Serbia

         

OVAL : SRB




Passenger series
Motorcycle series
Trailer series
Abnormal trailer series
Government and State Enterprise vehicles series
Diplomatic series
Temporary series
Pictures of the entire code list

Passenger series

Serbia

Current passenger series 3rd January 2011 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by three numerals, a hyphen and two letters.
The first two letters denote the town where NS stands for Novi Sad.
After the first two letters is the national shield above the district code repeated in Cyrillic.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval SRB in white.


Serbia

Former passenger series issued between 1961 and 3rd January 2011 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by three numerals, a hyphen and three numerals.
The first two letters denote the town where BG stands for Beograd.
After the two letters is the Serbian flag since 1998.


Serbia

Former passenger series issued between 1961 and 3rd January 2011 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by three numerals, a hyphen and two numerals.
The first two letters denote the town where NI stands for Nis.
After the two letters is the Serbian flag since 1998.


Serbia

Former passenger series issued between 1961 and 3rd January 2011 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by two numerals, a hyphen and two numerals.
The first two letters denote the town where KG stands for Kragujevac.
After the two letters is the Serbian flag since 1998.


Motorcycle series

Serbia

Former motorcycle series issued between 1961 and 3rd January 2011 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by two numerals above three numerals.
The first two letters denote the town where VA stands for Valjevo.
After the two letters is the Serbian flag since 1998.


Trailer series

Serbia

Current trailer series 3rd January 2011 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, three numerals and two letters.
The last two letters denote the town where NS stands for Novi Sad.
Before the last two letters is the national shield above the district code repeated in Cyrillic.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval SRB in white.


Serbia

Former trailer series issued between 1961 and 3rd January 2011 in black on white.
The registration consists of three numerals, followed by a hyphen, two numerals and two letters.
The two letters denote the district where NS stands for Novi Sad.
Before the two letters is the Serbian flag since 1998.


Serbia

Former trailer series issued between 1961 and 3rd January 2011 in black on white.
The registration consists of two numerals, followed by a hyphen, two numerals and two letters.
The two letters denote the district where CA stands for Cacak.
Before the two letters is the Serbian flag since 1998.


Serbia

Former trailer series issued between 1961 and 3rd January 2011 in black on white.
The registration consists of two numerals, followed by a hyphen, two numerals and two letters.
The two letters denote the district where NI stands for Nis.
Before the two letters is the Serbian flag since 1998.


Abnormal trailer series

Serbia

Current abnormal trailers (more than 40 tonnes) series 3rd January 2011 in white on red.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, three numerals and two letters.
The last two letters denote the town where VR stands for Vranje.
Before the last two letters is the national shield above the district code repeated in Cyrillic.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval SRB in white.


Government and State Enterprise vehicles series

Serbia

Former Government and State Enterprise vehicles series issued until 3rd January 2011 in white on red.
The registration consists of two numerals, followed by a hyphen, two numerals and two letters.
The two letters denote the district where CA stands for Cacak.
Before the two letters is the Serbian flag since 1998.


Diplomatic series

Serbia

Current diplomatic series since 3rd January 2011 in yellow and black.
The registration consists of three numerals, followed by a hyphen, one letter, a hyphen and three numerals.
Left of the registration is the town code vertically aligned where BG stands for Belgrade.
Right of the registration is the year vertically aligned, in this case 14 (2014).
A stands for Consular and Diplomatic series and 101 stands for The E.U..


Serbia

Former diplomatic series issued until 3rd January 2011 in yellow on black.
The registration consists of two numerals denoting the embassy, a hyphen, one letter, a hyphen and three numerals.
Left side of the registration is the town code vertically aligned and at the right hand side of the registration is the year vertically aligned.
A stands for Consular and Diplomatic series and 36 stands for The Netherlands.
BG stands for Beograd and 10 stands for 2010.


Serbia

Former diplomatic series issued until 3rd January 2011 in yellow on black.
The registration consists of three numerals denoting the embassy, a hyphen, one letter, a hyphen and two numerals.
Left side of the registration is the town code vertically aligned and at the right hand side of the registration is the year vertically aligned.
A stands for Consular and Diplomatic series and 126 stands for E.B.R.D.
BG stands for Beograd and 03 stands for 2003.


