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Passenger series
Temporary series
Bicycle rack series
Test series
Trailer repeater series
Diplomatic series
Military series
Official series
Moped series
Pictures of the entire code list

Passenger series

Austria

Current passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white, with euroband since November 4th 2002.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by three numerals and two letters.
The first letter denotes the district where G stands for Graz in Steiermark.
After the two first letters is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Steiermark) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval A, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Austria

Current passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white, with euroband since November 4th 2002.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by four numerals and two letters.
The first letter denotes the district where W stands for Wien.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name Wien below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval A, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Austria

Current passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white, with euroband since November 4th 2002.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by five numerals and one letter.
The first letter denotes the district where W stands for Wien.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name Wien below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval A, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Austria

Current passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white, with euroband since November 4th 2002.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by one numeral and three letters.
The first two letters denote the district where GU stands for Graz Umgebung in Steiermark .
After the two first letters is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Steiermark) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
To the left is a blue band with the oval A, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Austria

Current passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white, with euroband since November 4th 2002.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by two numerals and two letters.
The first two letters denote the district where JO stands for St. Johann in Salzburg.
After the two first letters is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Salzburg) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
To the left is a blue band with the oval A, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Austria

Current passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white, with euroband since November 4th 2002.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by three numerals and one letter.
The first two letters denote the district where MA stands for Mattersburg in Burgenland.
After the two first letters is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Burgenland) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
To the left is a blue band with the oval A, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Austria

Current passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white, with euroband since November 4th 2002.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by three numerals and two letters.
The first letter denotes the district where SL stands for Salzburg Umgebung in Salzburg.
After the two first letters is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Salzburg) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval A, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Austria

Current personalized passenger series since January 1st 1990, with euroband since November 4th 2002 in black on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by five letters and one numeral.
Personalized series consist of at least one letter followed by at least one number.
The first letter denotes the district where W stands for Wien.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Wien) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
To the left is a blue band with the oval A, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Austria

Current personalized passenger series since January 1st 1990, with euroband since November 4th 2002 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by four letters and one numeral.
Personalized series consist of at least one letter followed by at least one number.
The first two letters denote the district where OW stands for Oberwart in Burgenland.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Burgenland) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
To the left is a blue band with the oval A, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Austria

Current personalized passenger series since January 1st 1990, with euroband since November 4th 2002 in black on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by three letters and two numerals.
Personalized series consist of at least one letter followed by at least one number.
The first letter denotes the district where B stands for Bregenz.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Vorarlberg) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
To the left is a blue band with the oval A, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Austria

Current personalized passenger series since January 1st 1990, with euroband since November 4th 2002 in black on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by one letter and five numerals.
Personalized series consist of at least one letter followed by at least one number.
The first letter denotes the district where W stands for Wien.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Wien) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
To the left is a blue band with the oval A, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Austria

Current personalized passenger series since January 1st 1990, with euroband since November 4th 2002 in black on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by three letters and one numeral.
Personalized series consist of at least one letter followed by at least one number.
The first two letters denote the district where SZ stands for Schwaz.
After the first two letters is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Tirol) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
To the left is a blue band with the oval A, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Austria

Current personalized passenger series since January 1st 1990, with euroband since November 4th 2002 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by four letters and one numeral.
Personalized series consist of at least one letter followed by at least one number.
The first two letters denote the district where DL stands for Deutschlandsberg.
After the first two letters is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Steiermark) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
To the left is a blue band with the oval A, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Austria

Current passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by two numerals and three letters.
The first letter denotes the district where B stands for Bregenz in Vorarlberg.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Vorarlberg) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.


Austria

Current passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by three numerals and two letters.
The first letter denotes the district where S stands for Salzburg Stadt in Salzburg.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Salzburg) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.


Austria

Current passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by four numerals and one letter.
The first letter denotes the district where I stands for Innsbruck in Tirol.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Tirol) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.


Austria

Current passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by four numerals and two letters.
The first letter denotes the district where I stands for Innsbruck in Tirol.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Tirol) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.


Austria

Current passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by five numerals and one letter.
The first letter denotes the district where W stands for Wien.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Wien) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.


