Specialty

Specialty plates will be listed in order of release date (to the best of my knowledge). If you are looking for a specific one, click CTRL+F and type the term you are looking for.



First issue: 1986 College/University series; 1987 Shag, Big Apple Dance

General notes:
-  Numbering begins at 1 (unless otherwise noted).
-  Sponsoring organizations obtain plates by placing a deposit of $6,800.
   - These organizations have the option of pre-assigning numbers 1-100.
   - If any low numbers are not claimed within 5 years, they are returned to the general population.
- Non-profit organizations may apply for plates without specific Legislature approval
   - as of 7/6/1999 (SB150); rev.4/24/2002 (SB597); rev. 9/14/2006 (SB613)
-  Legislature authorization does not mean automatic issue; most still have to provide deposit.
-  If any plate falls below 300 registrations, production may be ended and issued until existing supply is exhausted.

separate pages:
  College/University (includes out-of-state)
  Fraternity/Sorority
  Authorized but not yet issued
  failed plates




Big Apple Dance
Authorized by Legislature 7/8/1987 (HB2590, page h)
Deleted by Legislature 6/8/1989 (HB3600, page h)
First Issue 1988
Last Issue 1989 (dated 1989)

The "Big Apple" was a dance craze that began in Columbia around 1937. The dance caught on in New York City, which led to the nickname "Big Apple." This was a 'swing' dance, similar to the Shag. This plate commemorated the 50th Anniversary. Plate number "1" was reserved for the Mayor of Columbia.


Shag
Authorized by Legislature 7/8/1987 (HB2590, page h)
Shag is a swing dance style that is very popular in the Coastal region, especially around Myrtle Beach. It is usually danced to "Beach Music." The Shag is the State Dance for South Carolina. Plate number "1" was reserved for the President of the Columbia Shag Club. Wikipedia definition

First Issue 1988, blue/white
  heat-applied decal of state shape with dancers on a vinyl record.



early 1989 issues - embossed "89" date; allowed stickers over embossed date
   renewed with passenger stickers that were applied on top or beside the embossed year



1989 - c.2014
  understood "SH" prefix on embossed plates (pre c.2014 issues)
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


c.2014 - January 5, 2016
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



January 6, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by 1/31/2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




Keep It Beautiful (Wildflower)
Authorized by Legislature 6/25/1990 (SB1394)
Revised by Legislature 4/7/2005 (SB3)
This license plate raises funds for the Highway Beautification Fund to plant wildflowers along South Carolina roads. Road signs with the same design as the license plate can be seen along Interstate highways. SCDOT receives funding.

First Issue September 1991? - c.2015
  "E" prefix; 5 digit plates stamp the E over the wildflowers.
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


c.2015 - TBD 2016
   same design, non-embossed serial number, graphic smaller
   renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


TBD 2016 - present
  Full replacement complete by TBD, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design



Firefighter
Authorized by Legislature 6/15/1992 (SB1491)
Restricted to Members Only


SCDMV photo
First Issue 1992? - April 30, 2015
   renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



unknown if flat version exists.


May 1, 2015 - present
  Full replacement of previous design complete by 4/30/2017
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design


Volunteer Firefighter plates existed as early as 1989. A stylized design with the Maltese Cross was designed as an extra-fee alternative.
cannot find legislation on Volunteer; red/white for 1989-1990 - black/white 1991-present, "VF" prefix
Volunteer Firefighter redesign effective 5/1/2015. Existing plates to be replaced with new design through 4/30/2017
Endangered Species
Authorized by Legislature 6/15/1993 (SB682)
Revised by Legislature 8/10/1995 (HB3824)
A portion of the proceeds go to the Department of Natural Resources. DNR receives funding.

First Issue (Bald Eagle) May, 1994? January 1996? - late 2002
  "H" prefix numbered H1 to H9999
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


February 18, 2003 - March 22, 2010
  online vote for new design in 2002. Choices (1) Rocky Shoals Spider Lily flower, (2) Loggerhead Turtle, (3) Swallow-Tailed Kite bird.
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign
  discontinued for a period of time when K9999 was reached

March 22, 2010 - October 1, 2012
  flat version of previous design, beginning at K10000
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign
  numbering ended at K10561

October 1, 2012 - January 5, 2016
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign
  numbering began at K11001


January 6, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by 1/31/2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design, except "H" prefix will be replaced with next available "K" prefix number.



