You can not drive any car without plates,but you can get temperory paper stickers if you contact the rto
any thing that the car company gives
Lamborghinis DO have number plates as any road-worthy car must.
The Plates are not 'your' plates, they belong to the STATE that you have registered your car with. If the STATE wants their plates back for any reason, they could have the POLICE get them from you by a number of ways.So to answer your question... Yes the POLICE can take the "STATE'S" license plates from your car if they are instructed to do so by the STATE.
no those plates match that car you will get in more trouble for switching plates than not haning any at all
No. The plates need to be on the same car they are registered to, so you can't go take the plates off a car of a dead person and put them on a different car. Let's say you inherit the car so you would go have the car put in your name and the plates would stay on the car but in your name. If you took the plates off a car to use on another car that would be stealing the plates. This could result in arrest.
It can eat parts of a car such as the license plates and any other pieces if they are small enough
When you sell a used car in California the plates stay on the car. After selling aÊused vehicle in California a title transfer needs to be done.
If you have plates on it, and you intend to keep those plates, then yes.
You can use any car, it just has to have L plates on and has to be road-worthy.
No, all registrations include a safety inspection.
This varies by state. In Colorado, any vehicle older than 25 years qualifies for the "Collector Vehicle" plates.
The numbers of letter and numbers allowed on personalized car reg plates ranges from 8-10 depending on where one procures the personalized car reg plates.
Yes. Getting insurance and plates with a salvaged title car should not be a problem. It shouldn't affect any of that... the only thing you need to worry about is if the place you got the car from properly fixed all of the problems on the vehicle.
Yes, the plates are your property. You may reclaim your property.
For a car, standard license plates cost $78.
Return you license plates to Dept of Motor Vehicles.
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No. The car must be registered to you.
yes, it does