Russia

         

OVAL : RUS




Passenger series
Trailer series
Transit series
Foreign truck series
Foreign trailer series
Bus series
Diplomatic series
Pictures of the entire code list

Passenger series

Russia

Current passenger series since 1994 in black on white.
The registration consists of one small letter, followed by three numerals and two small letters.
To the right of the plate is a panel with three numerals above the oval RUS and the Russian flag.
The three numerals in the right panel denote the region where 750 stands for Moscow Oblast.


Russia

Current passenger series since 1994 in black on white.
The registration consists of one small letter, followed by three numerals and two small letters.
To the right of the plate is a panel with three numerals above the oval RUS and the Russian flag.
The three numerals in the right panel denote the region where 177 stands for Moscow.


Russia

Current passenger series since 1994 in black on white.
The registration consists of one small letter, followed by three numerals and two small letters.
To the right of the plate is a panel with three numerals above the oval RUS and the Russian flag.
The two numerals in the right panel denote the region where 39 stands for Kaliningrad Oblast.


Russia

Current passenger series since 1994 in black on white.
The registration consists of one small letter, followed by three numerals and two small letters.
To the right of the plate is a panel with three numerals above the oval RUS (no flag).
The two numerals in the right panel denote the region where 77 stands for Moscow.
Note the different size and lettering style.


Trailer series

Russia

Current trailer series since 1994 in black on white.
The registration consists of two small letters, followed by four numerals.
To the right of the plate is a panel with three numerals above the oval RUS and the Russian flag.
The two numerals in the right panel denote the region where 77 stands for Moscow city before 1998.


Russia

Current trailer series since 1994 in black on white.
The registration consists of two small letters, followed by four numerals.
To the right of the plate is a panel with three numerals above the oval RUS (no flag).
The two numerals in the right panel denote the region where 77 stands for Moscow city before 1998.


Transit series

Russia

Current transit series since January 2010 in black on white.
The registration consists of two smaller letters, followed by three numerals and one smaller letter.
To the right of the plate is a yellow panel with two numerals above the oval RUS and the Russian flag.
The two numerals in the right panel denote the region where 77 stands for Moscow city before 1998.


Russia

Former transit series issued between 2001 and January 2010 in black on white.
The registration consists of the letter T in a panel, followed by two smaller letters and three numerals.
To the right of the plate is a panel with two numerals above the letters RUS (no flag).
The two numerals in the right panel denote the region where 77 stands for Moscow city before 1998.


Foreign truck series

Russia

Current foreign truck series since 1994 in black on yellow.
The registration consists of two smaller letters, three numerals and one smaller letter.
To the right of the plate is a panel with two numerals above the oval RUS (no flag).
The two numerals in the right panel denote the region where 77 stands for Moscow city before 1998.


Foreign trailer series

Russia

Current foreign trailer series since 1994 in black on yellow.
The registration consists of three numerals followed by two smaller letters.
To the right of the plate is a panel with two numerals above the oval RUS (no flag).
The two numerals in the right panel denote the region where 77 stands for Moscow city before 1998.


Bus series

Russia

Current bus series since 2001 in black on yellow.
The registration consists of two smaller letters, followed by three numerals.
To the right of the plate is a panel with two numerals above the oval RUS (no flag).
The two numerals in the right panel denote the region where 39 stands for Kaliningrad.


Diplomatic series

Russia

Current diplomatic series since 1994 in white on red.
The registration consists of three numerals, followed by the letter D and three smaller numerals.
To the right of the plate is a panel with the region code above the RUS oval in white.
008 is the embassy code for Belgium, D stands for Diplomatic personnel and 77 stands for Moscow city before 1998.


Russian vehicle registration plates have a group of two digits at the right, indicating the district of registration, followed here by their main towns to aid location.
Pictures of the entire code list

