Hey everybody, it's a snow day here in Mechanicsville!!!
Got a question hoping someone can help. I have a '78 F-150 and I'd like to put the old Bicentennial plates on it that I have. I plan on doing current registration with inspection, but wondered if anyone has tried this before and would DMV allow it?
They're vintage/old. I would have a current registration on them (2014 sticker). I just wanted to use the bicentennial plates because they would/could have been used on the truck back in the day.
It has antique plates now, but I don't care for the restrictions of antique tags. Since the truck would pass inspection, I thought just go with a regular passenger registration and hopefully use these particular plates.
There's a section in the Code of VA that allows for the continued use of Bicentennial plates, so that might be an in for me.
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