Mass. RMV to hold low plate lottery drawing
BOSTON — The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) announced that the Registry of Motor Vehicles will hold the 2020 Low Plate Lottery drawing on Sept. 14 during a virtual event which will begin at 9:30 a.m. The drawing will be livestreamed on Mass.Gov at https://livestream.com/accounts/20617794/events/9296002.
This year, nearly 12,000 low number plate lottery applications were received for 100 available, eligible plates, including 6P, 751, V35, K5, 2042 and T31, according to a press release. Lottery results, including the names of winners, will be posted on Mass.Gov/RMV by the close of business on Tuesday, Sept. 15, and customers selected for a low number plate will be directly notified via mail after the drawing takes place with instructions on how to register their new plate.
Entries for the 2020 lottery were required to be submitted online by Sept. 6, to be eligible for the drawing. While there was no cost to apply to the lottery, if an applicant is selected as a winner, there is a fee to receive the license plate and there is a standard registration fee. Low number plates must be renewed every two years.
Lottery Rules and Eligibility Requirements
• Only one entry per applicant will be accepted, regardless of the number of active registrations the applicant has.
• An applicant must be a Massachusetts resident with a currently active, registered, and insured passenger vehicle.
• Companies/corporations may not apply.
• MassDOT (Registry of Motor Vehicles, Highway, Mass Transit, and Aeronautics) employees, including contract employees, and their immediate family members are not eligible. (“Immediate family member” refers to one’s parents, spouse, children, and brothers & sisters.)
• Requests for specific plate numbers will not be honored. Eligible applicants will be considered for all plates listed. Plates will be awarded in the order in which they are listed on Mass.Gov/RMV.
• An applicant’s registration and license cannot be in a non-renewal, suspended, or revoked status at the time of entry, the time of the drawing, or the time of the plate swap. As such, an applicant must not have any outstanding excise taxes, parking tickets, child support, warrants, or unpaid E-ZPass/ Fast Lane violations.
• By law, lottery winners must be announced by Sept. 15. Lottery results will be available on the RMV website: Mass.Gov/RMV
• All winners will be notified by the RMV in writing with instructions on how to transfer their current registration to their new lottery plate. Winners will have until Dec. 31, 2020 to swap their plates. Unclaimed plates will be forfeited after that date. Plates will be registered to the winning applicant only, according to the release.
• All plates remain the property of the RMV even after registration.
• All information received, including names of all applicants and the list of winners, is subject to release in accordance with the Massachusetts Public Records law.BOSTON\u00a0— The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) announced that the Registry of Motor…
2020 Low Plate Lottery Winners
Winners will receive a letter with instructions on the registration process.
We will only register the lottery plate drawn to the individual listed below. Plates not claimed after December 31, 2020 will be forfeited and we will contact the alternate winners in order of names drawn.
See complete list of winners and alternate winners below.
Please note that the list of winners is still subject to Registry review to ensure all winners have met the requirements of the application process, including, that winners have no conflict of interest in being eligible to be a lottery winner.Congratulations to this year's Lottery Plate winners! ]]>