Is it required to have front license plates in some states? I've never had one, and the only ones I see in sc are decorative
@Janky McSkanky, in Massachusetts you are required to have a front license plate, idk about other states
@Janky McSkanky, In Texas you are required (with exceptions to some commercial vehicles)
@Janky McSkanky, Illinois
@Janky McSkanky, some do and some don’t. some require inspection stickers and some just require annual registration tags on the plate. Funny little automotive world
@kermit64, also required in Minnesota
@Janky McSkanky, Virginia, required.
@Janky McSkanky, In NY you can get fined for not having either a front or back plate. They require both here
@Janky McSkanky, they vary state to state, however you only have to obey the law of the state the vehicle is registered in. So you can have a rear only vehicle in Virginia if it's registered in South Carolina for example.
@Janky McSkanky, yep, in Washington State.
@Janky McSkanky, Vermont as well
@Janky McSkanky, Arizonan't
@Janky McSkanky, don't know if it's required by law but California has em
@Janky McSkanky, Oregon requires both front and back
@thatonekairu, technically, but I keep mine off unless I’m going to Monterey or SF (and even then I just zip tie it on for the meter maids), and no cop has cared so far
@tard in space, NY ftw
@Janky McSkanky, in California it’s required but nobody has one because being cool overrides abiding by the law.
@kermit64, you only need to have one plate here and you can decided front or back. I think MA got more lax to match a national standard
In Ohio you are but we recently passed a bill that says as of next year (I think) you dont
Looks like a commercial plate from CA, small pickup I think
No crap. That’s literally why they have raised numbers/letters...
Dash cams are pretty cheap, get a front and rear facing setup and never worry about accidents, even when parked
@UncommonSense, I love mine.
@UncommonSense, you sure about that? You need a specific dash cam that can record while the car is parked and turned off at night. And those aren’t cheap and are a drain on your car battery. Well for most people they aren’t. Because I don’t consider $150+ to be cheap. Not including the extra hardware needed to keep it from completely draining your battery.
At least the last time I looked them up there weren’t many that could record if your car gets hit in the middle the night and were all fairly expensive.
@Seohn, oh, I just meant when your car was on and in park. Should’ve specified
This is about 7 years old
Something looks off about the damage pattern to me. Were the outboard halves of the taillights already missing?