Should Iowa eliminate front license plates?
It's not legal, but Doug Klein says he hasn't put front license plates on his cars in 30 years. He's willing to risk getting a ticket to keep it that way.
Klein is the owner of American Dream Machines in downtown Des Moines, a dealership with an inventory that includes such classic cars as a gleaming red 1957 Cadillac Eldorado convertible and a sleek black 1995 Ferrari 348 Spider.
"I don't see the logic of someone spending $50,000 to $100,000 for a beautiful car, and then you have to slap a license plate on the front," Klein said.
The Iowa House is considering House File 540, which would require only a rear license plate on vehicles. The Iowa Department of Transportation says the change would save more than $500,000 annually.
Read the full article on the Des Moines Register website.
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