can send your old plates back to MVD or simply discard them.

I’m ready for an In God We Trust plate.  What do I do now?
Just come into any Desert Title location, fill out your application, and we will quickly take care of you.  There is no appointment needed.