- Jul 8, 2003
Ohio Removes Front License Plate Requirement, Joining 19 Other States[/url]
As of July 1, the state of Ohio no longer requires vehicles to have a license plate mounted on the front. You still have to put one on the back of the car, of course; the state has not yet descended into unlicensed anarchy. That's great news for those with vehicles that look horrible with a front plate—and those with the currently fashionable huge grilles in front. Not as good news for the cops and people who use Uber to get around.