Do you need two license plates in California?
I only received one plate in the mail and have been driving that way (in Los Angeles) for 4 years. However a policeman stopped me yesterday and said I must have both front and back plates.
When a car has two license plates which end gets yearly registration sticker does the back get checked?
Pottsylvania license plates are consist of three letters Two license plates are considered the same if and only if they contain the same three letters in the same order How many Pottsylvania license?
If automobile license plates consist of two letters followed by four digits how many different license plates ae possible if letters and numbers can be repeated?
Do I need to get a California driver's license if I have one from another state but will be working in California for the next two years?
You need one of two possible proofs of handicapness. You need the little hadicapped placard that hangs from your rearview mirror or the hadicapped license plates. You also need proof on your Driver's License. You will need the blue badge displayed on the dash board. And you may need the time clock which accompanies the badge, dependant on where you are parked.
Regardless of the state - if it issues two license plates one MUST be shown on the front AND the rear of the vehicle to which it is assigned. Answer: Yes, in California a front l license plate is mandatory for all motor vehicles other than motorcycles as provided for by Californian Motor Vehicle Code Section 4850.
It depends upon the type of vehicle and the jurisdiction in which you registered the vehicle. Generally, motorcycles and trailers require only one license plate. In North America, all passenger vehicles have at least one license plate affixed to the rear of the vehicle, and in some jurisdictions, a duplicate license plate is affixed to the front of the passenger vehicle. . If the motor vehicles licensing office in your jurisdiction issued you two license…
Depending on where you live, you may not need a front license plate. Many provinces & states only require a rear license plate. Check with your Registry of Motor Vehicles (or equivalent). (In THE US) If your state requires front license plates, you need to contact a parts dealer for your vehicle make to find out what they have to offer. All car makes offer a front license plate bracket. It will be worth it…