Starting Wednesday, front license plates no longer needed in Ohio

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COLUMBUS (WCMH) — Starting Wednesday, Ohioans will be allowed on the road with only the rear license plate.

Most vehicles can remove their front license plate as a new transportation bill takes effect.

Commercial tractors still must display their plates on the front of the vehicle.

Ohio now joins every state that borders it in not requiring a front plate.

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