Whether your vehicle requires a front plate varies from state to state. If your state requires a front plate, you will need to have a plate to be compliant.
While you could put an Rplate on the front of the vehicle, we don’t recommend it as there is a significant amount of debris that can hit the plate during normal operation. The Rplate protective glass is extremely durable, but it can be chipped or cracked with repeated force.
As of December 2021, Washington D.C. and the following 30 states require a front plate on every vehicle:
|California||Illinois||Minnesota||New Hampshire||Rhode Island||Virginia|
|Colorado||Iowa||Missouri||New Jersey||South Dakota||Washington|