Public Education
Authorized by Legislature 6/4/1996 (HB4957)
Raises money for public education. Buyer specifies a school district or specific school they wish to support. When released, BellSouth phone company ordered Education plates for their entire fleet of vehicles. They kept them on for one registration cycle (2 years).

First Issue October 4, 1996? - c.2013
  prefix "EU" understood. EU prints on smart sticker and on registration
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


c.2013 - January 5, 2016
  prefix "EU" understood. EU prints on smart sticker and on registration
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


January 6, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous design by 1/31/2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




Shriners
Authorized by Legislature 7/3/1996 (HB3273)

First Issue 1999? - c.2014
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



c.2014 - January 5, 2016
  same design as above, non-embossed characters, stacked "SR" prefix
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



SCDMV photo
January 6, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous design by 1/31/2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




Special Olympics
Authorized by Legislature 6/4/1996 (SB846)
"SP" prefix, abbreviation for Special www.so-sc.org


First Issue 1999? - c.2014
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



c.2014 - January 5, 2016
  flat version of previous design, stacked "S/P" prefix
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


January 6, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous design by 1/31/2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




Square & Round Dancers
Authorized by Legislature 7/3/1996 (HB3273)
"SD" prefix stands for Square Dance www.scsquaredance.com


SCDMV photo
First Issue 1999? - c.2014
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign




c.2014 - January 5, 2016
  flat version of previous design
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


January 6, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous design by 1/31/2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




H.L. Hunley (submarine)
Authorized by Legislature 7/6/1999 (SB150)
CSS H.L. Hunley was a Confederate submarine, and was the first in naval warfare history to sink a ship - the USS Housatonic on February 17, 1864. Unfortunately, the Hunley did not survive the attack. CSS H.L. Hunley was believed discovered in 1970, and again claimed in 1978. In April 2005, definitive proof of the Hunley was determined off the coast at Charleston in water only 27 feet in depth. The Hunley commission begain raising money to recover the Hunley, and on August 8, 2000, the Hunley was surfaced. All eight crewmen were found still at their post within the submarine.
This plate is part of the effort to raise funds for the recovery and study of the Hunley, and for the proper burial of the crewmen. www.hunley.org


First Issue May 1, 2000 - c.2014
  Numbers 1~990 featured a full-embossed "HL" prefix, and higher numbers have a screenprinted stacked "H/L" prefix.
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


c.2014 - TBD 2016
  flat version of previous design
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


TBD 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous design by TBD, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




Sons of Confederate Veterans
First plate to be issued under Non-profit Organization law (1999) but,
officially Authorized by Legislature 3/24/2005 (SB113) - allowed to become law without Governor's signature
Bills were introduced in the Legislature as early as 1997 for a Sons of Confederate Veterans license plate. It met resistance because of the controversial nature of the Confederate emblem. This led the Legislature to pass a bill in 1999 to allow any Non-Profit organization to seek plates directly through DMV without specific legislative approval. This was the first plate to take advantage of that law. www.scscv.com

First Issue May 26, 2000 - c.2014
  Restricted to Members Only through mid-2013
  Available to the public mid-2013 to late-2015
  Numbers 1~990 featured a full-embossed "CV" prefix, and higher numbers have a screenprinted stacked "C/V" prefix.
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign

c.2014 - TBD 2016
  flat version of previous design
  Available to the public mid-2013 to late-2015
  Restricted to Members Only  late-2015 to present
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign

TBD 2016 - present
 Full replacement of previous design by TBD, 2018
 
Existing registrations keep prior number on new design



First in Golf
Authorized by Legislature 7/6/1999 (SB150)
"GF" prefix, abbreviation for Golf
Raises money for South Carolina Junior Golf Association for scholarships and land programs. It promotes South Carolina, and specifically the Myrtle Beach and Hilton Head areas as golf tourism destinations. www.scjga.org

First Issue November 6, 2001 - c. 2009
 
renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



c.2009 - TBD 2016
  flat version of previous design
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


TBD 2016 - present
 
Full replacement of previous design by TBD, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design





According to DMV Form DMVB-19(7/02), all of the above were the only ones available as of July, 2002
None of the below were available as of that date.


