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RMV Low License Plate
The annual RMV low license plate number lottery takes to the airwaves this year.  Registrar Rachel Kaprielian will spin the drum to determine who will win one of 169 low number license plates in a live broadcast at 8PM, Tuesday, September 8 on WBZ radio’s “Niteside” program with host Dan Rea.

A record 6,634 people applied for the 169 sought after license plates, this year including 7A, 3333, V36 and 66X.

Winners' names will be announced during the drawing on WBZ AM 1030. A list of lottery winners will be posted on the RMV website the next day.

Visit RMV's online "Express Lane" now offers 18 services from renewing your license or registration to paying traffic citations right from your computer.

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