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National Park Specialty State License Plates

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Available at DMV locations throughout Hawaiʻi

Hawaiʻi residents, have you seen the first specialty license plates, with their lava flows and nēnē geese, driving on island roads? They are available from your local Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) office now and feature colorful, iconic scenes from Haleakalā National Park and Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park. Showing your love of the national parks is easy!

These specialty plates raise funds for resource protection and education projects at Haleakalā and Hawai‘i Volcanoes. The plate program will be administered by the DMV. Hawai’i Pacific Parks Association, the non-profit partner of these two national parks, will manage revenues generated. The proceeds will then be donated to the parks for their program and project needs. The cost of these specialty plates is $35.50, with a $25 annual renewal fee.

"We are proud to raise awareness of the first national parks in Hawaiʻi through these specialty license plates. We hope all residents will be inspired to find their volcano and support these treasured landscapes,”

Cindy Orlando, superintendent of Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park.

Join your fellow Hawaiʻi residents on our stunning island roads by displaying colorful plates that tell the world you support the work and the mission of your national parks.

Other national parks that currently benefit from specialty license plate programs include Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Rocky Mountain National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Crater Lake National Park, and Yosemite National Park.

"The specialty plates are a great way to show your state pride and support the protection of natural and cultural resources,"

Natalie Gates, superintendent of Haleakalā National Park

For more information on how to purchase a specialty plate, visit your local Hawaiʻi DMV or go to hawaiiparkplates.com.

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Hawaiʻi Pacific Parks Association. P.O. Box 74 Hawaii National Park, 96718 HI

© COPYRIGHT HAWAIʻI PACIFIC PARKS ASSOCIATION 2017.

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