For years, Missourians have been required to drive with both front and rear license plates.
But that wasn't always the case here, and 19 other U.S. states - including Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee and Kentucky that border Missouri - still have just one plate.
So, as part of their "Rebooting Government" effort to find ways to save money, some state senators are suggesting - for the second year - that Missouri could save an estimated $1 million-$1.5 million in general revenue expenses by returning to the single-plate requirement.
But the Missouri Highway Patrol's Capt. Tim McDonald told senators last week the move might create some enforcement problems.