MassDOT RMV is now accepting applications for the 2011 Low Number License Plate Lottery. Applicants in this year's drawing will be vying for 161 of the most sought after Massachusetts license plates, including 67, T7, Y11 and Z44.
Applications will be available in all RMV branches and online at www.mass.gov/rmv.
All entries must be mailed and postmarked by August 8, 2011. Postcard entries will not be accepted. Only one entry per applicant will be accepted. Winners who do not register their vehicle with their winning lottery plate by December 31, 2011 will automatically forfeit their plate. All forfeited plates will be offered to a list of 25 alternate winners who will be chosen at the drawing.
The date, time and location of the drawing will be posted on the RMV’s website. Also, applicants who provide an email address will be sent an email notification.
Be first in line by going online! Renew your driver’s license at www.mass.gov/rmv the MassDOT RMV online branch. Approximately 50% of drivers are eligible to renew their license online and avoid a branch visit. Even if you can’t renew online, you can complete your license renewal application, print it, and be ready for your branch visit. There are many other convenient services available online such as registration renewal, plate/registration cancellation, schedule/cancel a road test, and request a duplicate title.
MassDOT's RMV division serves more than 4.6 million licensed drivers and handles 5.9 million vehicles.
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