  • 01
  •       Adygei Republic       Maikop
  • 02
  •       Bashkir Republic       Ufa
  • 03
  •       Buryat Republic       Ulan-Ude
  • 04
  •       Gorno Altay Republic       Gorno Altay
  • 05
  •       Dagestan Republic       Makhachkala
  • 06
  •       Ingush Republic       Grozny
  • 07
  •       Kabardin-Balkar Republic       Nalchik
  • 08
  •       Kalmyk Republic       Elista
  • 09
  •       Karachayevo-Cherkess Republic       Cherkessk
  • 10
  •       Karelia Karelskaya Republic       Petrozavodsk
  • 11
  •       Komi Republic       Syttyvkar
  • 12
  •       Mari Republic       Yoshkar Ola
  • 13
  •       Mordovian Mordovskaya Republic       Saransk
  • 14
  •       Yakutsk Republic       Yakutsk
  • 15
  •       North Ossetian Severo Ossetian Republic       Ordzhonikidze
  • 16
  •       Tatar Republic       Kazan
  • 17
  •       Tuva Republic       Kzyzl
  • 18
  •       Udmurt Republic       Izhevsk
  • 19
  •       Kharkass Republic       Abakan
  • 20
  •       Chechen Republic       Grozny
  • 21
  •       Chuvashv       Cheboksary
  • 22
  •       Altay Republic       Barnaul
  • 23
  •       Krasnodar Republic       Krasnodar
  • 24
  •       Krasnoyarsk Republic       Krasnoyarsk
  • 25
  •       Primorskiy Republic       Vladivostok
  • 26
  •       Stavropol Republic       Stavropol
  • 27
  •       Khabarovsk Republic       Khabarovsk
  • 28
  •       Amur Oblast
  • 29
  •       Archangel       Arkhangelsk Oblast
  • 30
  •       Astrkhan Oblast
  • 31
  •       Belgorod Oblast
  • 32
  •       Bryansk Oblast
  • 33
  •       Vladimir Oblast
  • 34
  •       Volgograd Oblast
  • 35
  •       Vologda Oblast
  • 36
  •       Voronezh Oblast
  • 37
  •       Ivanovo Oblast
  • 38
  •       Irkutsk Oblast
  • 39
  •       Kaliningrad Oblast
  • 40
  •       Kaluga Oblast
  • 41
  •       Kamchatka Oblast
  • 42
  •       Kemerovo Oblast
  • 43
  •       Kirov Oblast
  • 44
  •       Kostroma Oblast
  • 45
  •       Kurgan Oblast
  • 46
  •       Kursk Oblast
  • 47
  •       Leningrad / St Petersburg Oblast
  • 48
  •       Lipetsk Oblast
  • 49
  •       Magadan Oblast
  • 50
  •       Moscow       Moskva Oblast
  • 51
  •       Murmansk Oblast
  • 52
  •       Nizhny Novgorod Oblast
  • 53
  •       Novgorod Oblast
  • 54
  •       Novosibirsk Oblast
  • 55
  •       Omsk Oblast
  • 56
  •       Orenburg Oblast
  • 57
  •       Orel Oblast
  • 58
  •       Penza Oblast
  • 59
  •       Perm Oblast
  • 60
  •       Pskov Oblast
  • 61
  •       Rostov Oblast
  • 62
  •       Ryazan Oblast
  • 63
  •       Samara Oblast
  • 64
  •       Saratov Oblast
  • 65
  •       Sakhalin Oblast
  • 66
  •       Sverdlovsk / Yekaterinburg Oblast
  • 67
  •       Smolensk Oblast
  • 68
  •       Tambov Oblast
  • 69
  •       Tver Oblast
  • 70
  •       Tomsk Oblast
  • 71
  •       Tula Oblast
  • 72
  •       Tyumen Oblast
  • 73
  •       Ulyanovsk Oblast
  • 74
  •       Chelyabinsk Oblast
  • 75
  •       Chita Oblast
  • 76
  •       Yaroslavl Oblast
  • 77
  •       Moscow       Moskva city
  • 78
  •       St Petersburg city
  • 79
  •       Yevrey autonomous area
  • 80
  •       Agin-Buryat autonomous area
  • 81
  •       Komi-Permyats autonomous area
  • 82
  •       Koryak autonomous area
  • 83
  •       Nenets autonomous area
  • 84
  •       Taymyr autonomous area
  • 85
  •       Ust-Ordyn-Buryat autonomous area
  • 86
  •       Khanty-Mansy autonomous area
  • 87
  •       Chukot autonomous area
  • 88
  •       Evenkiy autonomous area
  • 89
  •       Yamalo-Nenets autonomous area
  • 90
  •       Moskva
  • 91
  •       Kaliningrad
  • 93
  •       Krasnodar
  • 94
  •       Overseas sites of the Ministry of Internal Affairs
  • 95
  •       Checheniya
  • 96
  •       Sverdlovsk
  • 97
  •       Moskva
  • 98
  •       Sankt-Peterburg
  • 99
  •       Moskva


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