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I agree with all of you especially Odyssey. I will be putting the plate back on this weekend.
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2014 Mustang GT Premium 6R80Modifications: Kooks catback exhaust, JLT driver and passenger side oil separators, Avant Garde M510 wheels with Hankook Ventus V12 tires, Koni yellows, Maximum motorsport road and track springs, Maximum motorsports caster camber plates, BMR lower control arms, BMR relocation brackets, BMR upper control arm AND MOUNT, mrt black hood struts, BMR adjustable panhard bar,
This is my 2009 Mustang GT Premium, there are many like it, but this one is mine!
Brilliant Silver/Black, 5 speed manual, 3:55 gears, 18" wheels, Microsoft Sync and 93 octane tune configuration from Brenspeed. All original chalk car. Past Mustang owned, Black 07 GT Premiun, 5 speed manual.
Patiently waiting for Ford to design my next Mustang! Letís get with it Ford!
technically the law doesn't state that the plates have to be on the bumper. it only says it has to be visible from the front and rear of the vehicle. i have an 07 gt/cs with no front plates. i keep my extra plate in between my seat and console if i need to throw it on the dash real quick. i've been pulled over many times and questioned about the plates but never a ticket.
This is correct. Here's a direct quote from the TX DPS FAQ:
"How Many License Plates Am I Required To Display?
State law requires that you display two (2) license plates, one to the front and one to the rear. Placement or mounting of license plates is not defined."
You have the bracket there, use it and avoid the possibility of getting pulled over for it at an inopportune time.
I drive about 70% with them on and 30% with them not on. But I know when they are on, and I'm not exceeding any speed limits, I know there are no reasons to get pulled over.
Mike - 2005 Stroked/Forged/Cammed V8 (5.0L.); twin-turbo build underway
- 2006 4.0 V6 with PH Turbo and TR6060
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