|Quoting Baylorairbear (Reply 2):|
but I'll be damned if anything is gonna be hung from the front of my 575M! I'll gladly pay the fine.
It is a fix it ticket.
|Quoting N312RC (Reply 1):|
I believe the law in California is both front AND back plates are required, the law however may be loosely enforced in some locales, as it is in many states across the country.
It is rather stringently enforced in CA
, to the point that police can and do pull people over for it.
The law in CA
is that you must have front and rear plates on at all times if plates have been issued. This is for one reason, red light cameras, which made their US debut in Beverly Hills, CA
and Oxnard, CA
. If your plates have not been delivered yet, you will have a RS
(Report of Sale) displayed in your windshield and either no plate or the advertisment for the dealer.
No front plate cars were either out of state cars or Californians who are trying their luck. No plates were in all likelyhood new or used cars that had just been purchased and had no plates.