That reminds me of the time I bought a used Honda Prelude. It was an '85 about 15 yrs. ago,and as I test drove it I noticed the front plate was missing. Upon asking the owner, he said that he didn't like the way it looked with it on, so he had the plate in the trunk with the bracket. He got stopped several times over the years but told the cops that he was going to mount it but hadn't done it yet. They let him go everytime, not even a warning. I don't have that kind of luck, so as soon as I got the car, I put my plate on the front.
i have my original rear plate mounted but not the front. i looked up as tartan jack said but they only specify that you need it in the front and the back. i think ima try the number idea and hope to get away with no real front plate
I drove a car without a front plate in California for about five years without any problem and then got two tickets in one month while it was parked in a mall parking lot! Having the plate in the trunk wouldn't have helped.
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