Many of us who have done Overseas Delivery have kept the front plate on our cars after they return to the U.S. Although this is not allowed in California, I have been a big proponent of keeping the plate on (mine has been on for 4 years with only one stop for it, and that didn't even result in a fix-it ticket).<p>Well, the tide has turned. Everyone I know with no plate on the front or a foreign plate on the front has been ticketed in the last month (all with fix-it tickets, by the way). Local police are stepping up enforcement to raise revenue (though I can't imagine they even cover their costs with a fix-it ticket that is a $10 fine). If you choose not to fix it, you pay $100 (in San Francisco).<p>so, this is just a heads up.<p>There has been a particular focus on sports cars, as a very high % of them have no front plate, apparently.<p>So, my red plate will go on the wall in the garage, unfortunately.<p>Maybe Volvo can come up with something else that we'd be willing to put on our cars to promote overseas delivery. I've had lots of good discussions with people about the Volvo program, all of which started because of the goofy red plate on my car.