100 Club License Plates

The 100 Club of Anne Arundel County like many other local organizations provides an opportunity for its members to obtain special license plates from the Maryland Department of Motor Vehicles.  The OHC (One Hundred Club) license plates provide our participating members with the ability to proudly display their membership in the 100 Club of Anne Arundel County.

The tag allows your friends and neighbors to see that you actively support the public safety organizations of Anne Arundel County. And when you are on the road, the license plate is also easily identifiable. Don’t be surprised if you get a wave from a neighboring vehicle or an appreciative nod from public safety personnel in an emergency vehicle, including those in other states who are also familiar with 100 Club organizations.

In order to obtain 100 Club tags, you must first be a bona fide member of the 100 Club of Anne Arundel County. You must also be current in yearly dues or a lifetime member.  You will then need to print out the application form, complete the appropriate sections within the yellow box, attach a $25 check payable to the Department of Motor Vehicles and forward it to the Club.


100 Club of Anne Arundel County
c/o Tag Administrator
PO Box 911
Pasadena, Maryland 21123

The 100 Club Tag Administrator will then complete and forward the approved form and check to the MVA. They will process and forward to the recipient their new OHC tags with stickers matching the dates on their existing tags.  The old tags must then be turned into the MVA as soon as possible to avoid any unauthorized use.

 The MVA will not accept a request form for tags that is
not approved by the authorized 100 Club representative.