Why is sally from cars movie license plate 301pce?
The letters 'PCE' are withheld from general issue, and are instead used as a 'prop' specifically for use in movies to avoid duplicating real plates. Cars with
'PCE' plates can be seen cropping up in dozens of movies. Two I have seen recently are in 'Duel', and 'Liar liar'.
'PCE' plates can be seen cropping up in dozens of movies. Two I have seen recently are in 'Duel', and 'Liar liar'.
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In Mississippi the plates remain with the car. You need to call the bank. They will give them to you most likely. File a stolen report and sue the lender in court.They do not have a right to your plates nor your personal propery.SUE THE BANK/LENDER NOT THE REPO MORON !!! You should Report The Plat…es Stolen and if someone gets cought with them That will be on the bank or the person that lent them out In Georgia the plates are to be returned to the debtor. they dont stay with the car anymore (MORE)
It depends upon the type of vehicle and the jurisdiction in which you registered the vehicle. Generally, motorcycles and trailers require only one license plate. In North America, all passenger vehicles have at least one license plate affixed to the rear of the vehicle, and in some jurisdictions, a …duplicate license plate is affixed to the front of the passenger vehicle. . If the motor vehicles licensing office in your jurisdiction issued you two license plates, then you are generally required to affix the plates to both the front and rear of the vehicle. If your motor vehicle licensing office issued you only one plate, then you are still permitted to use the vehicle to visit anywhere in North America. i live in Missouri and we have to have 2 i live in Missouri .i have to have two on my van (MORE)
Answer . \nContact the dealership where the car was purchased. Their should be someone in the collections department that will know where your car is. It is probably in a tow lot.
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nyes\n. \n . \n It depends upon the laws in the state in which you reside.\n. \nContact the local office of the DMV to find out if two plates are required in your state.
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \ntake it to the dmv. or get in touch with your secretary of state.\n. \n. \nI think the laws vary depending on where you are, but in many places you have to be in a position of certain authority in order to get that information from the DMV.
I'm pretty sure number plates are displayed on both the front and rear in California, so two.
Answer . Not sure about other states, but in Georgia when you buy a tag for your vehicle that is YOUR tag, if you sell your car or it gets repo'd you can get the tag and trasfer it to another vehicle.
Not usually. The car would have to be planted in the ground or the satellites camera would have to be at a shallow angle to earth.. Yes and there will be to much atmosphere in the way that will distort the image, the best resolution by Google earth is 15 cm/pixel. Answer . I really don't think …so, I think the best resolution a satellite can reach is about 60mm per pixel and one letter or number is smaller than 60 mm it will only show up as a black or white spot. but this answer is open for debate (MORE)
The owner of the vehicle needs to live in the US in order to register the vehicle in the US.So the answer is no.
Answer . If you are selling it to someone yes they have to go get there own legally. If you bought one form a dealership, they will issue you one if they are legitimate. God Bless!. Answer . Yes, you should take the plate off, and if it is not transferred to another vehicle should be turned… back to the motor vehicle agency. (MORE)
Yes. You're supposed to have one on the front and one on the back. Sometimes people will put the front one on the dash to get by but technically it's supposed to be on the front of the car.
In the state of Texas, drivers are required to have 2 licenseplates displayed on the car. One license plate should be in thefront and the other plate must be displayed in the rear.
If you sell a used car in California do you keep the license plates or do the plates stay with the car?
When you sell a used car in California the plates stay on the car.After selling aÃused vehicle in California a title transfer needsto be done.
You only need one license plate on your car in the state of Idaho.There is only one place to put a license plate on a car, and onerequired.
Superman II. You can see it during the scene in which the Phantom Zone criminals are blowing a large section of a Metropolis street over with there super-breaths. The car is on it's roof during that scene and the plate (standard NY 70s orange and blue color, although it's not a NY plate) is upside d…own. There may be other scenes in the movie when the plate is visible, however the super-breath scene is the only one where I've noticed it. (MORE)
Depending where you live but in most places the plate goes with the owner not the vehicle. Check with your local licencing outlet
The colour of a license plate from Texas is mostly white with blue letters for the license number, and red for the word Texas at the top.. View Related Link to see the various Texas License Plates.
yeah im pretty sure you can but they are pretty expensive no you cannot. to get a plate for a car you need to have a title for the car and registratioin. the title needs to be signed over to the new driver and that's who can register the car... and you cannot register a car without a liscense... a…nd you cannot get a plate without registration. you can illegally put a plate on the car... but its risky and the cop will arrest you immediatly. Actually you can get a car registerd with out a drivers license but its very risky To drive with out a license you will get a court case for operating a motor veichal with out a license/suspended license depends on your case but you can you have to have a clean title to your car you need a main signer with a valid license and you need your self as a secondary signer this is incase the person dies normally the main person will own the car with the license but you will also be listed as an owner you can get plates you need proof of insurance take both parties into the secatary of state office and file the paper work then there you go I do not condone any illegal activity but it is possible or to make it simple become a soulvigern citicen then you can do what ever you want :) (MORE)
If your state issues only one license plate it MUST be displayed on the rear of the car. If your state issues two plates they MUST be displayed, front AND rear.
