Specialty License Plates eVIEW

Welcome to eVIEW, where the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV) seeks your input on proposed specialty license plate designs. You can review and share feedback below.

The current eVIEW is open until Friday, June 10, 2022, at 12:00 p.m.

TxDMV approves and oversees the manufacture of personalized and specialty license plates. The department reviews designs submitted by the specialty plate marketing vendor and/or non-profit organizations, ensuring license plates meet safety and legibility requirements.

Some plates are available directly from TxDMV while others are offered by My Plates, the State's specialty plate marketing vendor. TxDMV supplies the system to collect and to distribute plate proceeds and to assign license plates to vehicles.

For more information on how specialty license plates are proposed, see our brochure.

Tarleton State University

This new plate design is proposed by My Plates, the State’s specialty plate marketing vendor, and was designed in consultation with Tarleton State University. Proceeds will be split between the Texas General Revenue Fund and My Plates, as contractually required. My Plates will distribute a portion of its proceeds to Tarleton State University.

Tarleton State University

Results

I like it
33% (1 vote)
I don't care for it
67% (2 votes)
Total votes: 3

Louisiana Tech University

This is a design change of an existing plate offered by My Plates, the State’s specialty plate marketing vendor. Louisiana Tech University initiated the design change of this plate. The proceeds of the sale of this plate are shared between the Texas General Revenue Fund and My Plates according to the contract between the State and My Plates. My Plates will distribute a portion of its share to Louisiana Tech University.

Louisiana Tech University

Results

I like it
0% (0 votes)
I don't care for it
100% (2 votes)
Total votes: 2

Arizona State University

This is a design change of an existing plate offered by My Plates, the State’s specialty plate marketing vendor. Arizona State University initiated the design change of this plate. The proceeds of the sale of this plate are shared between the Texas General Revenue Fund and My Plates according to the contract between the State and My Plates. My Plates will distribute a portion of its share to Arizona State University.

Arizona State University

Results

I like it
100% (2 votes)
I don't care for it
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 2

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