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wat if you left the plate on the dash in the window? probably wouldnt matter right?
Cops never seem to like that for some reasonOriginally Posted by MexiCanSTi
Friends a nj cop and said they are gonna be doing away with the front plates due to money issues.They also did away with the registration stickers that go on the plates.
Whatever.I was standing there with him and 3 other cops when he said it.So.Whatever.It was a big subject.
3 people agreeing on something doesn't make it accurate. Anyway, I got holes in my bumper now that I put the front plate on after getting 3 tickets in a week for not having it.
You're required to have one on the front of the car, and the dash is not an acceptable spot.
When you title and register a vehicle, MVC will issue you two license plates, one for the front and one for the rear of the car (or one plate for trailers, motorized bicycles, and motorcycles). Plates must be clean and visible at all times. The rear plate, even if reflectorized, must be lighted so that it shows from 50 feet at night. Using license plate holders that obscure or conceal any lettering on the license plate is a violation subject to a fine.
Last edited by IMPREZvWRX; 05-08-2005 at 08:49 PM.
my bro in law is a cop, and he hasnt mentioned anything about NJ losing the front plates...so i doubt its gonna happen. if it does, sweet deal
other than that it just might be all talk...ya kno