This amazing 1952 Ohio sticker is completely different from any other Ohio stickers. This sticker was issued to Ohio trucks, not including farm trucks which were even different.
These stickers were issued because there were no Ohio plates issued in 1952 because of the Korean war and shortage of metal. Vehicles had to be inspected before registration stickers were issued.
The regular sticker for 1952 passenger cars would be blue. Farm Trucks were green and regular trucks were a redish/ yellow color.
This sticker is priced at $15.00 but would come with blank panels.
To place your own license plate number and YEAR/MAKE/MODEL on front can be ordered for an additional $10.00. (The sticker will look much better if you take advantage of this. Remember to add your year, make and model with your plate no.
Ohio never had a mandatory statewide inspection program before 1966. In 1966 Ohio began voluntary inspections that continued to this day.
Ohio did and does today, have a spot check program and car dealers issued the safety check stickers as far back as 1946.
Even today a driver can take your car to the DMV and get a current inspection sticker. If you get stopped and pass an inspection you will get a current sticker. If your car fails you will get a red rejection sticker. (We have them available also)
This sticker was originally a water slide sticker but ours has our patented "Peel and Stick" feature that allows you to attach it to the inside passenger side of your windshield.
DO NOT PUT THIS STICKER IN WATER,
This Ohio sticker was carefully restored keeping true in color and size to the original.