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RMV Low License Plate 

Registrar Rachel Kaprielian announced the winners of the RMV's low number license plate lottery Tuesday following a live drawing on WBZ radio's "NightSide" program. This year a record 6,634 applicants competed for 168 low number registrations, including 151, 19F and 9969.

Michael Hastings of Gill won plate number 2632 and said, "I thought it would be neat to have something different on my car." 

Here are the winners.  Congratulations!

Visit the RMV website "Express Lane" to save time by conducting transactions online. 

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