Driver's Ed Chapter 9 Notes License Plates/Handicapped Plates

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Driver's Ed Chapter 9 Notes License Plates/Handicapped Plates
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  1. For passenger vehicles, one license plate must be attached to the front of the vehicle and the other to the rear at least how many inches?
    12 inches
  2. For passenger vehicles, one license plate must be attached to the front of the vehicle and the other to the rear less than how many inches above the ground?
    48 inches
  3. The rear plate must be lighted so it is visible from how many feet away, at night?
    50 feet
  4. What is the fine for using license plate covers or holders that obscure or conceal any lettering on the license plate?
    $100
  5. Who should you report to about lost or stolen license plates?
    Local Police
  6. What is the time limit for replacing lost or damaged plates?
    24 hours
  7. To obtain a temporary placard where do you go to get an application?
    The chief of police
  8. To obtain a temporary placard who must certify for the need of a placard?
    Doctor
  9. To obtain a temporary placard what is the fee for when you return the completed application to the police department?
    $5
  10. How long is a placard good for?
    6 months
  11. Where must placards be displayed?
    vehicle's rearview mirror
  12. Handicapped plates must renewed every...
    Year
  13. Placards must be renewed every...
    3 Years

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