BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota’s Senate doesn’t believe that the aesthetics of a sports car are ruined by a front license plate.
The Senate killed the House bill 30-15 on Monday. It would have exempted such vehicles from displaying a front license plate.
The bill defines a “sports car” as an “aerodynamically designed motor vehicle built to seat no more than two individuals.”
Proponents say that some sports cars aren’t designed for a front license plate. They argue North Dakota should join the approximately 20 other states don’t require them.