What states require only one license plate?

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New Mexico is one of the few that has only one plate in the back. However, there is current legislation to change this to two plates in the next two years. (by 2009) These states only require one rear plate. Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, West Virginia.
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If your state requires you to have 2 license plates and your vehicle came with only one when you bought it then how do you fight a ticket in court?

Answer . \nI suspect you're screwed. Save your money, pay your fine, move on.\n. \nIt's the owner's responsibility to properly display license plates, and if you can't b

What states require both license plate?

\n. \nThese states only require one rear plate. If your state is not listed it requires one on the front and rear. \n. \nAlabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georg
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Why do states require license plates on the front?

Many American states are now strictly enforcing laws that require vehicles to display two license plates (on the rear and front of the vehicle). One possible benefit of front
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Why do the states with 2 license plates require two?

This is to make it easier to identify the vehicle from the front or the rear. Many states with high population or high crime will require two license plates.