In God We Trust
Authorized by Legislature 4/30/2002 (HB4652)
No-fee alternative to standard passenger plate.
Numbering began at "100 1AA"; issued to "999 9AA" then "100 1AB."
First specialty plate to transition to flat/screenprinted numbers in late 2007 between numbers "374 8DT" and "571 5DT"

First Issue September 23, 2002 - late 2007
  last known embossed plate number 374 8DT
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


late 2007 - December 31, 2015
  flat version of previous design

  first known flat plate number 571 5DT
  last known plate number xxx xHQ
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign

January 1, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by 1/31/2018
  Replacements after 1/1/2016 would receive new design with 16 expiration sticker
  continued numbering from previous design. Existing registrations replaced with next available number on new design
  change occurred at 5000HR


United We Stand
Authorized by Legislature 4/30/2002 (HB4652)
September 11 terrorist attack memorial plate. Screenprinted USA stacked prefix.

First Issue September 23, 2002 - c.2012
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



c.2012 - January 5, 2016
  flat version of previous design
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


January 6, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by 1/31/2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




NASCAR

Authorized by Legislature 9/2/2001 (HB3272)

First Issue December 2, 2002
Discontinued February 27, 2015 due to licensing contract expiring. No existing registrations will be renewed upon expiration and will be replaced with a standard plate.

The state had a publicity campaign in late 2001 to promote NASCAR plates. Governor Jim Hodges and NASCAR driver Jeff Burton made several appearances across the state. This plate raises funds for the Highway Safety Fund - SC Dept. of Public Safety. The following types are offered and have not been revised as of October 2009:
#2 - Rusty Wallace       "N/2" prefix
#3 - Dale Earnhardt      "N/2" prefix
#8 - Dale Earnhardt, Jr  "N/8" prefix

#24 - Jeff Gordon          "N/24" prefix
#99 - Jeff Burton           "N/99" prefix
generic                         "N/Z" prefix



Nurses
Authorized by Legislature 6/3/2002 (SB1167)
Numbers 1~990 featured a full-embossed "NF" prefix ("Nurses First); higher numbers have a screenprinted stacked "N/F" prefix.www.scnurses.org


First Issue March 15, 2003 - c.2014
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign




c.2014 - January 5, 2016
  flat version of previous design
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


January 6, 2015 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by 1/31/2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




Wild Turkey Federation
Authorized by Legislature 9/2/2001 (HB3272)
The National Wild Turkey Federation is based in Edgefield, South Carolina. Raises funds for land conservation projects. www.nwtf.org

First Issue 2003? - c.2012
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



c.2012 - January 5, 2016
  flat version of previous design
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


January 6, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by 1/31/2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design





According to Form MV-95(7/03), all of the above were available as of July, 2003
None of the below were available as of that date.



Morris Island Lighthouse
Authorized by Legislature 5/21/2002 (HB4412)
Sponsored by Save the Light, Inc., this plate raises money for the preservation of the Morris Island lighthouse. Morris Island no longer exists. It has been completely washed away by erosion. The lighthouse stands in the open sea just off the northern tip of Folly Beach. www.savethelight.org

First Issue 2003
? - c.2011
 Numbers 1~990 featured a full-embossed "LH" prefix, and higher numbers have a screenprinted stacked "L/H" prefix.



c.2011 - TBD, 2016
  flat version of previous design

  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


TBD, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by TBD, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




Secular Humanists of the Lowcountry
Issued under Non-Profit Organization law
"In Reason We Trust" was initially available only to card-carrying members of the Secular Humanists of the Lowcountry. In the belief of the organization that the plate should be available to anyone, they made their membership card available online for anyone to print and hand-write their name in and obtain the plate. In 2009, DMV dropped the membership requirement and made the plate available to anyone. www.lowcountryhumanists.org (license plate info under "more" link)
The 2002 compromise: "In God We Trust" plate was introduced in the House (HB-4652) and faced the possibility of a lawsuit if a compromise was not reached. The Secular Humanists of the Lowcountry stepped in to sponsor a plate that read "In Reason We Trust" to facilitate the compromise. However, legislators in a strongly "red" state did not want a vote for the atheists on their record, so SB-597 was quickly introduced to amend the 1999 non-profit law to allow 501(C)(7) and 501(C)(8) organizations (only 501(C)(3) had been previously allowed. SB-597 took effect on 4/24/2002, just 8 days before HB-4652 which took effect 4/30/2002.
"FT" prefix stands for "Free Thinking".

