Phillips-Hill to Host Free License Plate Replacement Event in Western York County

HEIDELBERG TWP – In an effort to enhance road safety and accessible state government, Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York) will host a license plate replacement event for motorists who live in western York County. 

Last year, more than 100 residents from the eastern part of the county benefited from the initiative, receiving replacement plates that met legal standards. Building on this success, Phillips-Hill is hosting this event free of charge to local residents. 

“Winter weather can wreak havoc on the legibility of license plates and this event will allow motorists who are concerned whether their license plate is illegible to check with local law enforcement and begin the process of getting a new license plate delivered to them in a timely manner,” Phillips-Hill said. “If you are in doubt, come out to our event on April 25.”  

Date:            April 25 

Time:           5-7 p.m. 

Location:   Northern York County Regional Police Department 
                    Officer David Tome Substation 
                    6115 Thoman Drive 
                    Spring Grove, PA 17362 

Criteria for Eligibility: 

  • Plates where one or more numbers or letters cannot be recognized from a distance of 50 feet.
  • Plates displaying signs of blistering, peeling, discoloration, or loss of reflectivity.

Law enforcement officials will be present to inspect plates and determine eligibility. Replacement plates are provided free of charge, and assistance will be available to fill out necessary forms, which will be hand-delivered to PennDOT. Replacement plates will be conveniently mailed directly to recipients’ doorsteps. 

All residents are invited to participate in the event.  

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