Austria

Current passenger series since January 1st 1990, two-line rear plate in black on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by one numeral above two numerals and two letters.
The first letter denotes the district where S stands for Salzburg Stadt in Salzburg.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Salzburg) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.


Austria

Current passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by one numeral and three letters.
The first two letters denote the district where BZ stands for Bludenz in Vorarlberg.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Vorarlberg) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.


Austria

Current passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by two numerals and two letters.
The first two letters denote the district where HE stands for Hermagor in Karinthien.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Karinthien) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.


Austria

Current passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by three numerals and one letter.
The first two letters denote the district where TU stands for Tulln in Niederoesterreich.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Niederoesterreich) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.


Austria

Current passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by three numerals and two letters.
The first two letters denote the district where RI stands for Ried im Innkreis in Oberoesterreich.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Oberoesterreich) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.


Austria

Current passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by one numeral and three letters.
The first two letters denote the district where LN stands for Leoben Land in Steiermark.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Steiermark) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
Left of the registration is an unofficial addition of a euroband sticker.


Austria

Current personalized passenger series since January 1st 1990, with euroband since November 4th 2002 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by three letters and one numeral.
Personalized series consist of at least one letter followed by at least one number.
The first two letters denote the district where LZ stands for Lienz in Tirol.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Tirol) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
To the left is a blue band with the oval A, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Austria

Current personalized passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by five letters and one numeral.
Personalized series consist of at least one letter followed by at least one number.
The first letter denotes the district where B stands for Bregenz in Vorarlberg.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Vorarlberg) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.


Austria

Current personalized passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by four letters and one numeral.
Personalized series consist of at least one letter followed by at least one number.
The first two letters denote the district where LZ stands for Lienz in Tirol.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Tirol) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.


Austria

Current personalized passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by five letters and one numeral.
Personalized series consist of at least one letter followed by at least one number.
The first letter denotes the district where S stands for Salzburg Stadt in Salzburg.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Salzburg) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.


Austria

Current personalized passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by two letters and one numeral.
Personalized series consist of at least one letter followed by at least one number.
The first letter denotes the district where KI stands for Kirchdorf an der Krems in Oberoesterreich.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Oberoesterreich) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.


Austria

Current personalized passenger series since January 1st 1990 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by four letters and one numeral.
Personalized series consist of at least one letter followed by at least one number.
The first two letters denote the district where LA stands for Landeck in Tirol.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Tirol) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.


Austria

Current passenger (motorcycle) series since January 1st 1990, two-line rear plate in black on white, with euroband since November 4th 2002.
The registration consists of two letters, above two numerals and two letters.
The first two letters denote the district where IL stands for Innsbruck Land in Tirol.
After the first two letters is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Tirol) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
Top left is a blue band with the oval A in white below the 12 European golden stars.


Austria

Current passenger (motorcycle) series since January 1st 1990, two-line rear plate in black on white, with euroband since November 4th 2002.
The registration consists of two letters, above one numeral and three letters.
The first two letters denote the district where VB stands for Voecklabruck in Oberoesterreich.
After the first two letters is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Oberoesterreich) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
Top left is a blue band with the oval A in white below the 12 European golden stars.


Austria

Current passenger (motorcycle) series since January 1st 1990, two-line rear plate in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by one numeral above two numerals and two letters.
The first two letters denote the district where SL stands for Salzburg Land in Salzburg.
After the first two letters is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Salzburg) below.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.


Austria

Former passenger series issued between 1947 and December 31st 1989, rear plate in white on black.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by three numerals, a period and three numerals.
The letter denotes the province where W stands for Wien.


Austria

Former passenger series issued between 1947 and December 31st 1989, smaller size front plate in white on black.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by three numerals, a period and three numerals.
The letter denotes the province where N stands for Niederoesterreich.
The two numerals preceding the period denote the district where 05 stands for Gmünd.


Austria

Former passenger series issued between 1947 and December 31st 1989, rear plate in white on black.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by three numerals, a period and three numerals.
The letter denotes the province where N stands for Niederoesterreich.
The two numerals preceding the period denote the district where 05 stands for Gmünd.


