Support of missing or exploited children.
1.Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, the Department, in cooperation with the Director of the Clearinghouse established pursuant to NRS 432.170, shall design, prepare and issue license plates for the support of missing or exploited children. The license plates must be inscribed with a hand. The Department may designate any appropriate colors for the license plates. The Department shall not design, prepare or issue the license plates unless it receives at least 250 applications for the issuance of those plates.
2.The Department may issue license plates for the support of missing or exploited children for any passenger car or light commercial vehicle upon application by any person who is entitled to license plates pursuant to NRS 482.265 and who otherwise complies with the requirements for registration and licensing pursuant to this chapter. A person may request that personalized prestige license plates issued pursuant to NRS 482.3667 be combined with license plates for the support of missing or exploited children if that person pays the fees for the personalized prestige license plates in addition to the fees for the license plates for the support of missing or exploited children pursuant to subsections 3 and 4.
3.The fee for license plates for the support of missing or exploited children is $35, in addition to all other applicable registration and license fees and governmental services taxes. The license plates are renewable upon the payment of $10.
4.In addition to all fees for the license, registration and governmental services taxes, a person who requests a set of license plates for the support of missing or exploited children must pay for the initial issuance of the plates an additional fee of $15 and for each renewal of the plates an additional fee of $10 to carry out the provisions of NRS 432.150 to 432.220, inclusive.
5.The Department shall deposit the fees collected pursuant to subsection 4 with the State Treasurer for credit to the Account for License Plates for the Support of Missing or Exploited Children created pursuant to NRS 432.154.
6.If, during a registration period, the holder of license plates issued pursuant to the provisions of this section disposes of the vehicle to which the plates are affixed, the holder may retain the plates and:
(a)Affix them to another vehicle which meets the requirements of this section if the transfer and registration fees are paid as set out in this chapter; or
(b)Within 30 days after removing the plates from the vehicle, return them to the Department.
Section 482.3793 — Support of missing or exploited children.,