Are license plate lights mandatory in pennsylvania?

Answer According to Title 67 Pa. Code § 153.4(a) (Required motor vehicle lighting equipment), drivers in Pennsylvania are required to have lights that illuminate their license plate either from the top o... Read More »

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How to Get an Antique License Plate in Pennsylvania?

According to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Bureau of Motor Vehicles, a vehicle is considered an "antique" if the vehicle is original (not a reproduction), was manufactured more tha... Read More »

How to Get a Personalized License Plate in Pennsylvania?

Vanity or personalized license plates allow you to express your individualism to the world. While these types of plates generally cost a bit more than standard license plates, they are well worth i... Read More »

How to Turn in the License Plate on an Unregistered Car in Pennsylvania?

The state of Pennsylvania's Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) warns that you should never lend out your plates. If you sold your car or are taking it off of the road, you can return the plates ph... Read More »

How to Install License Plate Lights?

Police need to see your plate illuminated from at least 50 feet away in most states. They can ticket you if it is not. Check this light regularly to make sure it is working properly.