Slovakia

         

OVAL : SK




Passenger series
Motorcycle series
Trailer series
Commercial series
Special vehicle series
Private export series
Diplomatic series
Temporary series
Historical series
Other series
Pictures of the entire code list

Passenger series

Slovakia

Current passenger series since 1st May 2004 in black on white, with national coat-of-arms since 2006.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by the national coat-of-arms, three numerals and two letters.
To the left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two letters denote the district where LV stands for Levice.


Slovakia

Current passenger series since 1st May 2004 two-line rear plate in black on white, with national coat-of-arms since 2006.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by the national coat-of-arms above three numerals and two letters.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two letters denote the district where BL stands for Bratislava town.


Slovakia

Current personalized passenger series since 1st May 2004 two-line rear plate in black on white, with national coat-of-arms since 2006.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by the national coat-of-arms above and up to five alphanumeric characters.
Left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two letters denote the district where BA stands for Bratislava town.


Slovakia

Current passenger series since 1st May 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, three numerals and two letters.
To the left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two letters denote the district where PD stands for Prievidza.


Slovakia

Current passenger series since 1st May 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, three numerals and two letters.
To the left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two letters denote the district where BB stands for Banská Bystrica.


Slovakia

Current passenger series since 1st May 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, three numerals and two letters.
To the left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two letters denote the district where BA stands for Bratislava town.


Slovakia

Current passenger series since 1st May 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by three numerals and two letters.
To the left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two letters denote the district where DS stands for Dunajská Streda.


Slovakia

Current passenger series since 1st May 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by three numerals and two letters.
To the left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two letters denote the district where VT stands for Vranov nad Topl'ou.
Note the different lettering style and format of the plate.


Slovakia

Former passenger series issued between 1st April 1997 and 1st May 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, three numerals and two letters.
To the left is the state coat-of-arms above the oval SK.
The first two letters denote the district where SN stands for Spišská Nová Ves.


Slovakia

Former passenger series issued between 1st April 1997 and 1st May 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters above three numerals and two letters.
Top left is the state coat-of-arms above the oval SK.
The first two letters denote the district where BA stands for Bratislava.


Slovakia

Former passenger series issued between 1985 and 1st April 1997 in black on white.
The registration consists of three letters, followed by two numerals, a hyphen and two numerals.
At the rear plate are two stickers, a technical control and exhaust emission sticker.
The first two letters denote the district where TN stands for Trencín.
This series is not in use anymore.


Motorcycle series

Slovakia

Current motorcycle series since 1st May 2004, two-line plate in black on white, with national coat-of-arms since 2006.
The registration consists of two letters above three numerals and two letters.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
Top right is the national coat-of-arms.
The first two letters denote the district where NO stands for Námestovo.


Slovakia

Current motorcycle series since 1st May 2004, two-line plate in black on white, with national coat-of-arms since 2006.
The registration consists of two letters above three numerals and two letters.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
Top right is the national coat-of-arms.
The first two letters denote the district where BA stands for Bratislava.


Slovakia

Current personalized motorcycle series since 1st May 2004, two-line plate in black on white, with national coat-of-arms since 2006.
The registration consists of two letters above five letters.
Personalized series since 1st January 1998 have up to five alphanumeric characters.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
Top right is the national coat-of-arms.
The first two letters denote the district where NO stands for Námestovo.


Slovakia

Current moped series since 1st May 2004, two-line plate (smaller size) in black on white, with national coat-of-arms since 2006.
The registration consists of two letters above three numerals and two letters.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
Top right is the national coat-of-arms.
The first two letters denote the district where BA stands for Bratislava.


Slovakia

Former motorcycle series issued between 1st April 1997 and 1st May 2004 , two-line plate in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters above three numerals and two letters.
Top left is the state coat-of-arms above the oval SK in black.
The first two letters denote the district where BA stands for Bratislava.


Trailer series

Slovakia

Current trailer series since 1st May 2004 in black on white, with national coat-of-arms since 2006.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, three numerals, the letter Y and one letter.
To the left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two letters denote the district where LM stands for Liptovský Mikulás.