First Issue 2003? - c.2014
  flat version of previous design
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



c.2014 - TBD, 2016
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



TBD, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by TBD, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




No More Homeless Pets
Authorized by Legislature 5/20/2002 (HB4530)
Revised by Legislature 6/10/2005 (SB736)
Several attempts for a "Pets" plate had been tried in 2001 and 2002 for Spay/Neuter programs. "Project Pet" and "Animal Abuse Prevention" both failed (see failed plates). Funds originally went to the Office of the State Veterinarian, but was revised in 2005 to go to the Department of Agriculture to be distributed to private non-profit groups for spay/neuter programs.
"SN" stands for Spay and Neuter.

First Issue June 17, 2003? August 2003? - c.2010
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign
  Numbers 1~990 featured a full-embossed "SN" prefix, and higher numbers have a screenprinted stacked "S/N" prefix.


c.2010 - January 5, 2016
  flat version of previous design
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


January 6, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by January 31, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design



Camp Sertoma
Authorized by Legislature 9/2/2001 (HB3272)
Camp Sertoma is a summer camp in Clemson for hearing or speech impaired or disadvantaged children ages 7-13. They regularly host approximately 250 children each summer. "KS" prefix, because CS prefix taken by Charleston Southern University. www.campsertomasc.com

First Issue 2003? - c.2014
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



c.2014 - TBD, 2016
  flat version of previous design
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


TBD, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by TBD, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




Technology Alliance
Authorized by Legislature 5/1/2002 (HB4680)
"TK" prefix, an abbreviation of Technology. www.sctech.org

First Issue 2004? - c.2014
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



c.2014 - January 5, 2016
  flat version of previous design
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



SCDMV photo
January 6, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by January 31, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




Heritage Classic
Authorized by Legislature 5/21/2002 (HB4412)
The Heritage Classic is an annual golf tournament in Hilton Head (hence, "HH" prefix) at Harbour Town Golf Links, on the FedEx Cup circuit. It is always held the week after the Masters Tournament in Augusta.
The plate features the Harbour Town lighthouse, which was built in 1969. It was never used as a navigational light, but more as a decorative effect for the area. Stacked, screenprinted "HH" prefix stands for Hilton Head. rbcheritage.com

First Issue 2004 - c.2013
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



c.2013 - TBD, 2016
  flat version of previous design
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


TBD, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by TBD, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




Ducks Unlimited
Authorized by Legislature 9/2/2001 (HB3272)
Revised by Legislature 9/17/2004 (HB4935)
Ducks Unlimited raises funds for wetlands preservation. This plate is the same design as Arkansas' DU plate. Since Arkansas uses stickers at the top, a dash appears on all South Carolina embossed plates in the top right corner - an error of sorts. Flat/screenprinted plates appeared around number 2200. Plates were originally intended for members only, but revised in 2004 to be available to the public. sc.ducks.org

First Issue November 7, 2004 - c.2009
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



c.2009 - January 5, 2016
  flat version of previous design
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


January 6, 2016 - April 7, 2016
  New issues and replacements and replacement of previous design upon expiration between these dates.
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by January 31, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design


SCDMV photo
April 7, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of 2004/2009 design complete by January 31, 2018
  January 6 design will not be replaced
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design



Gone Fishing
Authorized by Legislature 7/19/2002 (HB4383)
Revised by Legislature 6/2/2003 (HB3990)
This is the "Artificial Reef: Saltwater Fishing" plate in the law. The fish is the Red Drum, a.k.a. Redfish. In 2007, it became a Federal protected game fish. It is found in coastal waters from Florida to Massachusetts.
"RF" prefix for Reef Fishing. saltwaterfishing.sc.gov

First Issue November 7, 2004 - c. 2009
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign




c.2009 - January 5, 2016
  flat version of previous design
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


January 6, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by January 31, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




