I can tell you what I learned in November at Parker County:
Yes, YOM plates are fully allowed, and are treated exactly like antique plates with a few exceptions.
- TWO plates are required, front and back. (This is different from antique registration, which issues only a back plate.)
- Bring the plates to your local office. They will run the number to verify it is not in use.
- The plates will be checked for color correctness. You must be running the exact same color combination as YOM. My "black" was closer to charcoal gray due to weathering. They requested I get them blacker.
- It is acceptable to run dealer plates. I'm cleared to run Farm Truck plates even though I'm registered antique and not farm. If you aren't antique or classic, you can't run YOM.
All other antique plate restrictions/fees apply. You will use the antique automobile registration form.
(I drive mine to Lowe's. Always seem to need to buy a screw or washer.
Hope this helps.