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Plate seen in Lisbon. Looks like a French plate with Portugese lettering style.


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Seen on a trailer.


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Seen on a trailer.


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Most likely English where the plate should read S 8 0RJ where 0 is the letter 0 ?


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Unknown series in black on white.
Possibly a German plate, French re-made which should then read AB-TE 20.
In that case, the first two letters denote the district or town where AB stands for Aschaffenburg.


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Unknown (Finnish ?) motorcycle series in white on black (?), with white border.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen and three numerals.
Seen in Helsinki. First letter should be province code but the letter G is not used.


Belgium

Unknown series in white on red with white border.
The registration consists of the letter Z, followed by five numbers.
The plate looks like a Belgian temporary series and was seen in Brussels.


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Unknown series in black on white (same as front plate).
The registration consists of four letters, followed by one numeral.
Could be a German registration where LA stands for Landshut ?


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Unknown series in black on white.
The registration consists of two numerals and one letter above one letter and two numerals.
Although the driver wants us to think it is an Italian registration, it is probably not.
Could be a Dutch registration ?


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Unknown series. The registration consists of three numerals, followed by three letters.
Seen in Nicosia, Cyprus.


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Unknown series, front plate in black on white.
The registration consists of the letters CD, followed by two letters and one numeral.
After the CD is the European flag.
Seen in Paphos, Cyprus.


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Unknown series, rear plate in black on yellow.
The registration consists of the letters CD, followed by two letters and one numeral.
After the CD is the European flag.
Seen in Paphos, Cyprus.


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Unknown trailer series. Was on a Spanish trailer, but cannot be Spanish.


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Unknown trailer series.
Most likely a Lithuanian series.


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Unknown series in black on white, seen in Dublin.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, two letters and three numerals.
Left of the plate is a blue euroband with the oval IRL in white below the twelve European golden stars.
Although the plate looks like an Irish plate, I think it is a German plate.
In that case NZ stands for Neusstrelitz, which is in Germany no longer used.


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Unknown plate, maybe a fake one.
Same front and rear plate.


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This is a very old car, completely destroyed standing on a parking of a flat.
Eastern Germany from Rostock ? Although the type does not match.


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This registration is NL 00572 and there is an L oval.
A Polish plate.


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My first thought for this car was a CD license plate from Iceland.
But I couldn´t find any other plate looking like this one anywhere else.
And most people tell me that it can´t be a car from Iceland because of the high number (95) for Finland (=D).


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I have been advised that this is a Bulgarian license plate.
The H would then mean that this car comes from Šumen.


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Front plate in black on white.
Seen in France, German plate remade in French style where DA stands for Darmstadt.


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rear plate in black on yellow.
Seen in France, German plate remade in French style where DA stands for Darmstadt.


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