Latest Additions (25 November 2017 and 47 pictures)

Belgium

Belgium

Current personalized series since 31st March 2014, rear plate in red on white.
The registration consists of one to eight characters or dashes.
Left is the CV symbol (circulation-verkeer = traffic) in red.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval B in white below the twelve golden European stars.


Belgium

Current personalized series since 31st March 2014, rear plate in red on white.
The registration consists of one to eight characters or dashes.
Left is the CV symbol (circulation-verkeer = traffic) in red.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval B in white below the twelve golden European stars.


Bosnia

Bosnia

Current diplomatic series in yellow on blue.
The registration consists of two numerals, followed by a hyphen, the letter A, a hyphen and three numerals.
The first three numerals indicate the embassy code, where 13 stands for Croatia.
The letter indicates the category where A stands for Diplomatic Corps.


Bosnia

Current diplomatic series in yellow on blue.
The registration consists of two numerals, followed by a hyphen, the letter A, a hyphen and three numerals.
The first three numerals indicate the embassy code, where 11 stands for USA.
The letter indicates the category where A stands for Diplomatic Corps.


Croatia

Croatia

Current passenger series since 1st January 1992, two-line rear plate in black on white with red and blue lines at both top and bottom.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by the national crest above four numerals, a hyphen and two letters.
The first two letters denote the district where ZG stands for Zagreb.
The combinations of four numerals and two letter are issued in Zagreb since 2001.


Croatia

Current temporary tourist series since 1st January 1992 in green on white with red and blue lines at both top and bottom.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by the national crest, four numerals, a hyphen and two letters.
The first two letters denote the district where ZG stands for Zagreb.
Since 2016 is left of the registration a blue band with the oval HR, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Croatia

Current diplomatic series since 1994 in yellow on blue.
The registration consists of three numerals, followed by a hyphen, the letter A, a hyphen and three numerals.
The first three numerals indicate the embassy code, where 087 stands for Kosovo.
The letter indicates the category where A stands for Diplomatic Corps.


Croatia

Current diplomatic series since 1994 in yellow on blue.
The registration consists of three numerals, followed by a hyphen, the letter A, a hyphen and three numerals.
The first three numerals indicate the embassy code, where 012 stands for Austria.
The letter indicates the category where C stands for Consular Corps.


Croatia

Current police series since 1st January 1992 in blue on white with red and blue lines at both top and bottom.
The registration consists of three numerals, followed by the national crest and three numerals.
The first three numerals denote the district where 190 stands for Zagreb.



Croatia

Current motorcyle series since 1st January 1992 in black on white with red and blue lines at both top and bottom.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by the national crest above four numerals above two letters.
The first two letters denote the district where ZG stands for Zagreb.
Since 2016 is top left of the registration a blue band with the oval HR, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Croatia

Current motorcyle series since 1st January 1992 in black on white with red and blue lines at both top and bottom.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by the national crest above four numerals above two letters.
The first two letters denote the district where ZG stands for Zagreb.


Croatia

Current moped series since 1st January 1992 in black on white with red and blue lines at both top and bottom.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by the national crest above four numerals above two letters.
The first two letters denote the district where ZG stands for Zagreb.
Since 2016 is top left of the registration a blue band with the oval HR, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Croatia

Current abnormal series since 1st January 1992 in red on white with red and blue lines at both top and bottom.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by the national crest, three numerals, a hyphen and two letters.
The first two letters denote the district where CK stands for Cakovec.


Croatia

Unknown series similar to temporary series in black on white with a black border.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by the national crest in black, three numerals, a hyphen and two numerals.
Left of the plate is a box with the number 3. The significance of this is not known.


Slovakia

Slovakia

Current special vehicle series since 1st May 2004 in black on green, with national coat-of-arms since 2006.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by the national coat-of-arms above the letter Z and three numerals.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two letters denote the district where BA stands for Bratislava.