Slovakia

Current trailer series since 1st May 2004 in black on white, note without coat-of-arms.
The registration consists of two letters above three numerals, the letter Y and one letter.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two letters denote the district where LV stands for Levice.


Slovakia

Current trailer series since 1st May 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, three numerals, the letter Y and one letter.
To the left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two letters denote the district where BR stands for Brezno.


Slovakia

Former trailer series issued between 1st April 1997 and 1st May 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, three numerals, the letter Y and one letter.
At the left is the state coat-of-arms above the oval SK.
The first two letters denote the district where PT stands for Poltar.


Commercial series

Slovakia

Former commercial series issued between 1960 and 1st April 1997 in black on yellow.
The registration consists of two letters, above two numerals, a hyphen and two numerals.
The two letters denote the district where NR stands for Nitra.


Slovakia

Former commercial series issued between 1960 and 1st April 1997 in black on yellow.
The registration consists of two letters, above two numerals, a hyphen and two numerals, top corners cut away.
The two letters denote the district where BA stands for Bratislava.


Special vehicle series

Slovakia

Current special vehicle series since 1st May 2004 in black on green, with national coat-of-arms since 2006.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by the national coat-of-arms above the letter Z and three numerals.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two letters denote the district where BA stands for Bratislava.


Private export series

Slovakia

Current private export series in black on yellow.
The registration consists of two letters followed by the national coat-of-arms, above two letters and three numerals.
The letter V at the second line stands for private export and so does the red validation tab at the top left hand side.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The top two letters denote the district where BB stands for Banská Bystrica.


Slovakia

Former private export series issued between 1st April 1997 and 1st May 2004 in black on yellow.
The registration consists of two letters above two letters and three numerals.
The letter V at the second line stands for private export and so does the red validation tab at the top right hand side.
At the top left hand side is the state coat-of-arms above SK.
The top two letters denote the district where BA stands for Bratislava.


Diplomatic series

Slovakia

Current diplomatic series since 1st May 2004 in yellow on blue, with national coat-of-arms since 2006.
The registration consists of the letters EE (Diplomatic Corps), followed by the national coat-of-arms and five numerals.
To the left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 68 stands for Kuwait.


Slovakia

Current diplomatic series since 1st May 2004 in yellow on blue.
The registration consists of the letters EE (Diplomatic Corps), followed by five numerals.
To the left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 61 stands for Iraq.


Slovakia

Current diplomatic series since 1st May 2004 in yellow on blue, with national coat-of-arms since 2006.
The registration consists of the letters ZZ (administrative and technical personnel), followed by the national coat-of-arms and five numerals.
To the left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 68 stands for Russia.


Slovakia

Current diplomatic series since 1st May 2004 in yellow on blue.
The registration consists of the letters ZZ (administrative and technical personnel), followed by five numerals.
To the left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 29 stands for Russia.


Slovakia

Former diplomatic series issued between 1st April 1997 and 1st May 2004 in yellow on blue.
The registration consists of the letters EE (Diplomatic Corps), followed by five numerals.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 14 stands for United Kingdom.
To the left is the state coat-of-arms above the oval SK in yellow.


Slovakia

Former diplomatic series issued between 1993 and 1st April 1997 in yellow on blue.
The registration consists of two letters EE (Diplomatic Corps), followed by two numerals, a hyphen and two numerals.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 93 stands for EU.


Slovakia

Former diplomatic series issued between 1993 and 1st April 1997 in yellow on blue, two-line plate.
The registration consists of two letters EE (Diplomatic Corps), followed by two numerals, a hyphen and two numerals.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 93 stands for EU.


Temporary series

Slovakia

Current temporary series since 1st May 2004 in red on white, with national coat-of-arms since 2006.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by the national coat-of-arms above the letter M and three numerals.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two letters denote the district where PN stands for Piestany.


