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Beginning Wednesday, any vehicle owner whose license plate frame covers up
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The General Assembly passed the law last year to make sure numbers, letters,
the state name and the number and month on the registration renewal sticker can
"It has been a year. We have Danny Amendola Jersey not issued any
citations for this violation up to this point. We've given verbal warnings or
written warnings," said Sgt. Jeff Gordon, spokesman for the state Highway
Violators can be penalized up to $100, but Gordon said troopers can use
discretion to decide whether a plate frame is illegal. The law applies only to
vehicles registered in North Carolina.
State Sen. Malcolm Graham, D Mecklenburg, said he plans to take the frame
off his license plate before Wednesday after a WRAL News crew found the frame
obscured the state name on the plate of his BMW, which was parked outside the
But George Outlaw said he doesn't know why he needs to remove his license
plate frame, which he says adds "pizazz" to his pickup.
License plate cover? Drivers could face fine
"I don't see where it's actually a problem because it's Dont'a Hightower Patriots Jersey
not covering up the whole state," Outlaw said.
Gordon said many states use the same red, white and blue color scheme that
North Carolina uses on their license plates, so it's harder for law enforcement
officers to obtain registration information if they can't see the state
"A lot of times, if you can't see the state or the year and the month. Then,
what we'll find a lot of times is people sometimes hide that because either
they have a lapse in insurance or their tags are fictitious. So, it becomes an
officer safety issue," he said.
"As you get your tag, as it comes off the production line, put it on the
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I'll probably just have to take (the frame) off and make it legal," Outlaw
I am all for law enforcement being able to identify with certainty the
validity of a North Carolina license plate. However, this new law is radical.
My tag frame covers partially the words North Caroina. First in Flight, my
stickers, and every other aspect of my license plate is in full view. There is
no way my license plate cannot be identified as a valid North Carolina license
plate. Why can I be allowed to exhibit my school pride at the sacrifice of 1/2
of the words North Carolina? Surely law enforcement officers have common sense.