Replacement License Plates License Plates Guide
When a vehicle owner needs replacement plates(s) and/or replacement sticker, whether due to theft of or injury to the plate, an application can be made in person at a local Secretary of State facility, by submitting an Application for Vehicle Transaction(s) VSD 190 by mail, or by submitting a request online.
The replacement license plate fee is $6 for a single plate and $9 for a pair; the replacement sticker is $20. If a single plate and sticker are required, the fee is $26. If both license plates and sticker are required, the fee is $29.
If the applicant loses only one plate and wants to keep the same plate number, the person should keep the one plate and submit the license plate/sticker replacement form and fee to the Office of the Secretary of State. A new plate with the same number will be ordered.
If both plates are lost, the applicant will receive a new license plate number unless a specific request is made to keep the old plate number. The applicant should submit the license plate/sticker replacement form and fee to the Secretary of State.
Please note: If you are requesting a new set of license plate due to your original set being stolen or you are requesting a single plate, you must visit a Secretary of State Facility.