If the license plate holder that came with your car (which uses adhesive, and can be obtained from the Service Center for $10 if needed) is not adequate for your needs, there are a plethora of aftermarket options to choose from. The following have been mentioned by other members the previous times this question has been asked, in no particular order. Note that Tesla Owners Club of Maryland does not offer any endorsement by mentioning these vendors. Other members have recommended them, your experiences may vary.
- SnapPlate (https://everyamp.com/product-category/snapplate/), note that some members have reported this one tends to break
- QuickBandit (from https://www.1975creations.com, although Teslarati is a reseller)
- Platypus (https://www.cravenspeed.com/front-license-plate-mount-for-2017-2020-tesla-model-3/), which uses the tow hook
- SlipStream (https://shop.thatgrin.com/license-plate-brackets.html)
Usually the QuickBandit is the most recommended.
Some might also ask if you really need to have a front license plate in Maryland. The answer is yes, you do, it’s the law. So it’s your choice to not follow the law and risk getting a ticket without one.