License plates are needed for car identification. When a license plate expires, the plate must be returned to the local department of motor vehicles.
In Mississippi the plates remain with the car. You need to call the bank. They will give them to you most likely. File a stolen report and sue the lender in court.They do not have a right to your plates nor your personal propery.SUE THE BANK/LENDER NOT THE REPO MORON !!! You should Report The Plates Stolen and if someone gets cought with them That will be on the bank or the person that lent them out In Georgia the plates are to be returned to the debtor. they dont stay with the car anymore
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.
You can buy the registration plates if you have a vehicle.
It is possible to find original black plates for a 1966 Mustang coupe. You can contact local car restore shops for details.
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.
Call the police, if you can see the plates write it down and tell the police. Make sure your doors are locked and drive to a police station if possible.