Kazakhstan

         

OVAL : KZ




Passenger series
Trailer series
State-owned and company vehicles series
Foreigner series
Foreigner trailer series
Pictures of the entire code list

Passenger series

Kazakhstan

Current passenger series since December 2012 in black on white with a black border, only using western letters.
The registration consists of three large numerals and three smaller letters.
Left of the registration is the national flag above the oval KZ in black capitals.
At the right is a separate panel with a number indicating the town or province, where 02 stands for Almaty city.


Kazachstan

Former passenger series issued between 1994 and December 2012 in black on white only using western letters.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by three numerals and three letters.
The first letter denotes the district where M stands for Karaganda district.
The last letter always is M, except for the larger cities and districts where the N follows.


Trailer series

Kazakhstan

Current trailer series since December 2012 in black on white with a black border, only using western letters.
The registration consists of three smaller letters above two large numerals.
Top left of the registration is the national flag above the oval KZ in black capitals.
Bottom left is a separate panel with a number indicating the town or province, where 05 stands for Almaty province.


Kazakhstan

Former trailer series issued between 1994 and 2011 in black on white only using western letters.
The registration consists of four numerals above two letters.
The first letter denotes the district where B stands for Alma-Ata district.
The plate has a square shape with the two lower corners cut away.


Kazakhstan

Former trailer series issued between 1994 and December 2012 in black on white only using western letters.
The registration consists of four numerals above two letters.
The first letter denotes the district where B stands for Alma-Ata district.
The plate has a square shape with the two lower corners cut away.


Kazachstan

Former trailer series issued between 1994 and December 2012 in black on white only using western letters.
The registration consists of four numerals above two letters.
The first letter denotes the district where m stands for Karaganda district.
The plate has a square shape with the two lower corners cut away.


State-owned and company vehicles series

Kazakhstan

Former state-owned and company vehicles series isused between 1995 and December 2012 in black on white only using western letters.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by three numerals and two letters.
The first letter denotes the district where B stands for Alma-Ata district.


Kazakhstan

Former state-owned and company vehicles two-line series isused between 1995 and December 2012 in black on white only using western letters.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by three numerals above two letters.
The first letter denotes the district where B stands for Alma-Ata district.


Foreigner series

Kazakhstan

Current foreigner series since December 2012 in black on yellow only using western letters.
The registration consists of a smaller letter H, followed by four numerals.
These plates are issued to local companies with foreign capital.
Left of the registration is the national flag above the oval KZ in black capitals.
At the right is a separate panel with a number indicating the town or province, where 02 stands for Almaty city.


Kazachstan

Former foreigner series issued between 1994 and December 2012 in black on yellow only using western letters.
The registration consists of the letter H, followed by six numerals.
These plates are issued to foreign residents or companies.


Foreigner trailer series

Kazakhstan

Former foreigner owned trailers series issued between 1997 and December 2012 in black on yellow with a black border, only using western letters.
The registration consists of four numerals above one letter and the letter X.
The first letter denotes the town or province where A stands for Almaty city.
The plate has a square shape with the two lower corners cut away.
These plates are issued to foreign residents or companies.


Kazakhstan

Former foreigner owned trailers series issued between 1997 and December 2012 in black on yellow only using western letters, with a black border.
The registration consists of four numerals above one letter and the letter X.
The first letter denotes the town or province where A stands for Almaty city.
The plate has a square shape with the two lower corners cut away.
These plates are issued to foreign residents or companies.


Kazakh vehicle registration plates start with a letter indicating the district of registration, followed by their main towns in parentheses, to aid location.
Pictures of the entire code list

  • A
  •       Alma-Ata       Almaty city
  • B
  •       Alma-Ata       Almaty district
  • C
  •       Akmolinsk       Akmolinsk
  • D
  •       Aktyubinsk       Aktyubinsk
  • E
  •       Atyrau       Atyrau
  • F
  •       Vostochno-Kazakhstan       Ust-Kemenogorsk
  • H
  •       Zhambyl       Zhambyl
  • K
  •       Zhezkazgan       Zhezkazgan
  • L
  •       Zapadno-Kazakhstan       Uralsk
  • M
  •       Karaganda       Karaganda
  • N
  •       Kzyl-Orda       Kzyl-Orda
  • O
  •       Kokshetau       Kokshetau
  • P
  •       Kustanay       Kustanay
  • R
  •       Mangistau       Ak-Tau
  • S
  •       Pavlodar       Pavlodar
  • T
  •       Severo-Kazakhstan       Petropavlovsk
  • U
  •       Semipalatinsk       Semipalatinsk
  • V
  •       Taldykorgan       Taldykorgan
  • W
  •       Turgay       Arkanyk
  • X
  •       Yuzhno-Kazakhstan       Shimkent


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