Belarus

         

OVAL : BY




Passenger series
Commercial and public service vehicles series
Trailer series
Temporary series
Other series
Pictures of the entire code list

Passenger series

Belarus

Current passenger series since May 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of four numerals, followed by two letters, a hyphen and one numeral.
The last numeral indicates the district where 7 stands for Minsk (city).
To the left of the plate is the oval BY in black below the Belarusian flag.
Only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.


Belarus

Current passenger series since May 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of four numerals, followed by two letters, a hyphen and one numeral.
The last numeral indicates the district where 1 stands for Brest.
To the left of the plate is the oval BY in black below the Belarusian flag.
Only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.


Belarus

Former passenger series issued between March 2000 and May 2004 in red on white.
The registration consists of four numerals, followed by a circular seal and three letters.
The first two letters denote the district where AA stands for Brest.
Only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.


Belarus

Former passenger series issued between March 2000 and May 2004.
The registration consists of four numerals, followed by a circular seal and three letters.
The first two letters denote the district where MB stands for Minsk City.
Only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.


Belarus

Former series issued between July 1992 and February 2000.
The registration consists of four numerals, followed by a circular seal and two letters.
The two letters denote the district where TI stands for Mogilev.
Only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.


Commercial and public service vehicles series

Belarus

Current commercial and public service vehicles series since May 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by four numerals, a hyphen and one numeral.
The last numeral indicates the district where 7 stands for Minsk (city).
To the left of the plate is the oval BY below the Belarusian flag.
Only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.


Belarus

Former commercial and public service vehicles series issued between July 1992 and May 2004 in red on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by four numerals.
The first two letters denote the district where KC stands for the Minsk City.
Only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.


Trailer series

Belarus

Current trailer series since May 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by four numerals, one letter, a hyphen and one numeral.
The last numeral indicates the district where 5 stands for Minsk region.
To the left of the plate is the oval BY below the Belarusian flag.
Only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.


Belarus

Current trailer series since May 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by four numerals, one letter, a hyphen and one numeral.
The last numeral indicates the district where 1 stands for Brest.
To the left of the plate is the oval BY below the Belarusian flag.
Only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.


Belarus

Current trailer series since May 2004, two-line plate in black on white.
The registration consists of four numerals above two letters, a hyphen and one numeral.
The last numeral indicates the district where 7 stands for Minsk (city).
Top left of the plate is the oval BY in black below the Belarusian flag.
Only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.


Belarus

Former trailer series issued between March 2000 and May 2004 in red on white.
The registration consists of one letter, four numerals and another letter.
The two letters denote the district where MA stands for Minsk city.
Only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.


Belarus

Former trailer series issued between March 2000 and May 2004 in red on white.
The registration consists of four numerals, above two letter.
The two letters denote the district where KM stands for Minsk city.
Only letters common to Cyrillic and western alphabets are used.


Belarus

Former trailer series (last series used in USSR) issued between 1980 and May 1992 in black on white.
The registration consists of four numerals above two letters.
The two letters denote the district where TM stands for Minsk.


Temporary series

Belarus

Current temporary series since 2004 in black on white.
The registration consists of one numeral, followed by two letters and four numerals.
After the two letters is a red band with the letter T, overlaid by a tiny BY eleven times in white.
The first numeral denotes the region code where 7 stands for Minsk city.


Other series

Belarus

Former foreign personnel series issued before May 2004 in black on yellow.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by one letter.
The letter M stands for foreign owned banks and companies.


Belarus

Former foreign personnel series issued before May 2004 in black on yellow.
The registration consists of four numerals above one letter.
The letter P stands for non-diplomatic foreigners.


Belarus district codes used since May 2004. Pictures of the entire code list

  • 1
  •       Brest
  • 2
  •       Vitebsk
  • 3
  •       Gomel
  • 4
  •       Grodno
  • 5
  •       Minsk district
  • 6
  •       Mogilev
  • 7
  •       Minsk city


    Belarus district codes issued between 1992 and April 2004. Pictures of the entire code list

  • AA - AX,     IA - IH
  •       Brest
  • BA - BX,     IK - IX
  •       Vitebsk
  • EA - EX,     HA - HX
  •       Gomel
  • CA - CX,     XA - XH
  •       Grodno
  • KA - KX,     MA - MX
  •       Minsk city
  • OA - OX,     PA - PX
  •       Minsk district
  • TA - TX,     XK - XX
  •       Mogilev


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