Slovakia

Current temporary series since 1st May 2004 in red on white.
The registration consists of two letters above the letters MC and three numerals.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two letters denote the district where BA stands for Bratislava.
The letter M indicates a temporary series while the letter C indicates a failing Slovak technical inspection (?).


Historical series

Slovakia

Current historical series since 1st May 2004 in red on yellow.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen, the letter H and three numerals.
To the left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two letters denote the district where BA stands for Bratislava.


Slovakia

Current historical series since 1st May 2004, two-line plate in red on yellow.
The registration consists of two letters above the letter H and three numerals.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.
The first two letters denote the district where LM stands for Liptovský Mikulás.


Slovakia

Former historical series issued between 1st April 1997 and 1st May 2004, two-line plate in red on yellow.
The registration consists of two letters above the letter H and three numerals.
Top left is the state coat-of-arms above the oval SK in red.
The first two letters denote the district where BA stands for Bratislava.


Other series

Slovakia

Current privately imported vehicles, failing Slovak technical inspection in green on white with national coat-of-arms since 2006.
The registration consists of the letter C, followed by the national coat-of-arms above five numerals.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval SK, in white, below the twelve golden European stars.


Slovakian vehicle registration plates have a group of letters on the left, the first two indicating the town or district of registration.
Pictures of the entire code list

  • BA
  •       Bratislava town
  • BB
  •       Banská Bystrica
  • BJ
  •       Bardejov
  • BL
  •       Bratislava town
  • BN
  •       BáNovce nad Bebravou
  • BR
  •       Brezno
  • BS
  •       Banská Stiavnica
  • BY
  •       Bytca
  • CA
  •       Cadca
  • DK
  •       Dolný Kubín
  • DS
  •       Dunajská Streda
  • DT
  •       Detva
  • GA
  •       Galanta
  • GL
  •       Gelnica
  • HC
  •       Hlohovec
  • HE
  •       Humenné
  • IL
  •       Ilava
  • KA
  •       Krupina
  • KE
  •       Košice town
  • KK
  •       Kezmarok
  • KM
  •       Kysucké Nové Mesto
  • KN
  •       Komárno
  • KS
  •       Košice district
  • LC
  •       Lucenec
  • LE
  •       Levoca
  • LM
  •       Liptovský Mikulás
  • LV
  •       Levice
  • MA
  •       Malacky
  • MI
  •       Michalovce
  • ML
  •       Medzilaborce
  • MT
  •       Martin
  • MY
  •       Myjava
  • NM
  •       Nové Mesto nad Váhom
  • NO
  •       Námestovo
  • NR
  •       Nitra
  • NZ
  •       Nové Zámky
  • PB
  •       Povázská Bystrica
  • PD
  •       Prievidza
  • PE
  •       Partizánske
  • PK
  •       Pezinok
  • PN
  •       Piestany
  • PO
  •       Prešov
  • PP
  •       Poprad
  • PT
  •       Poltar
  • PU
  •       Púchov
  • RA
  •       Revúca
  • RK
  •       Ruzomberok
  • RS
  •       Rimavská Sobota
  • RV
  •       Roznava
  • SA
  •       Sala
  • SB
  •       Sabinov
  • SC
  •       Senec
  • SE
  •       Senica
  • SI
  •       Skalica
  • SK
  •       Svidnik
  • SL
  •       Stará Lubovna
  • SN
  •       Spišská Nová Ves
  • SO
  •       Sobrance
  • SP
  •       Stropkov
  • SV
  •       Snina
  • TN
  •       Trencin
  • TO
  •       Topolcany
  • TR
  •       Turcianske Teplice
  • TS
  •       Tvrdosšn
  • TT
  •       Trnava
  • TV
  •       Trebišov
  • VK
  •       Velký Krtiš
  • VT
  •       Vranov nad Topl'ou
  • ZA
  •       Zilina
  • ZC
  •       Zarnovica
  • ZH
  •       Ziar nad Hronom
  • ZM
  •       Zlaté Moravce
  • ZV
  •       Zvolen


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