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Old 03-26-2008, 11:03 PM   #11
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but with custom plates you can take em with i believe. im sure if you want to you could keep a regular plate as well
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Stay with the owner in Wisconsin.
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My ANHA 446 plates originally started on the 89 SE, moved to the Aurora, but my 94 SSEi (AXBF ###) plates and the GTP (BCTR 927) plates were brand new when I got the car. Typically the plates stay with the owner until they are returned for refund for unused time left on the year.
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I once left the plates on the car i sold and got a call from the police a few months later because the car had many parking tickets and they traced it back to me.

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Plates stay with the car here in CA, although I think you have a choice. I've also heard a lot of horror stories of the DMV not switching the info quick enough, and someone racking up a lot of tickets for a car they sold. I think there has been some on here, as well.
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Plates stay with the owner in IL, the plate on the bonneville is from my old black bonneville and the plate on my alero has been on ALOT of cars since 04ish
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They stay with the owner here in Indiana.
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