Originally Posted by Numb Thumbs
Yes, you must make sure those revenue cameras have a clear and unobstructed view from 45 degrees in all directions...
The number plate holder shown in the video on the web site would not pass Australian rules, either. It is way down under the tyre.
PS I think the empty bike carrier rule in Victoria has been repealed.
interesting, this is from dot wa website
What vehicle types can use an auxiliary plate?
Most vehicles are eligible to display an auxiliary plate where the primary number plate
affixed to the vehicle is obscured. An auxiliary plate cannot be used for a taxi, small charter
vehicle, omnibus or an off road vehicle.
Where do I attach my plate?
When a bicycle rack, wheelchair carrier or other device is fitted to the towbar of the vehicle
and it or the load obscures the visibility of the rear number plate, an auxiliary plate should be
securely affixed in an upright position parallel to the vehicle axles, no higher than the vehicle
roof line so that it is clearly visible to the rear. Auxiliary plates are manufactured with
mounting holes and slots pre-drilled to assist with options to affix the plate to the carrier or
so really i can't see why i would be pulled up for having the plate visible but lower down . All i can think of would be a speed camera not having the plate in the yellow box