## OVAL : MK |

Passenger series

Diplomatic series

Pictures of the entire code list

Current passenger series since March 2012 in black on white.

The registration consists of two letters, followed by four numerals and two letters.

The first two letters denote the town of issue where KU stands for Kumanovo.

After the two first letters is a red insignia with the Cyrillic equivalents of KU and AB.

To the left of the registration is a blue band with the oval MK in white.

Former passenger series issued between 1995 and February 2012 in black on white with red line at bottom and top.

The registration consists of two letters, followed by three numerals, a hyphen and two letters.

The first two letters denote the town of issue where SK stands for Skopje.

After the two first letters is a red insignia with the Cyrillic equivalents of SK and PI.

Former passenger series issued between 1995 and February 2012 in black on white with red line at bottom and top.

The registration consists of two letters, followed by three numerals, a hyphen and two letters.

The first two letters denote the town of issue where ST stands for Stip.

The first letter of the last two letters indicates the municipality where O stands for Kocani.

After the two first letters is a red insignia with the Cyrillic equivalents of ST and OO.

Former passenger series issued between 1995 and February 2012 in black on white with red line at bottom and top.

The registration consists of two letters, followed by three numerals, a hyphen and two letters.

The first two letters denote the town of issue where SK stands for Skopje.

Instead of the red insignia is a (illegal) blue band with the twelve European golden stars.

Current diplomatic series since 1996 in silver on black.

The registration consists of two numerals, followed by a hyphen, CD, a hyphen and three numerals.

The first two numerals denote the embassy code where 36 stands for P.H.A.R.E. (Poland and Hungary Assistance for Economic Restructuring Programme).

To the left of the registration is MK, vertically aligned.

To the right are the two last digits of the year, vertically aligned, where 15 stands for 2015.

Current diplomatic series since 1996 in silver on black.

The registration consists of two numerals, followed by a hyphen, CD, a hyphen and three numerals.

The first two numerals denote the embassy code where 50 is still an unknown code.

To the left of the registration is MK, vertically aligned.

To the right are the two last digits of the year, vertically aligned, where 15 stands for 2015.

Current diplomatic series since 1996 in silver on black.

The registration consists of two numerals, followed by a hyphen, CD, a hyphen and three numerals.

The first two numerals denote the embassy code where 25 stands for USA.

To the left of the registration is MK, vertically aligned.

To the right are the two last digits of the year, vertically aligned, where 06 stands for 2006.

Current diplomatic series since 1996 in silver on black.

The registration consists of two numerals, above MK-CD above three numerals.

The first two numerals denote the embassy code where 16 stands for Italy.

To the right are the two last digits of the year, vertically aligned, where 08 stands for 2008.

Macedonian vehicle registration plates start with a group of two letters, indicating the town of registration.

Pictures of the entire code list

BT |
Bitola |

GE |
Gevgelija |

GV |
Gostivar |

KA |
Kavadarci |

KI |
Kičevo |

KO |
Kočani |

KP |
Kriva Palanka |

KU |
Kumanovo |

OH |
Ohrid |

PP |
Prilep |

RA |
Radoviš |

SK |
Skopje |

SR |
Strumica |

ŠT |
Štip |

SU |
Struga |

TE |
Tetovo |

TV |
Titov Veles (replaced by VE) |

VE |
Veles (formerly Titov Veles) |