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That there are 2,224,101 vehicles registered in Nebraska.
PEARL HARBOR SURVIVOR LICENSE PLATES
Pearl Harbor Survivor License Plates are available to any person who was discharged or otherwise separated with a characterization of honorable from the United States Armed Forces and was a member of the United States Armed Forces on December 7, 1941 and on station, not to exceed a distance of three miles from shore, during the hours of 7:55 am to 9:45 am, Hawaiian time at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
Pearl Harbor Survivor License Plates are issued in lieu of regular plates and may be placed on motor vehicles, trailers, semitrailers and cabin trailers.
Applicants must have a Nebraska Certificate of Title issued in their name, or in the event the vehicle is leased or non-resident military, the name of the applicant must appear on the registration of the vehicle.
Initial application must be approved by the Nebraska Chapter of the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association and annually thereafter as verification of continued active membership in the Association. If the application is received without the required written verification, it must be returned to the applicant unprocessed.
Once the application has been processed, the applicant will receive notification from the Department of Motor Vehicles advising them of the date their plate will be available at their County Treasurer's office to be registered to their vehicle.
All appropriate registration fees and taxes apply and must be paid to the County Treasurer in the county where the vehicle is registered.
Pearl Harbor Survivor License Plates do not allow the registered owner to park in spaces designated for handicapped parking.
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Questions regarding Pearl Harbor Survivor Plates may be addressed to E-Mail or by contacting this office at (402) 471-3918.
This page last revised 9/1/2015.