Save The Honey Bee License Plate
The Georgia Beekeepers Association is proud to offer the Save The Honey Bee license plate to Georgia drivers so they can show their support of local pollinators while on the road.
Each license plate sold helps to educate local beekeepers and the public about honey bees and the importance of pollinators, as well as supports research on honey bee health.
The Save The Honey Bee license plate costs $55 a year in addition to your normal tag registration ($20 annual registration fee and $35 special tag fee), with a one-time
manufacturing fee of $25. The Georgia Beekeepers Association gets $22 from each special tag fee per year. To see how license plate funds have been used from programs ranging from
school education programs and prison apiaries to planting trees for local pollinators, check out our
ongoing fund report here.
How to Buy
If you are already registered in Georgia and would like to change to a Save The Honey Bee tag, visit the Georgia Motor Vehicle website. Click ‘Tag Renewal’ and then search for your car.
Then select ‘yes’ when asked if you want a new plate. Select the Save The Honey Bee plate from the dropdown menu.
If you are registering your vehicle for the first time, select the Save The Honey Bee plate from the dropdown menu.
Your Save The Honey Bee tag can be renewed online like normal plates. Simply note that you would not like to change your current tag after you log in.
To view more information on the plate on the Georgia Motor Vehicle website, click here.
Ask for a Save The Honey Bee license plate at the tag office window. In most cases, you will be issued a temporary plate in the office, and your license plate will be mailed to
you after your visit. A few tag offices have the Save The Honey Bee license plates in stock. If the office is having trouble finding the tag, they can search for the License
Plate Code “BK.”