As a Corvette owner and car enthusiast in the State of South Dakota you are required by law to install a front license plate on your car. Some enthusiasts choose to disobey this law and not install a license plate on the front of their cars. By doing this these people are willfully breaking the law and are potentially subject to fines once they are caught. A few years ago enthusiasts in Nebraska banned together to change the license plate laws for those cars that are driven only for pleasure. As a result Nebraska has created a Special Interest license plate that is only required to be placed on the back of the car. It is a law intended for vehicles that are not daily driven and used for pleasure. There are many of us in South Dakota who would like to change our law to allow us to legally drive our cars without a front license plate. As a result the UNITED CAR COUNCIL OF SOUTH DAKOTA has been formed. This organization is led by Sioux Falls Corvette Club enthusiasts Mike Skiles and Bill Kullander. In order to make this happen they need our support. Attached below is an update on the progress of the group and what you can do to help.