The Arkansas Specialty license plates are available in Arkansas Revenue Offices statewide. You may transfer your current plate or renew your license plate to the Arkansas tennis specialty license plate.
Your support of the Arkansas tennis license plate helps local communities in Arkansas. All of the proceeds collected through the license plate go to The Arkansas Tennis Patrons Foundation. With these funds, they can award financial assistance to resurface tennis courts and provide on-court equipment to public facilities.
Is it time to renew your current license plate or within 60 days of renewal??
You can renew your license at your local Revenue Office today. The total fees will depend on the normal registration fee for your vehicle plus the additional $35.00 specialty plate fee (design use fee and administrative fee).
Don’t want to wait until your current license plate expires??
There are 2 different options for transferring to the Tennis license plate.
Option 1 – If the applicant’s existing plate is current, it may be replaced and will keep the same expiration date as the plate being replaced. Applicants will get the entire benefit of the full year registration fee paid for the plate being replaced; however, since the expiration date will remain the same, they will not get a full year’s benefit of the $25.00 or the $10.00 special fee. When renewing, the applicant will be required to pay both additional fees again.
Option 2 – The applicant may request to pay the normal full registration fee for the vehicle and begin with a full year’s registration. With this option, the applicant will get the full benefit of the additional $25.00 design use fee and the $10.00 administrative fee; however, no credit will be given for the time remaining on the plate being replaced.