Slovakia

Current diplomatic series since 1st May 2004 in yellow on blue, with national coat-of-arms since 2006.
The registration consists of the letters EE (Diplomatic Corps), followed by the national coat-of-arms and five numerals.
To the left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 68 stands for Kuwait.


Slovakia

Current diplomatic series since 1st May 2004 in yellow on blue.
The registration consists of the letters EE (Diplomatic Corps), followed by five numerals.
To the left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 61 stands for Iraq.


Slovakia

Current diplomatic series since 1st May 2004 in yellow on blue, with national coat-of-arms since 2006.
The registration consists of the letters ZZ (administrative and technical personnel), followed by the national coat-of-arms and five numerals.
To the left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 68 stands for Russia.


Slovakia

Current diplomatic series since 1st May 2004 in yellow on blue.
The registration consists of the letters ZZ (administrative and technical personnel), followed by five numerals.
To the left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 29 stands for Russia.


Slovakia

Current temporary series since 1st May 2004 in red on white, with national coat-of-arms since 2006.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by the national coat-of-arms above the letter M and three numerals.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two letters denote the district where PN stands for Piestany.


Slovakia

Current temporary series since 1st May 2004 in red on white.
The registration consists of two letters above the letters MC and three numerals.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two letters denote the district where BA stands for Bratislava.
The letter M indicates a temporary series while the letter C indicates a failing Slovak technical inspection (?).


Slovakia

Current historical series since 1st May 2004 in red on yellow.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, the letter H and three numerals.
To the left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two letters denote the district where BA stands for Bratislava.


Slovakia

Current historical series since 1st May 2004, two-line plate in red on yellow.
The registration consists of two letters above the letter H and three numerals.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two letters denote the district where LM stands for Liptovský Mikulás.


Slovakia

Former historical series issued between 1st April 1997 and 1st May 2004, two-line plate in red on yellow.
The registration consists of two letters above the letter H and three numerals.
Top left is the state coat-of-arms above the oval SK in red.
The first two letters denote the district where BA stands for Bratislava.


Slovakia

Current privately imported vehicles, failing Slovak technical inspection in green on white with national coat-of-arms since 2006.
The registration consists of the letter C, followed by the national coat-of-arms above five numerals.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Slovenia

Slovenia

Current personalized passenger series since 1st May 2004 in black on white with a green border.
The green border is used again since mid-2008.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by the town crest and four letters.
The first two letters denote the district where PO stands for Postojna.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval SLO in white below the 12 European golden stars.


Slovenia

Current personalized passenger series since 1st May 2004 in black on white with a green border.
The green border is used again since mid-2008.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by the town crest and five letters.
The first two letters denote the district where KR stands for Kranj.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval SLO in white below the 12 European golden stars.


Slovenia

Current personalized passenger series since 1st May 2004 in black on white with a green border.
The green border is used again since mid-2008.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by the town crest and six letters.
The first two letters denote the district where LJ stands for Ljubljana.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval SLO in white below the 12 European golden stars.


Slovenia

Current personalized passenger series since 1st May 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by three letters and three numerals.
The first two letters denote the district where SG stands for Slovenj Gradec.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval SLO in white below the 12 European golden stars.


Slovenia

Former personalized series issued between 1992 and 1st May 2004 in black on white with green border.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by the town crest and six letters.
The first two letters denote the district code where LJ stands for Ljubljana.


Slovenia

Current diplomatic series since 1st May 2004 in black on white with a green border.
The green border is used again since mid-2008.
The registration consists of the letters CD in green, followed by two numerals, a hyphen and two numerals.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 10 stands for the Germany.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval SLO in white below the 12 European golden stars.


Slovenia

Current diplomatic series (non-diplomatic embassy personnel) since 1st May 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of the letter M in green, followed by two numerals, a hyphen and two numerals.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 24 stands for the Spain.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval SLO in white below the 12 European golden stars.


