New Proposal Would Remove Requirement for Front License Plate

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTVN)--The requirement to display both a front and rear license plate in Ohio could be eliminated, in a new transportation bill under debate at the statehouse.

Lawmakers made several changes Tuesday to Governor DeWine's transportation budget proposal, including removing the provision requiring vehicles to have a front plate.

House Finance Committee Chairman Scott Oelslager said if passed it would save the state over two-million dollars annually in production costs.

Also attached to the bill is a new measure which would allow cities, villages, and townships to charge up to five-dollars more for vehicle registration.

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