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About: Also known as number plates or vehicle registration plates, licence Plates are metal or plastic plates attached to a motor vehicle or trailer for identification purposes. France was the first country to introduce the registration plate in 1893. In the U.S., where each state issues plates, New York State has required plates since 1903 after first requiring in 1901 that only the owner's initials be clearly visible on the back of the vehicle
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