Did you Receive a License Plate in the Mail?

license-plates-3614254_1920This year has been wild and full of ups and downs. As scams become more sophisticated, it’s worth being extra careful if something seems awry. For example, it may seem as if you randomly received a new license plate this year for no reason. You don’t recall making such a request, which may make you curious whether it’s legit.

You can rest assured that yes, the “random” license plate is indeed legit and is not a scam. You may not know this, but once you’ve been issued a license plate in your name, that plate will be replaced within ten years automatically. This replacement is not optional, it is not necessary to request it, nor does it come with extra fees attached. This may explain why its arrival in the mail may have appeared to be a random occurrence.

If you do have concerns about the license plate, or if you are certain it’s been fewer than ten years since you’ve had the plate, do not hesitate to contact a local tax collector to address any concerns.

This update is brought to you by Miami traffic ticket lawyer Hochman & Goldin, P.A. We can assist you with criminal traffic violations and we are ready to answer your questions and help you fight your ticket. Please call 305-665-1000 to speak with a Miami expungement attorney.

This information is provided for educational or informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. The information is not provided in the course of an attorney-client relationship and is not intended to substitute for legal advice.