Bonus List

STATES THAT DON'T REQUIRE FRONT LICENSE PLATES ON CARS

31 of the 50 U.S. states require both front and rear license plates on cars. The other 19 states only require a license plate on the rear. There is a strong southern bias as all states from Arkansas to North Carolina (and points south) have only rear license plates, yet all New England and Pacific Coast states require both front and rear license plates.

1. Alabama
2. Arizona
3. Arkansas
4. Delaware
5. Florida
6. Georgia
7. Indiana
8. Kansas
9. Kentucky
10. Louisiana
11. Michigan
12. Mississippi
13. New Mexico
14. North Carolina
15. Oklahoma
16. Pennsylvania
17. South Carolina
18. Tennessee
19. West Virginia



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