(1) If a specialty license plate requested by an organization is approved by law,
the organization must submit the proposed art design for the specialty license plate
to the department, in a medium prescribed by the department, as soon as practicable,
but no later than 60 days after the act approving the specialty license plate becomes
(2)(a) Within 120 days following the specialty license plate becoming law, the department
shall establish a method to issue a specialty license plate voucher to allow for the
presale of the specialty license plate. The processing fee as prescribed in s. 320.08056, the service charge and branch fee as prescribed in s. 320.04, and the annual use fee as prescribed in s. 320.08056 shall be charged for the voucher. All other applicable fees shall be charged at the time of issuance of the license
(b) Within 24 months after the presale specialty license plate voucher is established,
the approved specialty license plate organization must record with the department
a minimum of 1,000 voucher sales before manufacture of the license plate may commence. If, at the conclusion of the 24-month presale period, the minimum sales requirements
have not been met, the specialty plate is deauthorized and the department shall discontinue
development of the plate and discontinue issuance of the presale vouchers. Upon deauthorization of the license plate, a purchaser of the license plate voucher
may use the annual use fee collected as a credit towards any other specialty license
plate or apply for a refund on a form prescribed by the department.
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