Missouri senators consider ways around stolen license plate tabs. Josh Hinkle reports from the state Capitol.
The bill would allow the replacement of up to two sets of two license plate tabs when stolen.
The bill's sponsor, St. Louis Rep. Amber Boykins, says the move would help Missouri motorists fight an increasing threat.
The will would also prohibit law enforcement from issuing a citation for a missing license tab if a vehicle registration check reveals the vehicle is properly registered.
Soon a missing license plate tab might not mean a ticket for Missouri motorists. Josh Hinkle reports from the state Capitol.
Soon, if your license plate tab is stolen... replacing it might not be a problem.
If the House bill passes through the Senate, Missouri motorists could soon replace up to two sets of tabs.
The bills's sponsor, St. Louis Rep. Amber Boykins, says it's a measure to keep thieves from taking advantage of motorists.
Boykins says the next step in protection will be to match license plates and tabs together.