RCW 46.16A.200, which regulates the use of license plates in the Evergreen State, specifically says a rear plate must be “kept clean and be able to be plainly seen and read at all times.”
RCW 46.16A.200, which regulates the use of license plates in the Evergreen State, specifically says a rear plate must be “kept clean and be able to be plainly seen and read at all times.” Courtesy Washington DOL
RCW 46.16A.200, which regulates the use of license plates in the Evergreen State, specifically says a rear plate must be “kept clean and be able to be plainly seen and read at all times.” Courtesy Washington DOL

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