Which States Don't Require a Front License Plate?

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In a recent story we detailed why 31 states and Washington, D.C., require front license plates in addition to the one on the rear bumper.

Here are the comprehensive lists of the states with one or two license plates, according to a 2012 study by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute on the benefits and drawbacks of having two license plates instead of one.

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By David Thomas | October 24, 2013 | Comments (4)
Tags: Advice

Comments 

George

Here is an idea: only commercial vehicles, which have the privilege of using the Public way, need a license plate.

You don't need permission to engage in your right to travel.

e

Hey George, what about letting 10 years old drive? They have rights too!

George

Are 10 year olds adults? Not in today's arrested development society.
Read some history books where 12 year olds went to sea, and some became captains by age 15/16.

meh

You have a right to travel, you don't have a right to travel by automobile.

A driver's license is a privilege not a right.

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