New Mexico License PlatesStickers
black on white
black on white
This optional base became available in 1999, but it was replaced in 2010 by the optional Centennial plate. Balloon plates are no longer available, but they are still valid.
Apparently issued NM1234, 1NM234, 12NM34, 123NM4, 1234NM, then AA 001 to BZ 999, then CAA001 to DZZ999. The E series was skipped on the balloon plates, so FAA001 followed DZZ999. The series ended at LGP999.
Kyle Wasson - 17 Oct ’11
This plate is missing "Land of Enchantment" and the plant in the lower left corner. The wheelchair logo is on the left, and H/P was originally stacked on the right, but now it has shifted to the left after 9999 H/P. "Handicapped" is embossed below the numbers.
The latest high for this type was on the Centennial base.
Andrew Turnbull - 30 Dec ’18
This new plate is available only to residents of Las Cruces. When a person holding a special City of Las Cruces registration plate ceases to reside in Las Cruces, that person shall immediately remove the special City of Las Cruces registration plate from the vehicle; return it to the Motor Vehicle Division; and exchange it for another plate.
For purposes of plate issuance to residents of Las Cruces, the vehicle's current registration must show a Las Cruces (street or P.O. Box) address. No additional proof of residence is required.
The fee payable for the initial issuance of a special City of Las Cruces registration plate and for each subsequent renewal is thirty-seven dollars ($37.00) in addition to regular vehicle registration fees. Twenty-five dollars ($25.00) of the fee collected for each registration plate shall be distributed to the city of Las Cruces Recreation Fund.
Willie C. Brock, Jr. - 28 Aug ’12