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FARM VEHICLE PLATES
Starting October 8, Delaware farm trucks that stay within a 20-mile radius of its farm(s) are now required to shed their red and white "FARM USE ONLY" plates and get one of the shiny, new FARM VEHICLE plates. In order to qualify for these plates, you must earn at least $1,000 a year from a farm. Click here for the whole story from WBOC.
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Delaware Tag News...
- Blog about the project! (link)
- Delaware DMV is "HAPPY"!! (link)
- New Flyers specialty plate available (link)
- New DMV Facility Open in Bear (link)
- Some good free press (January 2014 | August 2014)
- Is Your Centennial Plate Fading? You might be eligible for a *free* replacement - call DMV today at (302) 744-2500.
For Sale, Sold and Sightings...
ALL PRICES NEGOTIABLE - Contact me at number at bottom
- 1349 - $7,000
- 3373 - $6,000
- 7598 - $4,900
- 9126 - $4,650
- C356 - $7,500
- MC77 - $12,500
- MC449 - $2,200
- T20 - $8,900
- SR7 (Street Rod) - Make Offer
- 28117 sold for $650 in Dec 2014
- 11705 sold for $500 in Dec 2014
- 64 sold for $165,000 in Oct 2014
- 872 sold for $26,000 in Oct 2014
- 58 sold for $150,000 in Sept 2014
- FT15 sold for $26,000 in Sept 2014
- MC65 sold for $8,000 in Sept 2014
- Vanity tag "F" sold for $7,000 in May 2014
- 12/06/14 - Three new sightings again this time - 457 (from Ricky P), PC553 (from Tom K) and PC713, bringing the total to 2,628 out of 3,000 (87.6% completion).
- 11/22/14 - Three new sightings this time - C943 (from Julian M), C978 (from Ricky P) and PC172, bringing the total to 2,625 out of 3,000 (87.5% completion).
- 11/9/14 - *NEWS* I decided to switch to bi-weekly updates. One new sighting these past two weeks - 908 - bringing the project to 2,622 out of 3,000 (87.4% completion).
- October 2014 was also a good month; we added two new sightings, bringing the total to 2,621 out of 3,000 (87.37% completion).
- September 2014 was a good month, as the project added seven new sightings (all from site fans), bringing the total to 2,619 out of 3,000 (87.3% completion).