numberplate

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numberplate

a plate mounted on the front and back of a motor vehicle bearing the registration number
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Starting February 1, 2020, all licence plates issued will be of the new plate design and Ontarians will also be able to voluntarily purchase a new licence plate featuring one of two optimistic slogans.
VETERANS Commemorative Association (BCVCA) and the BC Liberal Caucus are opposed to any changes to the BC Military Veteran Licence Plate. Instead they are proposing a unique Specialty Licence Plate for all forces of community policing in honour of their stellar and respected service.
Sharjah: The General Directorate of the Sharjah Police has launched an electronic auction for 150 distinguished licence plate numbers for private cars.
Bids began anywhere between Dh1,000 to Dh500,000, depending on the licence plate. Numbers with recurring digits, such as P44444, started at DH220,000.
Export vehicle outside the country with licence plate (same owner): Dh250
Students may wonder how I knew that this particular licence plate would provide such an interesting graph.
From all accounts, the first Arab country to require licence plates was Egypt.
A new licence plate system is being introduced from May 1 for vehicles belonging to the military and armed police.
The paper said in the May 18 incident at around 7.30am, a male driver was seen switching his BMW 320i's licence plate of SLX27E to the SKD2777C licence plate which was later found to be registered to a Hyundai Elantra.
TAXI, VAN and motorbike owners have until the end of this year to change their licence plate numbers or face having to pay a fine, the road transport department said on Thursday.
Two new retro licence plates the Collector plate and the Vintage Roughrider plate will be available for Saskatchewan residents to pre-order through SGI, just in time for the holiday season.
"I have been researching a licence plate that I purchased in 2006 that was issued in 1884 to a horse-drawn carriage.