The best thing about Florida license plates?
The plates look so awesome, even when you’re not paying attention.
Here’s the thing about plates: They don’t get you anywhere.
In fact, they’re not even very good.
In the past year, I’ve found the best part about the plates has been how they’ve evolved over time.
They’ve evolved from a way for the state to make money to one that lets the state be more efficient and responsible with the money.
The plate industry is still a huge part of the state economy, but there are new trends that could change that.
Here are some of the most common questions I’ve received about Florida’s license plate plates.
The answers are presented in alphabetical order.
I hope you find them useful.1.
Do I need a license to drive in Florida?
There’s no specific statute that mandates a person needs a license for driving in Florida.
There are many exceptions, like when a person has been convicted of a crime.
But there is a law in Florida that says if you’re convicted of any of the following offenses:driving under the influence of alcohol, or