If your state issues only one license plate it MUST be displayed on the rear of the car. If your state issues two plates they MUST be displayed, front AND rear.
In the state of Texas, drivers are required to have 2 license plates displayed on the car. One license plate should be in the front and the other plate must be displayed in the rear.
Not all states issue two license plates, but if your state (Indiana) does, it needs to be displayed both front and back.
A license must be displayed properly. How you attach it is your choice.
Yes, Idaho requires front license plate.
You only need one license plate on your car in the state of Idaho. There is only one place to put a license plate on a car, and one required.
There isn't an exception to the front license plate law in Iowa. Regardless of the car type, the car must have a front license plate.
If a state issues two license plates, they BOTH must be displayed on the vehicle - one on the front and one on the rear. If only one is issued, it ALWAYS goes on the rear of the vehicle.
Many states have laws requiring two license plates be displayed on each vehicle, one attached to the front and one attached to the rear. If your car's front bumper is not already equipped with a license plate bracket, you can just drill holes into the plastic bumper (first marking the correct location with a pen poked through the holes in the plate).
No, it is not illegal. New Mexico does not require a front state license plate.
What's the question??? Georgia has one plate to be displayed on the rear of the vehicle.
Yes, by law, you are required to have a front license plate in the state of New Jersey.
yes, i own a 1997 Camry xle and it has a front license plate mount.
The state of Arkansas does not require you have a front license plate. You only need a rear plate.
If it's not legally assigned to the license plate or to the vehicle on which it is displayed, or he is removing it for 'evidentiary' purposes, no.
No, you must have a rear license plate.
A person can remove the front license plate cover on a 1990 Corvette with a screwdriver. The plate can then be replaced with a custom plate or a state plate if required.
I'm not personally familiar whether or not Nevada issues 2 license plates per vehicle, BUT - - if a state issues TWO license plates for every vehicle, then BOTH must be displayed - one in front and one in back.
you need two. A front license plate and a back license plate.
No, that is why the Florida DMV issues only one license plate.
Hawaii license plate laws require two license plates on passenger vehicles - one on the front of the car and another to the rear.
on the bumper?