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Readers: Missouri Should Stay With Front & Rear License Plates

October 22, 2015 Politics/Policy, Transportation 2 Comments

In the unscientific Sunday Poll more than half of those who voted supported sticking with front & rear ;oceans plates.

A post from February featured this Missouri-registered car without with required front plate. Click image to view the post.
A post from February featured this Missouri-registered car without with required front plate. Click image to view the post.

Here are the final results:

Q: Thirty-one states, including Missouri & Illinois, require front & rear license plates. Nineteen states only require rear-facing plates. Where do you thi [poll cut off the end]

Front & rear 15 [51.72%]
Rear only 11 [37.93%]
No plates at all 2 [6.9%]
unsure/no opinion 1 [3.45%]
Front only 0 [0%]

 

I’d like to see better enforcement of front plates, people shouldn’t be allowed to view it as optional if they don’t like how it looks.

— Steve Patterson

 

Currently there are "2 comments" on this Article:

  1. JZ71 says:

    I’m surprised that some of these “cash-starved” tiny “cities” haven’t already been doing this (citing drivers for no front plate).

    This could also be another PITA photo enforcement “opportunity”; it would require multiple cameras, however, to capture both the front and the back of a vahicle as it drives by . . .

     
  2. Sgt Stadanko says:

    how about going after cars, usually old pieces of crap, with expired temp license plates usually from Illinois. I have a hard time believing these people have car insurance. thanks, Sarge

     

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