Stop obscuring licence plates

| 03/01/2019 | 0 Comments

Cayman News ServiceI believe it is illegal and am certain that a car will not pass its inspection with tinted plastic over the number plates – can you confirm? If it is illegal, then why are so many drivers blatantly driving with their plates obscured? The only reason I can see for making your plates hard to read is if you’re up to something shady. Why not make it an on-the-spot $200 fine, which would make it profitable for the police (they might actually ticket people as it doesn’t require a breathalyser or radar gun)? I for one would not employ anyone with blacked-out plates on principle alone as it reflects badly on their character. What is your opinion?

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