[V2 of material – I was too anxious before, to share my discovery. Could have been a lot clearer.]
Some of us don't want to mount the front license plate even if required by law, e.g. California. A few in this group are getting professional help. :-)
Appears that Franz may be a member of the “No Front Platers.” In all of his beautiful designs, there is no obvious place to mount a front plate.
Franz Von Holzhausen is chief designer of Tesla Motors
I've been looking for five years, for a good solution for my particular issue. I sometimes go up to The City. My wife and I really enjoy the trips, but it does cause me some anxiety knowing that there’s a high risk of a ticket for no front plate – The City is notorious for this.
Finally, a solution: Snapplate
So now, we drive up to The City, find a parking space after an exhausting search; then:
*** Snap on the front plate, shop and/or dine, return to car, snap plate off – no tickets.
As a retired IT Security Consultant, I appreciate its security design. By default, “Security Through Obscurity.” Not obvious how to remove the plate. If you have concerns and an extra 20 secs, you can install an optional, non-obvious security screw.