Remove Front License Plates in Ohio
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In Ohio we're required by law to have front plates on our vehicles. Why should we continue to do so when we could save $1.65 million in taxpayer money per year? There is no evidence of a decline in safety as a result of removing the plates. Front plates hurt fuel economy as well as reduce aerodynamic efficiency, not to mention obstruct most vehicles cooling systems causing cars to have higher operating temperatures. If you were to purchase a vehicle in a state that doesn't require front plates (such as Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, or West Virginia for example) and bring it into Ohio you would need to drill unnecessary holes into your cars' front bumper to attach one. And front plates brackets which differ for every vehicle are typically expensive to replace should your factory one become damaged. These are just a few of the many reasons for why we should rid ourselves of the burden that are front license plates.
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