Florida Specialty License Plates Online
According to the latest sales statistics released by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, total specialty license plate sales dropped 7.5% compared to April, 2015, for a total decline of $191,541.75. Biennial fees dropped from $391,081.00 to $301,147.00. However, new plate sales increased from 15,388 to 15,641.
Tampa Bay Bucs increased April net revenue by 13.5% to $47,850 from $42,175, bolstered by the new design.
Endless Summer increased April net revenue by 13% to $99,125.00, from $87,750 in 2015.
University of Florida, while still maintaining the top spot for annual sales of all specialty license plates, suffered a 10% decline in sales for April, 2016, compared to April, 2015.
FSU April sales declined 8%, while U of Miami declined 3%.
HBOI's Protect Wild Dolphins tag declined nearly 15% compared to April, 2015, and has now declined 28% compared to sales in April, 2010, from $105,860 to $76,180.00, a loss of $29, 680.00 for the month of April.
There are 127 specialty license plates available for purchase.