41 CFR 102-34.100 - Where is motor vehicle identification displayed?

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§ 102-34.100 Where is motor vehicle identification displayed?

Motor vehicle identification is displayed as follows:

(a) For most Government motor vehicles, preferably on the official U.S. Government license plate. Some Government motor vehicles may display motor vehicle identification on a decal in the rear window, or centered on both front doors if the vehicle is without a rear window, or where identification on the rear window would not be easily seen.

(b) For trailers, on both sides of the front quarter of the trailer in a conspicuous location.

Note to § 102-34.100:

Each agency or activity that uses decals to identify Government motor vehicles is responsible for acquiring its own decals and for replacing them when necessary due to damage or wear.

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United States Code
U.S. Code: Title 31 - MONEY AND FINANCE
U.S. Code: Title 49 - TRANSPORTATION
Presidential Documents

Executive Order ... 12375