Penn Center
Authorized by Legislature 6/3/2002 (SB1167)
The Penn Center is a non-profit organization to preserve sea island history and culture and Gullah heritage. It is based at Penn School on St. Helena Island, near Beaufort. Screenprinted "PN" prefix, abbreviation for Penn. www.penncenter.com

First Issue 2004? - c.2014
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



c.2014 - January 5, 2016
  flat version of previous design
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


January 6, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by January 31, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design



Marine Corps League
Authorized by Legislature 7/6/1999 (SB150)
Revised by Legislature 9/7/2006 (SB613)
Restricted to Members Only. The Marine Corps League is a fraternal organization for former U.S. Marines. The plate features the logo of the League; screenprinted "SF" prefix, which stands for Semper Fi, the motto of the Marine Corps. www.mcleaguesc.com

First Issue 2005? - January 5, 2016
  unknown if a fully flat version exists
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



SCDMV photo
January 6, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by January 31, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




Lions Club
Authorized by Legislature 7/6/1999 (SB150)
Restricted to Members Only. "LN" screenprinted prefix, abbreviation for Lions. www.sclions.org


SCDMV photo
First Issue 2005? - TBD, 2016
  unknown if a fully flat version exists
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


TBD, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by TBD, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




Homeownership
Authorized by Legislature 9/17/2004 (HB4838)
"Homeownership: The American Dream" raises funds for the South Carolina Realtors Housing Opportunity fund. "AH" screenprinted prefix, stands for American Homeownership. www.screaltors.org

First Issue March, 2006? - January 2, 2012
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



January 3, 2012 - TBD, 2016
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



TBD, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by TBD, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




Rotary International
Authorized by Legislature 7/6/1999 (SB150)
Revised by Legislature 7/19/2002 (HB4607)
Revised by Legislature 9/7/2006 (SB613)
Restricted to Members Only 
www.rotary7750.com (Western S.C.)  www.rotary7770.org (Eastern S.C.)

First Issue 2006? - c.2013
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



c.2013 - January 5, 2016
  flat version of previous design
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



SCDMV photo
January 6, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by January 31, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




Fraternal Order of Police
Authorized by Legislature 5/9/2005 (SB405)
Revised by Legislature 9/7/2006 (SB613)
Restricted to Members Only."LE" screenprinted prefix, stands for Law Enforcement. www.scfop.org


SCDMV photo
First Issue 2006? - c.2010
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign




c.2010 - TBD, 2016
  flat version of previous design
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


TBD, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by January 31, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




Elks Association
Authorized by Legislature 6/26/2003 (SB342)
"LK" screenprinted prefix, abbreviation for Elks. www.scelks.org

First Issue 2006? - c.2014
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



c.2014 - TBD, 2016
  flat version of previous design
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


TBD, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by TBD, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




Share the Road (Palmetto Cycling)
Authorized by Legislature 5/21/2002 (HB4412)
"BK" screenprinted prefix, abbreviation for Bike. www.pccsc.net

First Issue 2006? - c.2010
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



c.2010 - TBD, 2016
  flat version of previous design
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


TBD, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by TBD, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




Friends of Hunting Island
Authorized by Legislature 5/23/2006 (HB4324)
Raises funds for the preservation and operation of Hunting Island State Park near Beaufort. Features the Hunting Island lighthouse, which is open to the public to climb. Screenprinted "HI" prefix. www.friends-of-hunting-island-sc.org

First Issue June 4, 2007 - c.2013
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



c.2013 - TBD, 2016
  flat version of previous design
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


TBD, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by TBD, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




Donate Life
Issued under Non-Profit Organization law
Promotes organ and tissue donation. "DL" screenprinted prefix. www.donatelifesc.org

First Issue June 4, 2007 - c.2013
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



c.2013 - TBD, 2016
  flat version of previous design
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


TBD, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by TBD, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design




Arts Awareness "Driven by the Arts"
Authorized by Legislature 5/9/2005 (SB418)
"BE" prefix. www.southcarolinaarts.com

First Issue August 1, 2007 - c.2012
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign



c.2012 - TBD, 2016
  flat version of previous design
  renewed with passenger stickers through end of 2-year expiration ending after 2016 redesign


TBD, 2016 - present
  Full replacement of previous designs complete by TBD, 2018
  Existing registrations keep prior number on new design





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