I was pulled over in NJ this morning for driving without a license plate. No ticket was issued, as I was able to adequately explain the situation to the patrolman (the NJ town where I was pulled over is on the border with PA where I live; car is 3 weeks post-delivery and I have 30 days to register & get a tag and I haven't had a chance to do so yet - plus, why pay the sales tax any earlier than I have to...; PA does not allow Tesla to register vehicles for buyers, so they do a temp CA registration instead, etc.) The whole episode probably took 20 minutes out of my day, because the patrolman who pulled me over was probably 3 weeks out of the academy and had to call for backup to figure out what to do, since I had broken no other laws. But it was a pretty big inconvenience, as I was on a conference call with Asia at the time (via Bluetooth, natch), and I had to drop out of the call (embarrassing) when I had actually done nothing wrong. I was thinking after they sent me on my way that it might be helpful for Tesla to create a 1/2 or 1-page document for owners in states like PA and NJ (I'm sure there are others) to hand new owners at delivery, with a simple explanation for owners and police officers about WHY this situation is acceptable as a temporary thing, so that they'll be prepared to explain it to a police officer if they are pulled over prior to getting a license plate for their new vehicle. If they were clever, they might even have their lawyers cite the various state vehicle codes as support. I knew what to tell the officers today because of doing a ton of reading on here and other places, but it occurred to me that other owners might not realize or be aware of the situation and might end up being "talked into" a ticket when they've done nothing wrong. The original officer wanted to issue a ticket until I asked him (politely but firmly and insistently) to please double check the situation, which he did, but other new owners might not find an officer as obliging or might not know the facts themselves.