Austria

Former trailer series issued between 1947 and December 31st 1989, rear plate in white on black, with red border.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by a hyphen, three numerals, a period and three numerals.
The letter denotes the province where O stands for Oberoesterreich.
The two numerals preceding the period denote the district where 34 stands for Wels Land.


Austria

Former passenger series issued between 1947 and December 31st 1989, rear plate in white on black.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by three numerals, a period and three numerals.
The letter denotes the province where S stands for Salzburg.
The two numerals preceding the period denote the district where 16 stands for Salzburg Stadt.


Austria

Former passenger series issued between 1947 and December 31st 1989, rear plate in white on black.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by two numerals, a period and three numerals.
The letter denotes the province where T stands for Tirol.
The two numerals preceding the period denote the district where 53 stands for Imst.


Austria

Former passenger series issued between 1947 and December 31st 1989, rear plate in white on black.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by two numerals, a period and three numerals.
The letter denotes the province where K stands for Karnten.
The two numerals preceding the period denote the district where 68 stands for St Veit an der Glan.


Temporary series

Austria

Current temporary series for vehicles registered by foreign residents since January 1st 1990 in white on blue.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by two numerals and two letters (always 4 serial characters).
The first two letters denote the district where LA stands for Landeck in Tirol.
After the two first letters is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Tirol) below.
Right of the registration is a red band with the last two digits of the year of expiry in white (2003).


Austria

Current temporary series for vehicles registered by foreign residents since January 1st 1990 in white on blue.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by two numerals and two letters (always 4 serial characters).
The first two letters denote the district where BN stands for Baden in Niederoesterreich.
After the two first letters is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Niederoesterreich) below.
Right of the registration is a red band with the last two digits of the year of expiry in white (2002).


Austria

Current temporary series for up to three weeks since January 1st 1990 in white on green.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by one numeral and three letters.
The first letter denotes the district where S stands for Salzburg.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Salzburg) below.
Right of the registration is a dated seal which is valid for three weeks.


Austria

Current temporary series for up to three weeks since January 1st 1990 in white on green.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by two numerals and two letters.
The first letter denotes the district where G stands for Graz in Steiermark.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Steiermark) below.
Right of the registration is a dated seal which is valid for three weeks.


Austria

Current temporary series for up to three weeks since January 1st 1990 in white on green.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by three numerals and one letter.
The first letter denotes the district where L stands for Linz in Oberoesterreich.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Oberoesterreich) below.
Right of the registration is a dated seal which is valid for three weeks.


Austria

Current temporary series for up to three weeks since January 1st 1990 in white on green.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by two numerals and two letters.
The first two letters denote the district where KB stands for Kitzbühel in Tirol.
After the two first letters is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Tirol) below.
Right of the registration is a dated seal which is valid for three weeks.


Austria

Current temporary series for up to three weeks since January 1st 1990 in white on green.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by one numeral and three letters.
The first two letters denote the district where VB stands for Vocklarbruck in Oberoesterreich.
After the two first letters is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Oberoesterreich) below.
Right of the registration is a dated seal which is valid for three weeks.


Austria

Current temporary series for up to three weeks since January 1st 1990 in white on green.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by two numerals and three letters.
The first letter denotes the district where W stands for Wien.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Wien) below.
Right of the registration is a dated seal which is valid for three weeks.


Bicycle rack series

Austria

Current bicycle rack series since August 2007 in white on red.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by four numerals and one letter.
The first letter denotes the district where L stands for Linz.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Oberoesterreich) below.


Austria

Current bicycle rack series since August 2007 in white on red.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by two numerals and two letters.
The first two letters denote the district where WO stands for Wolfsberg in Karinthien.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Karinthien) below.


Austria

Current bicycle rack series since August 2007 in white on red.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by one numeral and three letters.
The first two letters denote the district where RE stands for Reutte in Tirol.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Tirol) below.


Austria

Current optional personalized bicycle rack series since August 2007 in white on red.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by three letters and one numeral.
The first two letters denote the district where SZ stands for Schwaz in Tirol.
After the two first letters is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Tirol) below.


Test series

Austria

Current test series since January 1st 1990 in white on blue.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by three numeral and two letters.
The first letter denotes the district where S stands for Salzburg.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Salzburg) below.


