Kid Pl8s

 

 

States across the country have come out with specialty plates benefiting children’s funds, programs, and causes.

CT-639-TOTID-6147YIA K4594MA-TC6111MS-332 AJMO-SNCRZRNV ^MX^3786NC-KAREKFOH-998XGLTN-CF8765UT-7881SVT-51707WI-11961K

 

These states have all had a at least two versions of a kid plate.

AZ-AC-20187AZ-A45B61AR AZH5AR-BNM2FL 530 DJRFL-KH09GGA-ED27E7GA-HJ72TMI CN47SMI-BO4KYMT AFZ-719MT-AEH-262NM-1929NM-0048ACTX-FJ78WTX-WC4NR

 

Kentucky has an array of kid-themed specialties.

KY-18598KY 4100^DS^KY-3246CVKY-5219BN

 

These “Kids First” license plates are only about 800 numbers apart and expired at almost the exact same time.

IN-KP8970IN-KP9723

Updated versions of the plate: on the left, the same design but flat; on the right, a modified design.

IN-HK 1213IN KS8152

 

The Kansas Children’s Trust Fund plate is relatively rare; I was lucky to obtain #999, and then at a later date find #962 at a local meet.

KS-962KS-999

 

Virginia’s “Kids First” plate bears a striking resemblance to that of Indiana. This one came out four years later. Promotions for home schooling and childhood diabetes prevention also are offered to Virginia motorists.

VA-7293KFVA-1454EDVA-1523DB

 

The Alabama plates below all honor different purposes (including three incarnations of “Helping Schools.”

AL-H53890AL-CC8350AL LU1SAAL PV412AL-AAN227AL-40CD3AL 12M8R

 

California’s kid plate doesn’t have a child on it at all; rather it depicts a field of Golden Poppies, the California state flower. Motorists can pick between a handprint, + sign, heart, or star.

CA LAP882 (P1)

 

Garfield loves education, too.

IN ^EB^7190

 

Indiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee have issued specialty plates for children’s hospitals.

IN-RK 7470MS-5001 CHTN-LM0452