Now you can show everyone that you support public television in Arizona.  For every Eight, Arizona PBS License Plate sold, a portion of the cost of the plate goes to Eight, Arizona’s PBS station.  So you contribute to Eight, Arizona PBS, by purchasing the plate and helping them deliver your favorite programs all year long.

Can anyone purchase an “Eight” plate?
Yes, these plates are available to everyone.  There are no special requirements.

What is the cost of the plate?
The cost is $25 initially, and $17 of that amount goes to Arizona Foundation of Public Broadcast Television, which provides noncommercial and nonsectarian educational television services.  There is a $25 annual renewal fee.

When will I receive my new plate?
All Desert Title locations have standard issue “Eight” plates in stock, so you can take them with you the same day you apply for them.

Can this plate be personalized?  If so, how many characters are allowed?
Yes.  A personalized plate may have a maximum of seven characters.  Your personalized “Eight” plates will be mailed to you approximately three weeks after ordering.

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 “Eight” 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 “Eight” 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.   And thank you for supporting Arizona PBS programming!