The Wisconsin Department of Transportation Division of Motor Vehicles is accepting orders for two new specialty-license plates: Wisconsin 4-H Foundation and Musky Clubs Alliance

Purchasing these plates include the $15 issuance fee for non-personalized plates and an additional $25 tax-deductible donation, which is also required at each renewal. Money generated from these plates go toward each organization’s goals. 4-H Foundation donations will go toward the 4-H Youth Development program. The Musky Clubs Alliance’s efforts provide funding for musky research, habitat improvement and stocking of muskies, Wisconsin’s state fish.

Not only can Wisconsin motorists have specialty license plates, the plates can be personalized. A $15 personalized plate fee is required each year in addition to the regular annual registration fee. A handy online tool checks whether the personalization is already in use (Personalized Plate Lookup). It can take four to six weeks for the manufacturing and mailing process before the plates arrive.

A complete list of specialty plates offered is available at


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