Amateur Radio License Plates Information and Form

Link to Tennessee Dept of Revenue where the application for Amateur Radio License Plates is located.  Currently on page 2.
The Tennessee Legislature eliminated the requirement for paying a $25 fee for amateur radio plates. The governor signed the new law on May 21, 2018 and it became effective May 23, 2018.  You are no longer required to pay a $25 fee if you do not belong to ARES or have approval from your county EMA director.
Text of the bill as enacted is as follows:
SB1588
SENATE BILL 1588
By
Bell
AN ACT
to amend Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 6,
Chapter 54, Part 1 and Title 55, Chapter 4, Part 2,
relative to amateur radio license plates.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF TENNESSEE:
SECTION 1.
Tennessee Code Annotated, Section 55-4-229(e)(2), is amended by
deleting the subdivision and substituting instead the following:
(2) Notwithstanding this part to the contrary, to be eligible for an amateur radio
license plate without paying the fee prescribed by § 55-4-203(a)(4)(A)(ii) in addition to
the regular fee for the plate, the registrant shall furnish proof to the commissioner,
through the county clerk, that the registrant:
(A) Has credentials approved by the county emergency management director; or
(B) Holds a class license as an amateur radio operator issued by the
federal communications commission.
SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon becoming a law, the public welfare requiring it.