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  • Vehicle registration plates of Kansas

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    Current Kansas license plate The U.S. state of Kansas first required its residents to register their vehicles and display license plates in 1913.

  • Vehicle registration plates of Delaware

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    The U.S. state of Delaware first required its residents to register their motor vehicles in 1905. Registrants provided their own license plates for display until 1909, when the state began to issue plates. All license plates issued since 1942 can still be used with current stickers. Authorized reproductions of porcelain enamel license plates can be obtained through a private vendor, provided they fall within the state's guidelines. In 1956, the United States, Canada and Mexico came to an agreement with the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators, the Automobile Manufacturers Association and the National Safety Council that standardized the size for license plates for vehicles (except those for motorcycles) at in height by in width, with standardized mounting holes. The first Delaware license plate that complied with these standards was issued in 1958.

  • Vehicle registration plates of Colorado

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    Current Colorado license plate The U.S. state of Colorado first required its residents to register their motor vehicles and display license plates in 1913. The basic design of Colorado's license plate, a range of mountains against a white or green background, has been in use since 1960 (except for 1973 and 1975–76). In 2000, a more detailed version of the mountain face replaced the previous monochrome version.

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