We have reached 1,000 license plate pre-orders!
By purchasing the special Honeybee Tennessee license plate, Tennessee residents can show their support for the mission of Honeybee Tennessee to educate communities on the important role honeybees play in agriculture and in our environment.
Honeybee Tennessee has reached 1,000 pre-orders as require. The Department of Revenue will notify you when your plate is ready for pickup at your local county clerk’s office.If you have not picked up your plate yet or heard from your county clerk, you may contact your local county clerk’s office.
Your renewal will be due one year from the date you pick up your plate at your local county clerk’s office.
You should renew your plate registration with your local county clerk before your registration expires just like you have in the past. When your new plate arrives at your county clerk’s office, you may switch to your new plate at that time. The fee to renew your registration and switch to your new plate will be prorated depending on how many months you have remaining on your registration, and your new renewal date will be effective for one year from the date of upgrade to your new plate.
You may order a plate if you have a vehicle registered in the state of Tennessee. However, you may not order a plate if you live outside of Tennessee, and your vehicle is not registered in Tennessee.
Of course! You may receive multiple plates for as many cars as you‘d like!
$15.375 of every plate purchased is given to HoneybeeTn.
You may go to the following link, complete a personalized application and send in your remittance along with the application to the address indicated on the form. You can also personalize a plate at your county clerk’s office if you choose to purchase or renew in person.
If the plate is available at your local county clerk’s office, you may purchase it there with the payment methods they accept. The purchase is subject to available supplies at each county clerk’s office.
For any drivers who are approved and have documentation for handicapped plates, your local county clerk will provide you with a sticker to place in the bottom corner of the plate that will provide the appropriate notice and has the exact function of the formerly issued handicapped/disabled driver plates.