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.
It is illegal to have any kind of cover on license plate in Virgina.
If you live in Cuba, a Florida license will not be required to operate a scooter in Iowa. You must have an Iowa license.
Yes.. In Iowa you are required to have 2 plates. One on the front bumper and one on the rear bumper. They say that it is for better identification and for police/law enforcement as well.
No, an Iowa marriage license is only valid in Iowa. You need a license valid in the location where the marriage is to take place.
You get 3 tickets (in any state) they yank your license
Not, you can't, until your suspension period is up in Iowa.
You cannot. Iowa does not issue civil union licenses. A same-sex couple (or an opposite-sex couple) can get a legal marriage license in Iowa.
You have to get your situation sorted out with the state of Iowa before you could get one in Tennessee.
Short answer, none.
Probably NO. Anything that obscures the plate from being easily readable would be against the law. In some jurisdictions the charge is worded "Obscured Tag." Iowa Code Section 321.37(3) states that "It is unlawful for the owner of a vehicle to place any frame around or over the registration plate which does not permit full view of all numerals and letters print on the registration plate."
No. Getting married means you are married in Iowa.
no. laws regarding trailers though may vary, you will need to check those out by municipality. what about on a motorcycle, the state trooper said it was illegal ??
You have to get your hunting license.
I'm not sure you can find the county with those letters. There are only 6 counties starting with M... * Madison * Mahaska * Marion * Marshall * Mills * Muscatine The county name should be on the bottom of the plate. Here is a history of Iowa license plates since 1969: http://www.15q.net/ia.html
as of now... no
No. No identification is requested at the polls for Iowa voters.
most likely it's not. anything in Iowa has to have a plate on it to be street legal.
Your driver's license, whatever type, is issued by the state of your legal residence.
Not until the suspension period is over.