## OVAL : MA |

Passenger series

Trailer series

Foreigner series

Diplomatic series

Other series

Pictures of the entire code list

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of five numerals, followed by one Arabic letters and one numeral, all separated in panels.

The number in the right panel denotes the province or a prefecture within a province where 6 stands for Casablanca - Anfa.

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of five numerals, followed by one Arabic letters and one numeral, all separated in panels.

The number in the right panel denotes the province or a prefecture within a province where 6 stands for Casablanca - Anfa.

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of five numerals, followed by one Arabic letters and one numeral, all separated in panels.

The number in the right panel denotes the province or a prefecture within a province where 8 stands for Ain-Chock - Hay Hassani.

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of four numerals, followed by one Arabic letters and one numeral, all separated in panels.

The number in the right panel denotes the province or a prefecture within a province where 26 stands for Marrakech - Menara.

Left of the registration is a band with Maroc and the pentagram in green and a graphic a Morocco in red.

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of five numerals, followed by one Arabic letters and one numeral, all separated in panels.

The number in the right panel denotes the province or a prefecture within a province where 8 stands for Ain-Chock - Hay Hassani.

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of five numerals, followed by a hyphen, one Arabic letters and two numerals.

The number in the right panel denotes the province or a prefecture within a province where 49 stands for Berkane.

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of five numerals, followed by one Arabic letters and one numeral, all separated in panels.

The number in the right panel denotes the province or a prefecture within a province where 6 stands for Casablanca - Anfa.

Left of the registration is an unofficial red band with the national flag above the oval MA in white.

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of five numerals, followed by one Arabic letters and one numeral, all separated in panels.

The number in the right panel denotes the province or a prefecture within a province where 40 stands for Tanger - Asilah.

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of five numerals, followed by one Arabic letters and one numeral, all separated in panels.

The number in the right panel denotes the province or a prefecture within a province where 50 stands for Nador.

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of five numerals, followed by one Arabic letters and one numeral, all separated in panels.

The number in the right panel denotes the province or a prefecture within a province where 48 stands for Aujda - Angad.

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of five numerals, followed by one Arabic letters and one numeral, all separated in panels.

The number in the right panel denotes the province or a prefecture within a province where 1 stands for Rabat.

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of five numerals, followed by one Arabic letters and one numeral, all separated in panels.

The number in the right panel denotes the province or a prefecture within a province where 6 stands for Casablanca - Anfa.

Note that a sticker with the letter B has been placed on top of the original Arabic letter B.

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of four numerals, followed by one Arabic letters and one numeral, all separated in panels.

The number in the right panel denotes the province or a prefecture within a province where 6 stands for Casablanca - Anfa.

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of five numerals, followed by one Arabic letters and one numeral, all separated in panels.

The number in the right panel denotes the province or a prefecture within a province where 44 stands for Tetouan.

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of four numerals, followed by one Arabic letters and one numeral, all separated in panels.

The number in the right panel denotes the province or a prefecture within a province where 20 stands for Meknes - El Menzeh.

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of four numerals, followed by one Arabic letters and one numeral, all separated in panels.

The number in the right panel denotes the province or a prefecture within a province where 54 stands for Safi.

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of three numerals, followed by one Arabic letters and two numerals, all separated in panels.

The number in the right panel denotes the province or a prefecture within a province where 40 stands for Tanger - Asilah.

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of five numerals, followed by one Arabic letters and two numerals, all separated in panels.

The number in the right panel denotes the province or a prefecture within a province where 26 stands for Marrakech - Menara.

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals, followed by one Arabic letter and five numerals, all separated in panels.

The number in the upper right panel denotes the province or a prefecture within a province where 40 stands for Tanger - Asilah.

Note that the vertical lines are slashes on this plate.

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of four numerals, followed by one Arabic letters and one numeral, no panels.

The last two numerals denote the province or a prefecture within a province where 11 stands for Al fida - Derb-Sultan.

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of four numerals, one Arabic letter and two numerals. No panels on this plate.

The last two numerals denote the province or a prefecture within a province where 11 stands for Al fida - Derb-Sultan.

Current passenger series since 1st February 2000, two-line plate in black on white.

The registration consists of one Arabic letter, followed by a vertical line and two numerals above five numerals.

The number in the upper right panel denotes the province or a prefecture within a province where 40 stands for Tanger - Asilah.

Former passenger series rear plate issued between 1983 and 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of four numerals, followed by a hyphen, two numerals, a vertical line and one numeral.

The number at the right hand side of the vertical line denotes a zone while the numeral, or in the case of two numerals,

the first of two numerals, preceding the vertical line denotes the town.

In this case zone 5 and town 1 stand for Oujda.

Former passenger series front plate issued between 1983 and 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of four numerals, followed by a hyphen, two numerals, a vertical line and one numeral.

The number at the right hand side of the vertical line denotes a zone while the numeral, or in the case of two numerals,

the first of two numerals, preceding the vertical line denotes the town.

In this case zone 7 and town 1 stand for Tanger.

Former passenger series issued between 1983 and 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of four numerals, followed by a hyphen, one or two numerals, a vertical line and one numeral.

The numeral right of the vertical line denotes a zone while the numeral preceding the vertical line denotes the town.

In this case zone 1 and town 8 stand for Laayoune (El Aaiun).

Current large commercial trailer series (in addition to a normal plate) in white on red.

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

Current large commercial trailer series (in addition to a normal plate) in white on red.

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

Current large commercial trailer series (in addition to a normal plate) in white on red.

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

The right plate current passenger series since 1st February 2000 in black on white.

The registration consists of five numerals, followed by one Arabic letters and one numeral, all separated in panels.

