I have purchased a 95 Firebird Pro Am III which currently does not
have a front license plate holder.
Does anybody know the current state law regarding plates in Virginia.
I have looked at the VA DMV website and it seams to state that you
must have two plates. I also seam to remember a possible waiver due to
the state cannot make you modify the car.
Any clarifications would be most appreciated.
Need Plates on front and back. (Don't look now, but lots of people
don't comply.) If you choose not to put a plate on the front of your
vehicle, you _can_ be sited. Is a cop going to harass you for it unless
your pulled over for something else? Probably not.
'01 Formula - MTI Air Box Lid, K&N Filter, Hurst-6,
SLP Cold Air Induction & Smooth Intake Bellow
Corsa Catback w/Premium Tips
'83 V45 Magna
If they happen to notice you don't have a front plate, they'll let
either pull you over right then or follow yyou until they find a
reason to pull you over. Same with DC and Maryland police, since all
three places require front and rear plates. I got a parking ticket in
DC for no front plate, on my old pickup. Had to pay the ticket before
I could renew my Driver's License.
97 Formula Convertible
LT-1 with 6 speed
I may live in Virginia, But I'm really a Tennessean
jay email@example.com (Jay Barboza) wrote in message
Huh? Why don't yo go to the dealer and get the correct front license
plate bracket? I don't think installation of the bracket (your car was
delivered to the dealer with one) would be considered a "modification"
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