Austria

Current test series since January 1st 1990 in white on blue.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by two numeral and two letters.
The first letter denotes the district where B stands for Bregenz.
After the first letter is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Vorarlberg) below.


Austria

Current test series since January 1st 1990 in white on blue.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by one numeral and three letters.
The first two letters denote the district where SL stands for Salzburg Land in Salzburg.
After the two first letters is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Salzburg) below.


Austria

Current motorcycle test series since January 1st 1990 in white on blue.
The registration consists of two letters above one numeral and three letters.
The first two letters denote the district where BR stands for Braunau am Inn in Oberösterreich.
Top left of the registration is a blue band with the oval A, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Austria

Former test series issued between 1947 and 1989 in white on blue, smaller size front plate.
The registration consists of one letter and one numeral, followed by a dot and three numerals.
The letter denotes the province where O stands for Oberoesterreich.
The first numeral denotes the city where 3 stands for Gmunden.


Austria

Former test series issued between 1947 and 1989 in white on blue, rear plate.
The registration consists of one letter and one numeral, followed by a dot and three numerals.
The letter denotes the province where O stands for Oberoesterreich.
The first numeral denotes the city where 3 stands for Gmunden.


Trailer repeater series

Austria

Current trailer repeater series since January 1st 1990 in white on red.
This series is used for foreign trailers towed by Austrian registered vehicles.
The trailer then carries the registration of the vehicle in red and white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by two numerals and two letters.
The first two letters denote the district where SL stands for Salzburg Land in Salzburg.
After the two first letters is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Salzburg) below.


Austria

Current trailer repeater series since January 1st 1990 in white on red.
This series is used for foreign trailers towed by Austrian registered vehicles.
The trailer then carries the registration of the vehicle in red and white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by three numerals and two letters.
The first two letters denote the district where BZ stands for Bludenz in Vorarlberg.
After the two first letters is the coat-of-arms of the province with the province name (Vorarlberg) below.


Diplomatic series

Austria

Current diplomatic series in black on white, with euroband since November 4th 2002.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by the letter D, a hyphen and five numerals.
The first letter denotes the province where W stands for Wien. The letter D stands for diplomatic corps.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 21 stands for Luxemburg.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
To the left is a blue band with the oval A below the twelve golden European stars.


Austria

Current diplomatic series in black on white, with euroband since November 4th 2002.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by the letter D, a hyphen and five numerals.
The first letter denotes the province where W stands for Wien. The letter D stands for diplomatic corps.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 84 stands for UNCB.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
To the left is a blue band with the oval A below the twelve golden European stars.


Austria

Current diplomatic series in black on white, with euroband since November 4th 2002.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by the letter D, a hyphen and five numerals.
The first letter denotes the province where W stands for Wien. The letter D stands for diplomatic corps.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 98 stands for E.U..
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
To the left is a blue band with the oval A below the twelve golden European stars.
This is a private made replacement plate for limited time, while the original plate is lost. After this time you need a new origial plate.


Austria

Current diplomatic series in black on white, with euroband since November 4th 2002.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by the letter D, a hyphen and three numerals.
The first letter denotes the province where W stands for Wien. The letter D stands for diplomatic corps.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 27 stands for Hungary .
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
To the left is a blue band with the oval A below the twelve golden European stars.


Austria

Current diplomatic series in black on white, with euroband since November 4th 2002.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by the letter D, a hyphen and one numeral.
The first letter denotes the province where T stands for Tirol. The letter D stands for diplomatic corps.
The first numeral denotes the embassy where 4 stands for Germany.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
To the left is a blue band with the oval A below the twelve golden European stars.


Military series

Austria

Current federal army series since January 1st 1990 in black on white, with euroband since November 4th 2002.
The registration consists of the letters BH, followed by five numerals.
After the two first letters is the federal coat-of-arms.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
To the left is a blue band with the oval A, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Official series

Austria

Current official series since January 1st 1990 in black on white, with euroband since November 4th 2002.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by five numerals.
The letters BD denote Bundesbuspost (Federal Bus Service).
After the two first letters is the federal coat-of-arms.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval A, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Austria

Current official series since January 1st 1990 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by five numerals.
The letters BD denote Bundesbuspost (Federal Bus Service).
After the two first letters is the federal coat-of-arms.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.


