Don't believe you have to have radio in the car to have plates.
Larry Lentz, MCT
Microsoft Business Applications (CRM) MVP
Lentz Computer Services
San Antonio, Texas
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From: Don Jones via Groups.Io
Date: Mon, Apr 1, 2019 1:32 PM
Subject:Re: [W5SC] saradioclub #facebook
Great comments very much appreciated.
Thinking of getting plates for my car, but then I would need to purchase a radio.
Used to be N5WSW now W5JX.
Interesting knowing hurdles others have gone through.
A Student of Life & Life Long Learner
Donald Lee Jones
122 Saratoga Dr.
San Antonio, Texas 78213-3543
Cell Telephone (210) 374-1776
n5wsw@... or dj1072@...
On Monday, April 1, 2019, 10:23:49 AM CDT, Marty Meyers <martyrmeyers@...> wrote:
I also ran into an issue with having radio op plates on multiple vehicles. One year when I had my vehicle inspection done on my car they wrote it up as if they inspected my travel trailer. I didn't discover this until I got home and was going to renew my
registration online. I ended up having to go back to the auto shop to get it sorted out. It took some explaining and re-explaining to get them to understand it. In the end, nothing that couldn't be overcome. Just a minor inconvenience.