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You bet, two screws.
Luckily, no fronts required where I live. We don't screw here.
There is an older thread on the subject for Model X: Is it too soon or too late to ask about a front lic. plateIt has been a while since anyone discussed this. Has anyone attached the front license plate to the Model X without drilling into the body?
Do not be concerned. Nothing is at the center.We had the delivery folks install ours and they mounted it center of the front bumper. I was sort of assuming they would not block anything critical. Are there known problems with that location?
That sentence has two parts and only the second is worth considering in a more generalized form. Does the front plate have value in today's world. I suspect it probably does, even more so than when it was originally required. For example with all of the cameras recording everything that happens today, it is very conceivable that only a front view of the vehicle could be recorded reasonably. With only a rear license plate you would miss identifying cars. I am sure that there are many other examples too.Right but what purpose was that law made for and does it still hold true in today's conditions??