Veteran License Plates in Hawaii
Hawaii offers qualified G.Is the special Hawaii Veteran license plates for their vehicles. No fees are applicable in this case if they have only a vehicle titled and registered.
State requirements and guidelines
In fact, Hawaii gives a lot of different tags for previous and current G.Is. They mainly include the following
But, unfortunately, the state doesn’t have a statewide DMV office. It’s better to contact the county’s local office as the main option of application may vary.
The combination of letters and digits while choosing a number is limited to six characters. You can only use a hyphen with them.
The applicant must have served or is currently serving in the U.S military.
Must have been honorably discharged.
On the application day, provide proof of identity and military ID.
Fill in the blank form.
Required Documents for Application
Generally, the Veteran number tags are with specific designs and have a logo of a service group or branch next to the number. HI offers Special and Disabled plates for veterans.
Special Veteran Plates
Special Veteran plates are for a variety of awards, the most prevalent of which are
Medal of Honor
These are a little more distinctive than the previous ones, and obtaining evidence for them will take a little longer.
Check your eligibility and submit verification DD214 or DD215 Discharge from Military Work with honor.
Disabled Veteran Plates
In fact, this is the hardest to obtain because of its benefits mainly for parking. The decal is often offered to G. Is who got injuries during the military service.
In order to obtain one, you need to fill in the blank form, visit the VA Representative office and obtain a VA certificate. You’ll also need to submit the documents showing you’ve registered your car and made all the required payments.
Benefits of disabled veterans for registration and titling
In HI, disabled soldiers who have a disability caused during the service get a $45 discount when applying for vehicle registration. As well as, it provides unique number tags with just the same cost as standard ones.
As well as those who are currently serving in the U.S Armed Forces don’t need to pay any fees for their registration.
If you’ve already got your driver’s ID before and need to add the status you must show the DOD form DD 214. The document must indicate that you have been honorably discharged from the service. The status change is free of charge.