Low-Numbered Cape & Islands Plates to be Auctioned Off

On-Line Auction starts this Sunday
Bid on low-numbered Cape & Islands plates starting this Sunday

This weekend you have an exciting opportunity to acquire a low numbered IC license plate during the second ever Cape & Islands License Plate charitable online auction!

From Sunday, August 13 through Friday, August 18, you can bid on Cape and Islands IC license plates numbered from 1 to 999.  Register to bid now!

This is a unique chance to get a low numbered plate that can be passed down for generations! And not only can you get a previously unobtainable plate, your tax-deductible donation will directly help to preserve and protect the Cape & Islands region for future generations.
Does your vehicle already sport a Cape & Islands Plate? How about switching your current one with your own special number? Important numbers could represent birthdays, anniversaries, the day you fell in love, graduated from college, bought (or sold) your boat, or your college football number.

Whether you live here or just love it here, a Cape & Islands license plate makes you a true ambassador of this beautiful destination, and shows your commitment to making this a better place to live and visit.

About the Plate

Introduced in 1996, the Cape & Islands license plate features Nauset Light in Eastham (considered one of the most picturesque and photographed lighthouses in America), along with the cliffs of Siasconset in Nantucket and Gay Head on Martha’s Vineyard. The plate captures the distinct beauty of this coastal region, and is the perfect way to keep alive cherished memories of time spent here.

Revenues from the plate help to make the Cape & Islands a better place to live and visit! Plate revenues support grants, loans, the arts, environmentally compatible economic development programs and the growth of our year-round economy.

Click here to see just some of the hundreds of organizations and programs that have benefited from the Cape Cod & Islands License Plate campaign over the years.

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