Pre-Order Windshield License Plate Holder

$34.99 $28.99

994 in stock

(1 customer review)

Conveniently Display Your License Plate Without Compromising The Look Of Your Vehicle.

Con-Plates™ is the front windshield mount for your License Plate that uses Suction Cups to Safely mount your cars licence plate to the inside of the Cars Front Windshield.

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Description

The Con-Plates™ is a front windshield mount for your License Plate that uses Suction Cups to Safely mount your cars licence plate to the inside of the Cars Front Windshield.

32 states require front and rear license plates, which can be an inconvenience for many motorists

Drivers who experience this tend to display their license plate on their dash which can be very dangerous, possibly fatal.

Our product, which is made in the United States, allows vehicle owners to avoid bolting their plate to their car by being able to fasten it securely to the windshield

Vehicle owners who have had to restore the drill holes know that the cost is well over $500.

Our product is brand new patent pending technology supported by the FTC

We suggest our customers to review state laws before purchase as laws can vary from state to state

Our products will soon feature different color schemes for College institutions, Army branches, and much more.

Fortunately for our business there are companies that went through the process to see if suction cups placed on windshields complies with states laws. Those states are:

Alaska, Iowa, Massachusetts, Missouri, Nevada, Ohio, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Texas, and Wisconsin.

With more popularity from more consumers Con Plates will be able to make our product state wide, then applicable internationally.

So don’t compromise the look of your vehicle and buy ConPlate products.

Additional information

Weight 10 oz
Dimensions 6 × 3 × .25 in

1 review for Pre-Order Windshield License Plate Holder

  1. conplates

    The Licence Plate holder looks good in the Nissan Z

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