Montana Specialty License Plates Offer Dozens of Options
Yellowstone County Treasurer Max Lenington noted, “Today we have 132 different, distinct specialty plates…each bearing a little different motif.” In Deer Lodge at the Montana Correctional Enterprises, the license shop uses the same software and hardware as commercial printers, converting the submitted plate designs into approved plates. The system is more advanced than many used by states with larger populations.
Once the designs are set, plates can be printed in small quantities, with the laminates applied to rolls of aluminum, and then stamped and shipped out. The shop produces up to 500,000 plates per year, both regular and specialty tags.
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