WISCONSIN — The Wisconsin DMV has announced two new Brewers license plates available for purchase.
As the Brewers continue through a pandemic season, the Wisconsin DMV is giving Brewers fans another opportunity to support their crew.
Now, you have two new options when it comes to supporting the crew on your vehicle.
If you head to WisconsinDMV.gov/SpecialPlates, you will find two new designs. The first is a ball-in-glove design similar to the one on the Brewers' new jerseys.
The other option is the Wisconsin state design which features an outline of our state with Cream City brick, an industrial block “M,” and a baseball representing Milwaukee’s location.
This design is also one that can be seen on the new Brewers' jerseys unveiled at the end of last season.
Both plates incorporate the navy blue and gold colors that represent the Brewers.
There are several fees that come along with the plate if you choose to buy one. The fees include an annual $25 fee which goes towards the Southeast Wisconsin Professional Baseball Park District dedicated solely to Ballpark maintenance. However, two percent of it also goes to the Brewers.
There's also a $15 insurance fee, the regular vehicle registration fee, and a $15 annual fee if you choose to personalize your plate.
If you wish to order a Brewers license plate, you must do it online or through the mail. For more information, click here.