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Hi folks,
I was wondering if someone could put some light on a mass license plate given a CAPR status. I was doing my departments confiscated and lost license plate collection inventory. It was a slow day here Saturday so I ran all of them through CJIS I found most of them were confiscated for revoked insurance ect.... fine understood. Two of the plates which were probably found on the street somewhere had a status of CAPR??? how can that be so when I physically have the plate in my hand. One of the plates were a commercial plate that had two statuses CAPR from Ford leasing company and the same plate# is currently Active on another vehicle out of Stoughton. I thought once the plate got CAPR status the number was not used again. What are the requirements for the registry to categorize the plate as CAPR.
 

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Bige86,
Yes I only had one plate. Like you said they were probably issues two plates and turn one into the registry and got the CAPR status. I knew when the registry decided to issue two plates it was going to be a cluster [email protected]#K. What the RMV should have is a CAPR/LOST status for when only one plate is turned in. Personally I feel the RMV should have stayed with the issuing of one plate. The commercial plate was issued to the first owner 2001 and the current owner in 2004 so your reissue plate scenario is probably correct. Thanks for the information
 
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