I received a new car plate, is this a mistake?
I received a new license plate for my car, is this a mistake? Abel was surprised when, upon renewing his car registration with the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV), he received a yellow envelope with a new license plate for his car. He thought it was a mistake since he had not requested any change in the plate. “What could have happened? Did these people make a mistake?” Abel wondered. He asked his wife Amalia if she had received any notification to authorize the change, but she was just as surprised and denied having made any request. “Darling, how could I change it if, by chance, our plate is the date we met? NOVM25.”
The reality is that neither of them requested the plate change. What happened was that FLHSMV renews vehicle plates every 10 years to ensure safety on the roads and reduce the risk of fraud. There is no mystery to it. Vehicle plates tend to deteriorate over time due to exposure to the elements, which can make them difficult to read by security cameras and police.
If you have received a new license plate, it is not a mistake. Contact your insurance company and update the information in your policy. You should do the same if you have a SunPass account and in all parking applications where your vehicle is registered to avoid any fines in the future.
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