• Nope. Plates are supposed to me mounted in the front and rear of the vehicle. The rear one is especially important as it must be illuminated at night.
  • Not illegal, but you will be pulled over for it. We had a 99 Grand Am with no front mount and we were pulled over constantly by Texas DPS officers. They say, oh well... drill holes in your bumper and get it out of your window. BS, but keeps you from being hasseled.
  • Yes it is illegal in several states that zi checked on. I suggest you run that question through Google along with the name of the state where you live. If you wind up in an accident that sharp edged plate could become a lethal projectile.
  • Not in a window. It needs to be properly mounted.
  • Well...yes, I think in most U.S. states it is a "moving violation" (on the same level as having a braking light that doesn't work). Typically, license plates are required to be visibly mounted on a rear bumper ***and lit at night***, and the license mounting location on a rear bumper provides that necessary light. *** Front license plates: some states require them, some do not. Apparently the front license plate does not need to be lit at night, even in states that require a front license plate.

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