The Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has added a new service that will allow motorists in nine counties to request their current county plate number when replacing their license plates online.
Although motorists have been able to request their existing county license plate number when purchasing plates through the mail or in person, the new service allows them to make that request online at itd.idaho.gov/dmv if they reside in one of the nine counties participating in offering the online service (Ada, Blaine, Canyon, Gooding, Kootenai, Madison, Oneida, Twin Falls and Washington).
New license plates are required every seven years when
plates begin to lose their reflectivity. Motorists who request their
existing county plate number will add $2 to the $6 replacement plate