Lake Tahoe Conservancy License Plate
The Lake Tahoe Conservancy License Plate Design is Changing.
California Department of Motor Vehicles
Media Relations Office
2415 First Avenue, MS F-122
Sacramento, CA 95818
Contact: DMV Public Affairs
June 29, 2010
As of July 18, 2010, the current Lake Tahoe Conservancy license plate design will no longer be available.
If you currently own the Lake Tahoe Conservancy license plate and need to replace your plate due to theft, loss or damage, you have until July 20, 2010 to order the old design. After that date you will only be able to obtain the new design.
Visit http://www.dmv.ca.gov/ipp2/welcome.do to order special interest or personalized license plates online.
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