Taiwan

         

OVAL : RC




Passenger series
Motorcycle series
Privately owned tourist coach series
State owned bus series
Heavy truck series
Taxi series
Military series

Passenger series

Taiwan

Current passenger series since 1992 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen and four numerals.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case is Kaohsiung City.


Taiwan

Current passenger series since 1992 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen and four numerals.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case is Taiwan province.


Taiwan

Current passenger series since 1992 in black on white.
The registration consists of one numeral and one letter, followed by a hyphen and four numerals.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case stands for Taipei City.


Taiwan

Current passenger series since 1992 in black on white.
The registration consists of four numerals, followed by a hyphen and two letters.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case is Taiwan province.


Taiwan

Current passenger series since 1992 in black on white.
The registration consists of four numerals, followed by a hyphen and two letters.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case is Taiwan province.


Taiwan

Current passenger series since 1992 in black on white.
The registration consists of one letter and one numeral, followed by a hyphen and four numerals.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case is Taiwan province.


Taiwan

Current passenger series since 1992 in black on white.
The registration consists of one numeral and one letter, followed by a hyphen and four numerals.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case stands for Taipei City.
Note the letters MOC, top left of the registration. Still unknown meaning.


Motorcycle series

Taiwan

Current motorcycle series since 1992 (> 50cc) in black on white.
The registration consists of three letters, followed by a hyphen and three numerals.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case stands for Kaohsiung City.


Taiwan

Current motorcycle series since 1992 (> 50cc) in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters and one numeral, followed by a hyphen and three numerals.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case is Taiwan province.


Taiwan

Current motorcycle series since 1992 (> 50cc) in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters and one numeral, followed by a hyphen and three numerals.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case is Taiwan province.


Taiwan

Current motorcycle series since 1992 (< 50cc) in white on green.
The registration consists of three letters, followed by a hyphen and three numerals.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case is Taiwan province.


Taiwan

Current motorcycle series since 1992 (< 50cc) in white on green.
The registration consists of two letters and one numeral, followed by a hyphen and three numerals.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case is Taiwan province.


Taiwan

Current motorcycle series since 1992 (< 50cc) in white on green.
The registration consists of two letters and one numeral, followed by a hyphen and three numerals.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case is Taiwan province.


Privately owned tourist coach series

Taiwan

Current privately owned tourist coach series since 1992 in white on red.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen and three numerals.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case is Taiwan province.


Taiwan

Current privately owned tourist coach series since 1992 in white on red.
The registration consists of one letter and one numeral, followed by a hyphen and three numerals.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case stands for Kaohsiung City.


Taiwan

Current privately owned tourist coach series since 1992 in white on red.
The registration consists of one letter and one numeral, followed by a hyphen and three numerals.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case stands for Taipei City.


State owned bus series

Taiwan

Current state owned bus series since 1992 in white on green.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen and three numerals.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case is Taiwan province.


Taiwan

Current state owned bus series since 1992 in white on green.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen and three numerals.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case is Taiwan province.


Taiwan

Current state owned bus series since 1992 in white on green.
The registration consists of three numerals, followed by a hyphen and three letters.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case is Taiwan province.


Taiwan

Current state owned bus series since 1992 in white on green.
The registration consists of one numerals and one letter, followed by a hyphen and three numerals.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case is Taiwan province.


Heavy truck series

Taiwan

Current heavy truck series since 1992 in white on green.
The registration consists of three numerals, followed by a hyphen and three letters.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case is Taiwan province.


Taxi series

Taiwan

Current taxi series since 1992 in red on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by a hyphen and three numerals.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case is Taiwan province.


Taiwan

Current taxi series since 1992 in red on white.
The registration consists of three numerals, followed by a hyphen and two letters.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case is Taiwan province.


Taiwan

Current taxi series since 1992 in red on white.
The registration consists of three numerals, followed by a hyphen and two letters.
At the top of the plate is the district name in Chinese, which in this case is Taiwan province.


Military series

Taiwan

Current military staff series in white on blue.
The registration consists of the ideogram, denoting military, and one letter, followed by a hyphen and five numerals.


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