Not all states require drivers to have a front license plate on their vehicles. Why should we?
That is the question being have among Ohio lawmakers. A move has been made within the state’s recent transportation budget to no longer require drivers to have a front license plate on vehicles.
Senators Joe Uecker (R -Miami Township), and Jay Hottinger (R- Newark) are not in favor of the measure saying its “simply bad law.”
Ohio Debates To Get Rid Of Front License Plates In 2019 was originally published on mycolumbuspower.com