Auburn University tag now available for motorcycles
Auburn fans living in Alabama can ride in style by purchasing the Auburn University license plate, which is now available for motorcycles. Auburn tags for both cars and motorcycles can be obtained at local county license offices with the choice of a six-character tag or a personalized tag.
The cost of either one is $55 in addition to the normal tag cost of $24.25, if purchasing for the first time. Tag renewals for subsequent years of the same design and characters will be $50 in addition to the normal tag cost. These tags may be purchased at any time, regardless of your tag renewal month.
Proceeds from the sale of Auburn tags in Alabama go to the Auburn University "License to Learn" Scholarship Endowment Fund, a statewide program that raises funds for freshman scholarships.
Auburn tags are also available in Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, Mississippi, South Carolina, North Carolina, Maryland, and Texas. Tag sales from North Carolina, South Carolina, and Texas also benefit scholarships.
Get your Auburn tag today and help support scholarships. For more information on the tag program, go to www.auburn.edu/cartags.
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