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Re: California and florida License Plates??

Have a Lithuanian license plate in front of my 86 5kcst. Supposedly this is
illegal in MD but you'd be surprised at the sheer number of state and county
cops i've encountered on the road. No reaction whatsoever.


86 5kcst
----- Original Message -----
From: Ken Keith <auditude@neta.com>
To: <quattro-digest@audifans.com>
Sent: Monday, July 26, 1999 6:06 PM
Subject: Re: California and florida License Plates??

> We once did that with a passenger side mirror (required if your rear
> window is tinted in the Peoples Republik of Kalifornia).  Just duct
> taped it onto the door, and took it off later.
> No front plate required in AZ.  That's why I bought another front
> bumper for my 4ksq, it doesn't have holes in it for the plate.
> Anyone wanna buy my perfect front bumper that does have the
> plate mounting holes?  They're clean, stock holes, but they're
> holes.
> Ken
> Michael Williams <mike@urquattro.com> wrote:
> >
> > Well, i refuse to install one on my UrQ.  I got stopped once and was
> > issued a ticket.  I then proceded to bend my extra license plate in
> > wedge it up under the bumper cover between the bumper itself and the
> > bumper so that half was inside and the other half hung down.  I then
> > racers tape to hold it in place while i drove to find a police officer
> > sign off on it.  He looked at it, signed off on it, and i took off.
> > i turned the corner, i immediately removed it again and now keep it in
> > trunk for future use.  Next time i will just say, i have it officer, but
> > it fell off recently and i havent been able to reinstall it.
> >
> > If you get a ticket, its just a fix it ticket that has something like a
> > 10 dollar processing fee....i would rather have one of those every
> > years than have to go around with an ugly front license plate....
> >