Do you need a front license plate in South Carolina?

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Rolland Smith
Rolland SmithInsurance Content Creator

Posted on Feb 16, 2023

Yes, you need a front license plate in South Carolina. The law requires all vehicles to have a front license plate. Not having a front license plate can result in a ticket.

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