Temporary series

Serbia

Current temporary export series 3rd January 2011 in black on white.
The registration consists of the letters RPE, followed by two letters, a hyphen and three numerals.
The first two letters after RPE denote the town where BG stands for Beograd.
After the letters RPE is the national shield above the district code repeated in Cyrillic.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval SRB in white.
Right of the registration are the two last digits of the year, vertically aligned (15=2015).


Serbia

Former temporary series issued between 1987 and 3rd January 2011 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by three numerals.
After the two letters is the Serbian flag since 1998.
The first two letters denote the town where BG stands for Beograd.
At the top of the registration is RPE (Temporary tourist plate for export).
Left of the registration are the two last digits of the year, vertically aligned (04=2004).


Serbia

Former temporary series issued between 1987 and 3rd January 2011 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by three numerals, a hyphen and the letters RP.
After the two letters is the Serbian flag since 1998.
The first two letters denote the town where BG stands for Beograd.
Right of the registration are the two last digits of the year, vertically aligned (04=2004).
Note the new SCG oval instead of YU or SB.


Serbia

Former temporary series issued between 1987 and 3rd January 2011 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by three numerals, a hyphen and the letters RP.
After the two letters is the Serbian flag since 1998.
The first two letters denote the town where BG stands for Beograd.
Right of the registration are the two last digits of the year, vertically aligned (03=2003).


Serbia

Former temporary series issued between 1987 and 3rd January 2011 in black on white.
The registration consists of the letters RP, followed by a hyphen, three numerals and two letters.
Before the two letters is the Serbian flag since 1998.
The last two letters denote the town where BG stands for Beograd.
Left of the registration are the two last digits of the year, vertically aligned (03=2003).


Serbian vehicle registrations start or end with a group of two letters indicating the town/district of registration.
Pictures of the entire code list

  • AC
  •       Aleksandrovac
  • AL
  •       Aleksinac
  • AR
  •       Aranđelovac
  •       Bečej
  •       Bogatić
  • BG
  •       Beograd 
  • BO
  •       Bor
  • BP
  •       Bačka Palanka
  • BT
  •       Bačka Topola
  • BU
  •       Bujanovac
  • ČA
  •       Čačak
  • ĆU
  •       Ćuprija
  • DE
  •       Despotovac
  • GM
  •       Gornji Milanovac
  • IC
  •       Ivanjica
  • IN
  •       Inđija
  • JA
  •       Jagodina
  • KA
  •       Kanjiža
  • KG
  •       Kragujevac
  • KI
  •       Kikinda
  • KL
  •       Kladovo
  • KO
  •       Kovin
  •       Kruševac
  • KV
  •       Kraljevo
  •       Knjaževac
  • LB
  •       Lebane
  • LE
  •       Leskovac
  • LO
  •       Loznica
  • LU
  •       Lučani
  • NG
  •       Negotin
  • NI
  •       Niš
  • NP
  •       Novi Pazar
  • NS
  •       Novi Sad
  • NV
  •       Nova Varoš
  • PA
  •       Pančevo
  • PB
  •       Priboj
  • PI
  •       Pirot
  • PK
  •       Prokuplje
  • PN
  •       Paraćin
  • PO
  •       Požarevac
  • PP
  •       Prijepolje
  • PT
  •       Petrovac na Mlavi
  •       Požega
  • RA
  •       Raška
  • RU
  •       Ruma
  • SA
  •       Senta
  • ŠA
  •       Šabac
  • SC
  •       Surdulica
  • SD
  •       Smederevo
  • ŠI
  •       Šid
  • SJ
  •       Sjenica
  • SM
  •       Sremska Mitrovica
  • SO
  •       Sombor
  • SP
  •       Smederevska Palanka
  • ST
  •       Stara Pazova
  • SU
  •       Subotica
  • SV
  •       Svilajnac
  • TO
  •       Topola
  • TS
  •       Trstenik
  • TT
  •       Tutin
  • UB
  •       Ub
  • UE
  •       Užice
  • VA
  •       Valjevo
  • VB
  •       Vrnjačka Banja
  • VL
  •       Vlasotince
  • VP
  •       Velika Plana
  • VR
  •       Vranje
  • VS
  •       Vrbas
  •       Vršac
  • ZA
  •       Zaječar
  • ZR
  •       Zrenjanin


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