What Does a Front License Plate Look like for the State of California?

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The front of a license plate for the state of California looks just like the back license plate. It is also required to have both licenses plates on or you may get a ticket.
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1. Visit the California Department of Motor Vehicles website (a link to the site's Request for Record Information page is provided in the Resources section) 2. Download the Request
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Many American states are now strictly enforcing laws that require vehicles to display two license plates (on the rear and front of the vehicle) One possible benefit of front license
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The standard CA license plate is white with a red "California" script
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the number is dwindling fast. The use of automated cameras to catch speeders and intersection violation has mandated the use of two photos (front and rear) for confirmation purposes
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