The motor vehicle passenger license plate for Tennesseans with disabilities will look and feel like the blue standard license plate design that hit the roads last year.
The new design is consistent with Public Chapter 761, which calls for the design of license plates issued to people who are disabled or confined to wheelchairs to incorporate the color scheme, base design, and details used in last year’s blue standard license plate design. There are roughly 190,000 license plate registrations for people with disabilities.
Tennesseans with a license plate for people with disabilities will receive their new blue plates at the time of their vehicle registration renewal in 2023. License plates are issued through local county clerk offices and can be renewed in person, online, or by mail. Motorists can visit www.tncountyclerk.com to renew online. If you choose not to renew in person, the renewal fee will include $5 for mailing.