Slovenia

Current diplomatic series since 1st May 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of the letters CD in green, followed by two numerals, a hyphen and two numerals.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 10 stands for the Germany.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval SLO in white below the 12 European golden stars.


Slovenia

Current test series in black on white, with a green border.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by the letters PR vertically on a red band, two letters, a hyphen and three numerals.
The first two letters denote the district where LJ stands for Ljubljana.


Slovenia

Current test series in black on white, with a green border.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by the letters PR vertically on a red band, three numerals, a hyphen and two letters.
The first two letters denote the district where LJ stands for Ljubljana.


Slovenia

Current export series since 1st May 2004 in black on yellow, with a green border.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by two letters, a hyphen, three letters.
The first two letters denote the district where LJ stands for Ljubljana .
Right of the registration is the month and year of validity in little black panels (August 2012).
The two letters after the district code (JV) denote the dealer.


Slovenia

Current police series since 1992 in blue on white.
The registration consists of the letter P, followed by the police crest, two numerals, a hyphen and three numerals.
The first two numerals denote the district code where 06 stands for Ljubljana.


Slovenia

Current motorcycle series since 1st May 2004 in black on white with a green border.
The green border is used again since mid-2008.
The registration consists of two letters and the town crest above three letters and two numerals.
The first two letters denote the district code where LJ stands for Ljubljana.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SLO in white below the 12 European golden stars.


Slovenia

Current motorcycle series since 1st May 2004 in black on white with a green border.
The green border is used again since mid-2008.
The registration consists of two letters and the town crest above two letters, a hyphen, and two numerals.
The first two letters denote the district code where LJ stands for Ljubljana.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SLO in white below the 12 European golden stars.


Slovenia

Current motorcycle series since 1st May 2004 in black on white with a green border.
The green border is used again since mid-2008.
The registration consists of two letters and the town crest above two letters, a hyphen, and two numerals.
The first two letters denote the district code where LJ stands for Ljubljana.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SLO in white below the 12 European golden stars.


Slovenia

Current motorcycle series since 1st May 2004 in black on white with a green border.
The green border is used again since mid-2008.
The registration consists of two letters and the town crest above two numerals, a hyphen, and two letters.
The first two letters denote the district code where LJ stands for Ljubljana.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SLO in white below the 12 European golden stars.


Slovenia

Current motorcycle series since 1st May 2004 in black on white with black border.
The registration consists of two letters and the town crest above one letter, one numeral, a hyphen, one numeral and one letter.
The first two letters denote the district code where LJ stands for Ljubljana.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SLO in white below the 12 European golden stars.


Slovenia

Current motorcycle series since 1st May 2004 in black on white with black border.
The registration consists of two letters and the town crest above two numerals, a hyphen, one numeral and one letter.
The first two letters denote the district code where CE stands for Celje.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SLO in white below the 12 European golden stars.


Slovenia

Former motorcycle series issued between 1992 and 1st May 2004 in black on white with green border.
The registration consists of two letters and the town crest, above one letter, one numeral, a hyphen and two numerals.
The first two letters denote the district code where LJ stands for Ljubljana.


Slovenia

New (?) moped series in red on white with a blue border, with euroband.
The registration consists of two letters and the town crest, above one numeral, one letter, a hyphen, one letter and one numeral.
The first two letters denote the district code where LJ stands for Ljubljana.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SLO in white below the 12 European golden stars.


Slovenia

Current moped series since 2002 in black on yellow with a black border, with euroband since 2004.
The registration consists of two letters and the town crest, above a letter, a numeral and a hyphen above three numerals.
The first two letters denote the district code where LJ stands for Ljubljana.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SLO in white below the 12 European golden stars.


Slovenia

Current moped series since 2002 in black on yellow with a black border, with euroband since 2004.
The registration consists of two letters and the town crest, above a letter, a numeral and a hyphen above three numerals.
The first two letters denote the district code where LJ stands for Ljubljana.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SLO in white below the 12 European golden stars.


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