Does Texas have one or two license plates?

Answer Texas has two license plates. State law requires one valid unobstructed license plate in the front and one valid unobstructed license plate in the rear of every vehicle except those with special ex... Read More »

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How many license plates do i need in Texas?

A vehicle in Texas must have two license plates. Page 21 of the Texas Driver's Handbook, distributed by the Texas Department of Safety, states, "must have one valid plate at the front and one at th... Read More »

Do I have to have two license plates on my car in Texas?

According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, you must have two license plates on your car in Texas---one on the front and one on the back. However, as of 2010, Texas law does not specify how... Read More »

How to Transfer Texas License Plates?

Texas residents who purchase a new or used vehicle have the option of transferring their current license plate from their old car to their new car. License plates serve as a form of identification ... Read More »

Do Texas license plates expire?

Texas license plates expire. Every seven years the plates must be replaced, because during this time they lose their reflective material. When they are 7 years old, the county tax assessor-collecto... Read More »