Yes, both a front and a back license plate is required by law. Unless: Ryhed wrote: LICENSE (REGISTRATION) PLATES - Missouri law requires that license plates be securely fastened to a vehicle, and that all parts of the plates are visible and clean for view or inspection by any law enforcement entity. If you have frames around your license plates, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reminds you that the frames must not cover any part of the plates. If you receive two plates, you must place one on the front and one on the back of your vehicle. If you have a trailer or a motorcycle, you will only receive one plate, which must be on the back of your vehicle. If you have a truck licensed in excess of 12,000 pounds, you will only receive one plate, which must be placed on the front of the truck. If you want a second plate, it must be specifically requested. You must place the original plate on the front of your truck and if a second plate is issued, it must be placed on the rear of the truck.
The state of Texas does not require a car to have to license plates. The only license plate required should be on the back of the automobile.
A front and Back are required on passenger vehicles, heavy duty trucks have a front one. Motorcycles have on on the back.
All cars in Missouri are required by law to have both a front and rear plate. The only exception are some rural farm vehicles that have a limit on the distance that they can be from home and they still have to have a front plate but not a back one due to the fact that the plates get torn up so much hooking large trailers to them. Audi vehicles are absolutely not an exception to the two plate rule.
you need two. A front license plate and a back license plate.
San Andreas License Plate. Or Miami License plate... or any license plate. You get the idea. Also, the old standard, "lower back tattoo" works.
No, in Uruguay is obligatory to have the legal licence plate in the back. You can use the other legal licence plate they give you in the front also or put whatever you want.
temporarily you will still need to get a front plate and stickers for the back
This is from the CT DMV website:How many license plates am I required to display on my vehicle?For passenger and most other types of registrations, you will be issued two plates. State law requires that you display one on the front and one on the back of the vehicle.
If your license plate is run by the police and it comes back as expired, suspended, etc. then they can pull you over.
According to my dad i think that they are not legally able to suspend your license plate until you can pay the payments back.
License plate numbers are found on license plates. License plates are commonly found on the front and back fenders of a car. They can be found on the trunk of certain car models as well.
Through AAA Office you can register and get a temporary license plate. I think you can!!!!!
If it comes with a plate mount it will be under the rear of the seat or by the back mudguard (if equipped).
In back to the future, the delorean time machines licence plate read 'outatime'.
Most states only issue one ... for the back.
under the back license plate
You only need the back license plate. Just one
The State of Maryland requires two license plates on all registered vehicles, one attached to the front of the car and one to the back The fine for not having the required number of plates is $55 (as of 2007)