The license plate is yours and does not stay on the car when it issold. Sometimes sellers allow the buyer to use the plate to drivehome, but in general you should bring your own license plate forused car sales.
The general public does not have access to this kind of information for the obvious reasons of privacy and other legal matters. The above response is absolutely untrue. There are many sites that will reverse a license plate. Most are scams selling subscription access to outdated databases. One …legit site is www.docusearch.com. They are licensed private investigators. (MORE)
I'm sure it depends on the locality, but in my state, yes. You can transfer plates from one car/truck to another as long as both vehicles are registered to the same person.
If you live in a state that issues only one plate, it goes on the rear of the vehicle. If you live in a state that issues two plates, one goes in the rear and the other one goes on the front.
take your title to courthouse and get new tags, here where I live if it's not been expired long they will just reregister it and give you and updates sticker
Vehicles (with the exception of motorbikes and motor tricycles)require two license plates, one at the front and one at the rear.Motorbikes and motor tricycles only require one number plate at therear. When towing, the trailer/caravan/car etc that is being towed mustalso display a rear number plate t…hat matches the towing vehicle. Motorbikes and motor tricycles registered before 1st September 2001may display a front license plate but there is no requirement to doso. (MORE)
You have to be handicap or have somebody that is always going to be with you that is handicap
France issued plates for motorized vehicles in 1893. In the US, New York was the first state to require license plates, but they were furnished by the owners and instead of a numbering system, displayed the owner's initials. In 1903, Maryland had the first state-issued plates which were made of porc…elain. (MORE)
No. Being a cop is a job not a privilege. All road laws apply to them when off duty.
Two , one for the front and another for the rear of the vehicle .
It's a federal law, and therefor it is a felony which can result in time in a federal prison. Another View: (in the US) Actually it is a violation of state law, NOT federal law AGREE: it is a state law violation. Normally this is considered a traffic criminal violation. What an officer may d…o with you when he pulls you over for this type of violation will depend upon several factors. This ranges from simply giving you a citation, for which a court appearance is required, to towing your car and confiscating the license plate and possibly take you to jail. (MORE)
Texas law requires all vehicles registered in the state to have both a front and rear license plate. Furthermore, no portion of a license plate can be obstructed by anything including a license plate frame or it is violation of Texas law.
The license plate on the Jeep of Zoolander's roommate is RFK 575, same as a pivotal car in Final Destination. It was also on the car that the scapegoat was put in in the movie "Long Kiss Goodnight".
Go to the state licensing office and request a replacement. In Oregon the replacement cost for a registration card is only $5.00
Different states have different registration laws. When the police run those plates, it will always return information on the owner of the vehicle, whether the registration is still valid, etc. Any additional information about the lessee of a rental car typically needs to be acquired from the rental… agency. (MORE)
I am trying to find the answer to this, anyone know ?? Hubby's favorite movie, im starting to notice the smallest details:/
Well, it is darned difficult for the authorities to find out who/what vehicle it was so they can issue a ticket. However, lest you think it is a good way to break the law please remember that there are thousands of human police officers perfectly willing to pull you over for driving without plates a…nd they are perfectly capable of identifying you without license plates. (MORE)
Unless the license plate was illegally made, two cars wouldn't have the same license plate. This is because they are used to identify the driver/owner of the car if the police catch them doing something illegal (ex. speeding).
If there is not an existing plate, you need the title, registration, and valid drivers license.
No, But to drive car you need a license where you got license when you are eligible for it like above 18 year old for license and 10 th pass etc.
A vehicle on public property needs a license. If you have it parkedon your own property, it does not have to be licensed.
On the Lighter Side The car must be owned by a pirate! Grrrr! Beware these cars -- the driver might steal your booty!
This varies by state. In Colorado, any vehicle older than 25 years qualifies for the "Collector Vehicle" plates.
Well, that's very situation dependent. It's possible, but if repo agents have already come for it, and you tried some lame duck excuse like you don't know where it is, then that vehicle's been reported stolen, and trying to register it isn't going to work out very well for you. Try paying your bil…ls - that'll make life much easier for you. (MORE)
No. a dealership must check the vehicle and fix all "safety issues" before selling the vehicle weather it be used or brand new. safety items are things such as safety belts, windshield whipers, tail lights, headlights, door latches, windows(not cracked), airbags, all lights and emergency signals...
you can drive if you dont have a license plate on your car.you have to get one of those temporary plates.
Each car is required to show a license plate as part of its registration. In America, the issuing state will be shown either at the bottom or top of the license plate.
This information is usually accessible to the public via theirnational car authority service. In the UK, that would be the DVLA.
So long as you don't drive the car w/ the bogus plates you are fine. If you drive the other car and get caught; expect an impound and a fraud charge.
To drive it you have to have license plates or you could get pulled over or something like that
All states that I am aware of require you to get a driver's license for that state when you become a resident, so you can't live in a state and legally continue to use a driver's license from some other state. Also, you're required to register your car in the state where you live, so you can't legal…ly get a license plate for a state where you don't live.. One way I can think of to get around this is if if you're in the military (which allows you to maintain your driver's license in your home state regardless of where you're stationed) and your spouse is a legal resident of the state in which you're stationed. You could license the car in your spouse's name and obtain a local license plate while still having your driver's license from your home state.. (MORE)