Austria

Current official series since January 1st 1990 in black on white, with euroband since November 4th 2002.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by three numerals.
The letters PT denote Post- und Telegraphenverwaltung.
After the two first letters is the federal coat-of-arms.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.
Left of the registration is a blue band with the oval A, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Austria

Current official series since January 1st 1990 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by five numerals.
The letters PT denote Post- und Telegraphenverwaltung.
After the two first letters is the federal coat-of-arms.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.


Austria

Current official series since January 1st 1990 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by four numerals.
The letters BG denote Police and Gendarmerie, while the first numeral indicates the province where 7 stands for Tirol.
After the two first letters is the federal coat-of-arms.
At the top and at the bottom are two horizontal red lines.


Austria

Former official series issued between 1947 and December 31st 1989, rear plate in white on black.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by one numeral, a period and three numerals.
The letters BB denote Österreichische Bundesbahnen (Federal Railways).


Moped series

Austria

Current moped series January 1st 1990 in white on red with a white border in the shape of a shield.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by a hyphen, one numeral above one numeral and two letters.
The first two letters denote the district where LZ stands for Lienz in Tirol.


Austria

Current moped series January 1st 1990 in white on red with a white border in the shape of a shield.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, one numeral above one numeral and two letters.
The first two letters denote the district where LZ stands for Lienz in Tirol.


Austrian vehicle registration plates, new-style, black letters on white background, start with a group of one or two letters, indicating the town of registration.
Pictures of the entire code list

