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New Ohio law eliminating front license plate takes effect

Most drivers in Ohio are not, at this point required to have a front tag. The new law produces results today, July 1, and requires just one tag to be shown on most engine vehicles. The plate should at present be shown on the back of the vehicle. Business tractors must show the tag on the facade of the vehicle. Senator Mike DeWine marked the bill permitting drivers to evacuate the front plate longer than a year back. The move will supposedly spare state $1.5 million every year. Five states around Ohio just require one tag, including Kentucky, Indiana, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. Law implementation was against the new measure saying the front tag causes them in wrongdoing battling.

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