Illinois plate were only prison made from 1933-1935. Illinois is one of the few states that have legislated against prison-made license plates They were made in the prison industry program despite the Depression-era cost of 6.4 cents per set. (That was "a lot" back then.) The prisons made the plates from 1933 to 1936, and these plates were re-issued without cost to vehicle owners as they were replacements. But the poor quality of the paint caused the Illinois Secretary of State to end the contract with the prison industry program and accepted bids from private contractors, who still make the plates today.
To drive it you have to have license plates or you could get pulled over or something like that
You can transfer your license plates from one car to another, in the state of Illinois. You must be the owner of the vehicle the license plate is being transferred to.
It is the designed lettering for the Route 66 license plate.
no you need to change your plates and license to whatever state you live in.
License plates are needed for car identification. When a license plate expires, the plate must be returned to the local department of motor vehicles.
I can answer the "Why" part of your question. Soy Bean License Plates were made back in the World War II era because of the need for metal for the War effort. State such as Illinois, Montana, Virginia Georgia, and Alaska all had plates made from compressed Soy Beans and Fiberboard. These type of License Plates were made from 1942 to 1948, but not in all of these states. People started noticing, especially on the farms, that the License Plates were being eaten off the vehicles by goats and cows!
In illinois, what is the law concerning license plates taken off your car that you sold privately?
Illinois never used a county code system
A new license plate will cost approximately $101 dollars in Illinois.