  • A
  •       Transport for Bundespraesidenten, Nationalrat, Bundesregierung
  • AM
  •        Amstetten       Niederoesterreich
  • B
  •        Bregenz       Vorarlberg
  • BA
  •        Bad Aussee       Steiermark
  • BB
  •        Bundesbahn
  • BD
  •        Bundesbusdienst
  • BG
  •        Bundesgendamerie
  • BH
  •        Bundesheer
  • BL
  •        Bruck an der Leitha       Niederoesterreich
  • BM
  •        Bruck an der Mur       Steiermark
  • BN
  •        Baden       Niederoesterreich
  • BP
  •        Bundespolizei
  • BR
  •        Braunau am Inn       Oberoesterreich
  • BZ
  •        Bludenz       Vorarlberg
  • DL
  •        Deutschlandsberg       Steiermark
  • DO
  •        Dornbirn       Vorarlberg
  • E
  •        Eisenstadt       Burgenland
  • EF
  •        Eferding       Oberoesterreich
  • EU
  •        Eisenstadt Umgebung       Burgenland
  • FB
  •        Feldbach       Steiermark
  • FE
  •        Feldkirchen       Karinthien
  • FF
  •        Fuerstenfeld       Steiermark
  • FK
  •        Feldkirch       Vorarlberg
  • FR
  •        Freistadt       Oberoesterreich
  • G
  •        Graz       Steiermark
  • GB
  •        Groebming       Steiermark
  • GD
  •        Gmund       Niederoesterreich
  • GF
  •        Gaenserndorf       Niederoesterreich
  • GM
  •        Gmunden       Oberoesterreich
  • GR
  •        Grieskirchen       Oberoesterreich
  • GS
  •        Guessing       Burgenland
  • GU
  •        Graz Umgebung       Steiermark
  • HA
  •        Hallein       Salzburg
  • HB
  •        Hartberg       Steiermark
  • HE
  •        Hermagor       Karinthien
  • HL
  •        Hollabrunn       Niederoesterreich
  • HO
  •        Horn       Niederoesterreich
  • I
  •        Innsbruck       Tirol
  • IL
  •        Innsbruck Land       Tirol
  • IM
  •        Imst       Tirol
  • JE
  •        Jennersdorf       Burgenland
  • JO
  •        St. Johann       Salzburg
  • JU
  •        Judenburg       Steiermark
  • K
  •        Klagenfurt       Karinthien
  • KB
  •        Kitzbuehel       Tirol
  • KF
  •        Knittelfeld       Steiermark
  • KI
  •        Kirchdorf an der Krems       Oberoesterreich
  • KL
  •        Klagenfurt Land       Karinthien
  • KO
  •        Korneuburg       Niederoesterreich
  • KR
  •        Krems an der Donau       Niederoesterreich
  • KS
  •        Krems an der Donau Mag.       Niederoesterreich
  • KU
  •        Kufstein       Tirol
  • L
  •        Linz       Oberoesterreich
  • LA
  •        Landeck       Tirol
  • LB
  •        Leibnitz       Steiermark
  • LE
  •        Leoben       Steiermark
  • LF
  •        Lilienfeld       Niederoesterreich
  • LI
  •        Liezen       Steiermark
  • LL
  •        Linz Land       Oberoesterreich
  • LN
  •        Leoben Land       Steiermark
  • LZ
  •        Lienz       Tirol
  • MA
  •        Mattersburg       Burgenland
  • MD
  •        Moedling       Niederoesterreich
  • ME
  •        Melk       Niederoesterreich
  • MI
  •        Mistelbach       Niederoesterreich
  • MU
  •        Murau       Steiermark
  • MZ
  •        Muerzzuschlag       Steiermark
  • ND
  •        Neusiedl am See       Burgenland
  • NK
  •        Neunkirchen       Niederoesterreich
  • OP
  •        Oberpullendorf       Burgenland
  • OW
  •        Oberwart       Burgenland
  • P
  •        St. Poelten       Niederoesterreich
  • PE
  •        Perg       Oberoesterreich
  • PL
  •        St. Poelten Land       Niederoesterreich
  • RA
  •        Radkersburg       Steiermark
  • RE
  •        Reutte       Tirol
  • RI
  •        Ried im Innkreis       Oberoesterreich
  • RO
  •        Rohrbach im Muehlkreis       Oberoesterreich
  • S
  •       Salzburg Stadt       Salzburg
  • SB
  •        Scheibbs       Niederoesterreich
  • SD
  •        Schaerding       Oberoesterreich
  • SE
  •        Steyr Land       Oberoesterreich
  • SL
  •       Salzburg Umgebung       Salzburg
  • SP
  •        Spittal an der Drau       Karinthien
  • SR
  •        Steyr       Oberoesterreich
  • SV
  •        St.Veit an der Glan       Karinthien
  • SW
  •        Schwechat       Niederoesterreich
  • SZ
  •        Schwaz       Tirol
  • TA
  •        Tamsweg       Salzburg
  • TU
  •        Tulln       Niederoesterreich
  • UU
  •        Urfahr Umgebung       Oberoesterreich
  • VB
  •        Voecklabruck       Oberoesterreich
  • VI
  •        Villach       Karinthien
  • VK
  •        Voelkermarkt       Karinthien
  • VL
  •        Villach Land       Karinthien
  • VO
  •        Voitsberg       Steiermark
  • W
  •       Wien       Wien
  • WB
  •        Wiener Neustadt Bezirk       Niederoesterreich
  • WE
  •        Wels       Oberoesterreich
  • WL
  •        Wels Land       Oberoesterreich
  • WN
  •        Wiener Neustadt       Niederoesterreich
  • WO
  •        Wolfsberg       Karinthien
  • WT
  •        Waidhofen an der Thaya       Niederoesterreich
  • WU
  •        Wien Umgebung       Niederoesterreich
  • WY
  •        Waidhofen an der Ybbs       Niederoesterreich
  • WZ
  •        Weiz       Steiermark
  • ZE
  •        Zell am See       Salzburg
  • ZT
  •        Zwettl       Niederoesterreich
  • ZW
  •        Zollwache

    The old style, pre-1990, with white letters on black background, can still be occasionally seen.
    They start with a group of one or two letters, indicating the province (Land) or city of registration.

  • B
  •       Burgenland
  • G
  •       Graz
  • K
  •       Karinthien
  • L
  •       Linz
  • N
  •       Niederoesterreich
  • O
  •       Oberoesterreich
  • S
  •       Salzburg
  • St
  •       Steiermark
  • T
  •       Tirol
  • V
  •       Vorarlberg
  • W
  •       Wien


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