I want to sell my car,do I have to remove the license plates
Yes,the tag doe,s not belong to you,it is just in your name,it belong,s to the state you live in,and in most state,s it is the law that you remove it from the car at time of sale,and go to tag office and remove the tag from your owner ship.This all so remove,s you from liabilty if something go,s wrong,such as wreck or some one use,s it in a crime,it wont lead to you.
You should definitely remove the plates before selling or trading in your car. When you had the car registered, the plates were "assigned" to you. Look at your current car registration and you will see the license plate# on there. You can either transfer them to whatever new vehicle you get or return them to the DMV. Do NOT leave them on the car when you sell it. The new owner needs to get temp. tags...that's his/her responsibility, not yours!
Every state is different. So T_S_T an Racer_X are both right. I know in California the plates stay with the vehicle. I live in a state that the owner of the plates keeps them and is allowed to transfer them to another vehicle. Call your local DMV or better yet get on their website to find out exactly.
I sold my car I want to remove the license plate from my car.Now I am not stay in America. How I can it.The man who bought my car traveled on a toll road and did not pay.He traveled with my license plate.I CAN DO IT ONLINE????