The number in the right panel denotes the province or a prefecture within a province where 40 stands for Tanger - Asilah.

The left plate is an additional trailer plate in black on red used large commercial trailers.

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

Current foreigner owned plates series since 2000 in black on white.

The registration is in a central panel and consists of three numerals, followed by a hyphen and two numerals.

To left of the plate is CI above Maroc in black. To the right is the same in Arabic writing.

The last two numerals indicate the year where 04 stands for 2004.

Current diplomatic (CD) series since 2000 in black on yellow.

The registration is in a central panel and consists of one numeral, followed by a hyphen and two numerals.

To left of the plate is CD above Maroc in black. To the right is the same in Arabic writing.

The last two numerals indicate the embassy where 62 is an unknown code.

Current diplomatic (CD) series since 2000 in black on yellow.

The registration is in a central panel and consists of two numerals, followed by a hyphen and two numerals.

To left of the plate is CD above Maroc in black. To the right is the same in Arabic writing.

The last two numerals indicate the embassy where 62 is an unknown code.

Current diplomatic (CD) series since 2000 in black on yellow.

The registration is in a central panel and consists of two numerals, followed by a hyphen and two numerals.

To left of the plate is CD above Maroc in black. To the right is the same in Arabic writing.

The last two numerals indicate the embassy where 16 stands for Spain.

Current diplomatic (CD) series since 2000 in black on yellow.

The registration is in a central panel and consists of two numerals, followed by a hyphen and two numerals.

To left of the plate is CD above Maroc in black. To the right is the same in Arabic writing.

The last two numerals indicate the embassy where 52 stands for Switserland.

Current diplomatic (CD) series since 2000 in black on yellow.

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

To left of the plate is CD above Maroc in black. To the right is the same in Arabic writing.

The last two numerals indicate the embassy where 57 stands for Russia.

Current diplomatic series since 2000 in black on yellow.

The registration consists two numerals, a hyphen and one numeral.

To left of the plate is CD in black. To the right is the same in Arabic writing.

The last numeral indicates the embassy where 6 stands for Belgium.

Current diplomatic series since 2000 in black on yellow.

The registration consists two numerals, a hyphen and one numeral.

To left of the plate is CD in black. To the right is the same in Arabic writing.

The last numeral indicates the embassy where 6 stands for Belgium.

Current diplomatic (CD) series since 2000 in black on yellow.

The registration consists of the letters CD, followed by one numeral, a hyphen and one numeral.

The last numeral indicates the embassy where 6 stands for Belgium.

Unknown series in black on yellow.

The registration consists of one numeral, followed by two numerals.

At the top of the plate is Maroc followed by the Arabic equivalent.

Looks like a foreigner series but in that case the last two numerals indicate the year where 2021 is unlikely.

The picture was taken in 2000.

Current Moroccan series since 1st February 2000.

The number at the right denotes the province or a prefecture within a province.

Pictures of the entire code list

1 |
Rabat |

2 |
Sale - Medina |

3 |
Sale - Al Jadida |

4 |
Skhirat - Temara |

5 |
Khemisset |

6 |
Casablanca - Anfa |

7 |
Ain-Sebaa - Hay |

8 |
Ain-Chock - Hay Hassani |

9 |
Ben Msik - Mediouna |

10 |
Moulay Rashid - Sidi |

11 |
Al fida - Derb-Sultan |

12 |
Mechouar - Casablanca |

13 |
Sidi Bernoussi - Zenata |

14 |
Mohammedia |

15 |
Fes Jdid - Dar-Dbibagh |

16 |
Fes - Medina |

17 |
Zouagha - Moulay Yacoub |

18 |
Sefrou |

19 |
Boulemane |

20 |
Meknes - El Menzeh |

21 |
Al-Ismailia |

22 |
El Hajeb |

23 |
Ifrane |

24 |
Khenifra |

25 |
Er Rachidia (Ksar-es-Souk) |

26 |
Marrakech - Menara |

27 |
Marrakech - Medina |

28 |
Sidi-Youssef-Ben-Ali |

29 |
El Haouz |

30 |
Chichaoua |

31 |
El Kelaa des Srarhna |

32 |
Essaouira (Mogador) |

33 |
Agadir - Idi-ou-Tanane |

34 |
Inezgane - Ait-Melloul |

35 |
Chtouka - Ait Baha |

36 |
Taroudant |

37 |
Tiznit |

38 |
Ouarzazate |

39 |
Zagora |

40 |
Tanger - Asilah |

41 |
Fahs-Beni-Makada |

42 |
El Araiche (Larache) |

43 |
Chefchaouen (Chaouen) |

44 |
Tetouan (Tetuan) |

45 |
Al Hoceima |

46 |
Taza |

47 |
Taounate |

48 |
Aujda - Angad |

49 |
Berkane |

50 |
Nador |

51 |
Taourirt |

52 |
Jerada |

53 |
Figuig |

54 |
Safi |

55 |
El Jadida (Mazagan) |

56 |
Settat |

57 |
Khouribga |

58 |
Ben Slimane (Boulhaut) |

59 |
Kenitra |

60 |
Sidi Kacem |

61 |
Beni Mellal |

62 |
Azilal |

63 |
Es Semara (Western Sahara) |

64 |
Guelmine |

65 |
Tan-Tan |

66 |
Tata |

67 |
Assa-Zag |

68 |
Laayoune (El Aaiun) (Western Sahara) |

69 |
Boujdour (Western Sahara) |

70 |
Oued Eddahab (Western Sahara) |

71 |
Awserd (Western Sahara) |

72 |
Casablanca Californie |