LANCASTER – Community residents who have a damaged license plate can get help replacing it at a free public event hosted by the office of Senator Scott Martin (R-Lancaster) on Tuesday, October 3 in West Lampeter Township.
The license plate replacement event will be held at the West Lampeter Township Building, located at 852 Village Road, from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. Police officers will be on-hand to determine whether a plate needs to be replaced, and assistance will also be available to complete the necessary paperwork to replace a plate.
There is no fee for the service, although PennDOT may apply a fee for replacing vanity plates. Once paperwork for a replacement plate is completed, the new plate will arrive by mail at the requesting individual’s home address.
Questions can be directed to Senator Martin’s office by calling (717) 397-1309.
CONTACT: Jason Thompson