Ohio House Votes To No Longer Require A Front License Plate On Vehicles
Ohio has required a front plate since 1908
Ohio drivers may no longer be required to have a front license plate on their vehicles if an amendment added to the state transportation budget gets approved.
The issue moved a step closer to reality Thursday after the full House of Representatives voted for the new state transportation budget. The bill now heads to the Ohio Senate.
Ohio has required a front plate since 1908, except 1944-46 when Ohio wanted to conserve steel for the war effort. Owners of specialty cars have lobbied for dropping the front plate for several years.
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