Do I need to return my Ohio license plates?
Regarding this, what do you do with old license plates in Ohio?
Put them in an aluminum recycling bin at your local recycling center. If you choose this option, it is very important to remove all the month and year decals from the license plate and destroy it by bending it, scratching it up, or cutting it into pieces.
Subsequently, question is, what states require you to return license plates? We've learned 16 states—Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Rhode Island, Vermont, Delaware, Kansas, Kentucky, South Carolina, Florida—require you to turn in your license plates to them when you move.
Regarding this, how do I cancel my Ohio license plates?
Customer Request to Cancel Vehicle Registration
- Please print and complete the Customer Request to Cancel Vehicle Registration Form.
- Submit to your local BMV field office. Click HERE to find the BMV location closest to you.
What is needed to transfer plates in Ohio?
You will need proof of current, active registration for the vehicle that you are transferring the license plates from, and you will need to have the title certificate of the car that you are transferring the license plates to.