How does your license plates look like?
They are the same in the whole EU (but for the UK, which uses yellow plates)The thing that changes is the letter. This one is German so it has a D, Italian ones have an I and so on
>>109764072I think we copied your design
>>109764072>They are the same in the whole EUwhat the fuck are you talking about, are you an idiot?
They come in every color
cars in family use DE or RI
>>109764148Looks the same to me
Current system: 4 numbers and 3 consonant letters in chronological order, being the first one issued 0000 BBB. We are around **** KZN.
>>109764312you are literally braindead, seriously
i hate yellow plates...so cringey
>>109764164my other plate when i lived in idaho
>>109763909Everything is random, except for the number on the blue band which is the number of the département.
they are very interesting"LJ", "MB" ... are geographical indications, you can see them on the mapCelje (CE)Nova Gorica (GO)Krško (KK)Koper (KP)Kranj (KR)Ljubljana (LJ)Maribor (MB)Murska Sobota (MS)Novo mesto (NM)Postojna (PO)Slovenj Gradec (SG)then there is a coat of arms of your administrative unit, there are plenty of themand then there are letters and numbersit's really cool
>>109764611don't you have yellow ones?
euro plates all look the same
>>109764072No, ours have 2 letters/3 numbers/2 letters (+département)
>>109764072basically pic related. EU styled plate will be use if the car are driven outside of Malaysia. Just replace the EU symbol with Malaysia flag.
BR =Deutsch Bethlehem
>>109764313I always think of Estonia when I see the letter ''E'' on a plate because I keep forgetting it's ''Espana''Also some countries like Hungary use the first letter of their English name on their plates.
>>109764996Thanks to us they have to put EST
>>109764938forgot to mention that you cannot customised/hide the numbers with stickers like the land of the free. First three alphabets represents the city the plate number/vehicle was registered. Sometimes you can bid DUBS number, so sometimes your car represents your wealth. Common digits are 4 numbers. Uncommon/old models are usually 3 numbers. Rare are binary numbers, rarest are 1 digit number.
>>109764691We used to have a similar system before EU. The 2 last numbers were your department, it was very useful to quickly memorize in case of incident.
>>109765116>Hungary uses ''H'' instead of ''Ma'' or something>we have to use ''Hr'' because of Hrvatska
Liked the old ones best, black background looks amazing. Sadly very rare to see nowadays.Also lol at euers having a cuckstamp, haha, where is your flag, you are a region lol
>>109764701Only, NL, GB and L have yellow
>>109765408Join the EU
Because Northern Ireland is a special snowflake, they have their own plate layout, but the colours, sizes, and font are all the same. The Crown Dependencies and Overseas Territories all have their own licence plates, with some such as the Jersey and Gibraltar plates being the same as British plates besides the actual number format, and places such as the British Virgin Islands and the Cayman Islands having completely different plates.
similar to EU ones but without the stars.
>>109764072>They are the same in the whole EUFalse
>>109764072do the brits use yellow to match their teeth?
>>109765502>loss of license plate>currency with too many coinsjust that makes it not worth it.
>>109765408we are still using the black background.white background are reserved for rental cars.
>>109765630All you'd need to do is stick the EU cuckstamp on itEven then I don't think that's a requirement because it's optional here
A very good website for my fellow autismoshttp://www.worldlicenseplates.com/
>>109765630Either you join peacefully, or else will annex you by force
>>109765740he needs to update the Malaysia loisence plate.
As basic as it getsWe are running out of combinations though, so some district based system will follow probably
In NSW, they can appear pretty varied. They are usually in the format of 3 letters then 3 numbers (XXX • 123), they can also be seen in the format 2 letters, 2 numbers then again followed by 2 letters (XX • 12 • YY). Some (personalised) specific designs deviate from these rules however this is rarely seen.
We have fake EU looking plates. They also made fake EU ID cards with chips last year. Everyone has to renew now.
>>109765989The plates can also be presented in a number of different forms.
>>109765948should follow our system>>109765537the good thing about it is that it will last for like 200 years because you can just swap the Region Identifier, Age Identifier, and Random Letters around
>>109764417This isn't leddit>>109764691Zakaj si postojnske snežinke zaslužijo svojo tablico??
>>109766036>>109766080Is this next level euroboo'ism ?
>>109763909Currently the bottom ones, we're supposed to switch to the Mercosul ones Soon™
Some gypsy nigger faggot stole my plates the other day
13X denotes the year, 131 for the first half of 2013 and 132 for the second half. The letter denotes the region and the number on the right denotes the order in which the car was registered in that specific region. So that car was the 123rd registered car in Dublin in 2013It's an easy system from an administration perspective but I wish we had customisable license plates like in the US
>>109765683>Even then I don't think that's a requirement because it's optional hereI don't know for the eu cuckstamp, but the département number (on the right here >>109764907 ) is mandatory BUT you can choose the number you want even if you don't live there, it's ultra retarded. It's not rare to see domtom numbers for example. Also you can have different numbers at the front and the back...
>>109766160It makes sense when you think of Turkish tourists going to Europe but it's funny nonetheless.
>>109766422I believe the new Lira is also Euro based? Like the coins etc..
>>109766110jama grote kave
>>109766388>Also you can have different numbers at the front and the back...what's the point of having them there other than for bullying then?
>>109766538Yes. It was designed when EU membership plans were looking good.
>>109766552Zakaj Bled nima svoje?
>>109764164>>109764412>>109764575What are some rarest license plate you’ve ever seen?>state>rare plateVAOregon
>>109766673Well, do you feel EU like with these changes? I think they're cute desu :3
>>109766607French administrative retardation.Also lot of people choose Corsican numbers to avoid problems kek
I miss our old black plates
>>109766213Mercosul should get a proper flag instead of this corporate-logo-looking thing
>>109766873The rarest i've seen is New Hampshire, it's even rarer than Hawaii and Alaskat. Seattle
>>109766873I once saw a Morrocan licence plate on a lorry in Northern England
>>109766369What about the 12300th car registered in Dublin in the second half of 2013?You just cram two extra digits at the end?I mean unless you guys do that, you literally have 2000 combinations available every year for every region? That wouldn't be enough even for Liechenstein
The German plates are objectivelly the bestThe first letters denote the city/region, which I always liked, they have the provincial coat of arms and the registry stamp (different color every year) that add a lot of color to it, and the font looks great
>>109767640>registry stampalways hated it
>>109767377I'm not 100% but I think the chronological number ignores the 13X part. So the first car bought in July 2013 could be 10,001 if there were 10,000 cars registered in the first half of 2013. The whole thing of 131 and 132 only started in 2013 by the way. In 2012 and before it just had 12 for the whole year. I believe this was done because they were afraid people would buy cars less if it had just 13 due to superstition so they made it 131 and 132 instead