|Q: Our car was rear ended over the winter. Our mechanic removed the bumper and said he could not get one because of the age of the car (1995) Is driving without a rear bumper a ticket-able offense?
A: In Indiana, not having a bumper is not a specific violation, however a license plate needs to be properly mounted and lighted to not be a violation. So the plate would still need to be permanently mounted (Screwed on) and must be lighted at nighttime to not be a violation.
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