FAQs

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The Choose Life License Plate cost $40 more that your regular registration fee. From the initial fee of $40, the registry keeps $12 to cover the cost of manufacturing the plate and $28 goes to Choose Life, Inc., our non-profit organization. When the plate is renewed, the full $40 comes to Choose Life, Inc.
The proceeds of the Choose Life License Plate go life affirming, non-profit agencies in the state of Massachusetts. A list of our past grant recipients can be found here (enter link). No salaries are paid as we are an all volunteer organization.

Getting a Choose Life License Plate is easy. You can order your plate online at (enter link) or you can drive to the registry and swap your existing plate for a Choose Life License Plate.

Absolutely! If your registration is not due for renewal you will pay a small swapping fee in addition to the $40 Choose Life specialty fee.

Because specialty plates are numbered differently, we cannot offer you the same number combination you have on your existing plate. However, if you have a special request for a number, we can try to accommodate you. Special requests are subject to availability.

Unfortunately, the registry has informed me that their current system does not accommodate vanity plate requests to be mixed with the specialty plate system. This may change in the future.

In the state of Massachusetts, the specialty plate program is an administrative process. Any non-profit organization can obtain a specialty plate once they meet the requirements of the process. The message on the specialty plate is considered free speech and speaks for the owner of the plate, not the state of Massachusetts.

Because this specialty plate process is fair and equitable to all, pro-abortion advocates can go through the same process to obtain their own plate.
Right now, the Choose Life License Plate is available in Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Wisconsin. Utah and Kansas have recently approved the plate and will be issuing it soon.
We welcome any help in promoting the Choose Life License Plate. It is difficult to believe but there are many people who have not yet heard of this plate. We have promotional graphics and a video available on this website that you can use freely to help advertise the plate. Thank you!
Yes, you can absolutely have a choose life license plate on a leased car. We know many plate owners that have leased cars.