License Plate Screws

Upgrade your license plate installation game with our extensive range of License Plate Screws, catering to all your dealership's needs. Whether you're seeking screws for temporary or permanent plates, Dealermarket has you covered with a variety of sizes and styles to match different makes and models.

Our selection includes both standard and metric measurements, offering versatile options such as flathead, Phillips head, hex screws, self-tapping, and thumb twist license plate screws.

The universally compatible slotted pan head screws and hex head screws in #14 x ¾” are favorites, ideal for American vehicle brands like Ford, Chevrolet, GMC, Dodge, Chrysler, and Jeep. Metric license plate screws are tailored for overseas brands like Toyota, Honda, and Nissan.

For versatility, our Slotted Hex Washer Head License Plate Screws are available in both standard and metric measurements, offering reliability and security with 6mm x 20mm dimensions. The Black E-Coat Slotted Hex Washer Head Screws in #14 x 5/8" provide a sleek and durable option for any vehicle.

Discover the strength of our Slotted Hex Head License Plate Screws, measuring #14 x 3/4", ensuring a secure fit with their slotted hex head design. Our Metric Slotted Hex Head License Plate Screws, priced at $9.77, offer a metric solution with 6mm x 16mm dimensions.

For added convenience, explore our American Thumb License Plate Screws and Metric Thumb License Plate Screws, providing a quick and efficient solution with their thumb screw design. Trust Dealermarket for quality, reliability, and a quick ship option within 24-48 hours to keep your dealership running smoothly.

Explore our quality Nylon Insert screws, Duo-Drive Truss Head screws, and more. The Duo-Drive Truss Head screws, in particular, are easy to use and secure all types of plates to the vehicle. Our customer service team is ready to assist with any questions you may have.

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What kind of screws to use for license plates?

For license plates, it's crucial to use the appropriate screws to ensure a secure and stable fit. Dealermarket provides a variety of license plate screws to cater to different needs. Options include slotted pan head screws, duo-drive truss head screws, slotted hex washer head screws, slotted hex head screws, thumb screws, and metric screws. The choice depends on the vehicle's make and model, offering flexibility for various applications.

How do you mount a front license plate?

To mount a front license plate, follow these general steps:

  • Locate the mounting holes: Most vehicles have pre-drilled holes in the front bumper or grille for license plate installation. Check your vehicle's manual for guidance.
  • Position the plate: Place the license plate over the mounting holes, aligning it correctly.
  • Insert screws: Insert the appropriate license plate screws through the plate and into the mounting holes. Use a screwdriver or a wrench, depending on the screw type.
  • Tighten securely: Ensure the screws are tightened securely to prevent the license plate from coming loose during driving.

Always refer to your vehicle's manual for specific instructions on license plate mounting, as the process may vary by make and model.

How tight should license plate screws be?

License plate screws should be tightened securely to ensure the plate stays in place. However, be cautious not to overtighten, as this could damage the plate or the vehicle's surface. Tighten the screws until they are snug, and the plate is stable.

Are number plate screws self-tapping?

Yes, some license plate screws are designed to be self-tapping. These screws have a special thread design that allows them to create their own threads as they are screwed into the mounting holes. Self-tapping screws are convenient and provide a secure fit.

Do all cars use the same license plate screws?

No, not all cars use the same license plate screws. Different makes and models may have variations in the size, thread, and head type of the screws. It's essential to use the correct screws that match the specifications recommended for your specific vehicle. Dealermarket offers a diverse selection of license plate screws to accommodate the varied needs of different vehicles.