Not advocating you violate the vehicle laws in your state. I lived in a 2 plate state for decades. For a good portion of that time my cars only had one plate.Hello all Cat Family hope all is well and everyone is doing well and feeling well and staying safe. So my question is to all owners who live in a 2 plate state. I live in Texas as it is required so I was wondering how everyone feels about it. I have had my car for a little over 2 years as I don’t drive it much but I really want too. I am tore on having a front plate all the small drives I have been on I haven’t been pulled over but you are talking 5 to 10 miles of most highway and no really intercity driving. I want to enjoy my car more but don’t want to be hassled by the police. I don’t have anything to hide nor have a record of any kind. What do you guys and gals think?
Thank you sorry for the long post.
I got pulled over a few times -- mostly for speeding -- and never once was anything said about the lack of a front plate.
Might mention I never parked on a city/state or federal agency's parking lot which are often patrolled by parking lot "police" and they will write a ticket for no front plate. Or expired registration.
I had the 2nd plate in the car in the trunk and had I been pulled over I could have placed it on the dash to I believe -- at least this is my understanding -- to then be in compliance with having a front plate visible on the car.