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Subject 560-10-10 DISPLAY OF TAGS

Rule 560-10-10-.01 Display of License Plates

Every motor vehicle shall at all times have the license plate assigned to it firmly attached to it in such a manner that it will not swing and that it will be plainly visible.

Rule 560-10-10-.02 Display and Location of Passenger Car and Utility Vehicle License Plates

A motor vehicle license plate shall be attached to the vehicle to which it is assigned as follows:

(a) All passenger cars, including station wagons and other utility vehicles, including motorcycles, motor scooters and buses, shall display the motor vehicle license plate assigned to it on the rear of the vehicle.

Rule 560-10-10-.03 Display and Location of Truck and Trailer License Plates

A motor vehicle license plate shall be attached to the vehicle to which it is assigned as follows:

(a) All trucks and trailers shall, where practical, display the motor vehicle license plate assigned to it on the rear of the vehicle: Provided that trucks and trailers which routinely engage in activities wherein it is inevitable that a motor vehicle license plate attached to the rear thereof would be defaced, destroyed or lost, shall display the motor vehicle license plate assigned to it by attaching it to the front of the vehicle.

Rule 560-10-10-.04 Display and Location of Tractor License Plates

A motor vehicle license plate shall be attached to the vehicle to which it is assigned as follows:

(a) for the purpose of this regulation a "tractor" is designed as a self-propelled vehicle for use as a traveling power plant for drawing other vehicles, but having no provisions for carrying loads independently. Tractors shall display the motor vehicle license plate assigned to it on the front of the vehicle.

Rule 560-10-10-.05 Display and Location of County Name and Renewal Decals

All five (5) year license plates shall have affixed to said plate a county name decal except five (5) year plates without a space for such decals. Said county name decals shall be issued by the county tax commissioner or tax collector of that county wherein such vehicle is required to be returned for ad valorem taxation and it shall be the vehicle owner's responsibility to affix said county name decal to the license plate in the space provided. All five (5) year license plates, when renewed in 1977 through 1980, shall have a renewal decal affixed, by the owner, to the license plate in the space provided.