1. License plate is securely attached:
Ensure that your license plate is firmly and securely attached to your vehicle using the appropriate mounting holes.
2. Plate characters are clear and legible:
Make sure that the letters, numbers, and any special characters on your license plate are easy to read and not worn out.
3. Plate is free from dirt, debris, and obstruction:
Keep your license plate clean and free from any dirt, mud, or debris that might obscure the characters.
4. Plate is reflective and visible in low-light conditions:
Check that your license plate remains reflective and can be seen clearly even in dim lighting.
5. Characters are of the correct font and size:
Ensure that the characters on your license plate match the legally required font and size specified by your jurisdiction.
6. Plate stickers or decals are up to date:
Confirm that any stickers or decals on your license plate, such as registration or inspection stickers, are current.
7. Plate is not cracked, faded, or damaged:
Inspect your license plate for any cracks, fading, or damage that might make it difficult to read.
8. Plate mounting screws are tightened properly:
Double-check that the screws holding your license plate in place are tightened adequately to prevent it from falling off.
9. The license plate frame, if used, does not cover any important information:
If you use a license plate frame, ensure that it doesn't cover any crucial information on the plate.
10. Plate validation or registration tags are visible and valid:
Make sure that any validation or registration tags are clearly visible and up to date.