Each US state produces its license plates and registers vehicles independently of other states. US license plates’ format is an alphanumeric. For smaller states the number of characters may be small, while for large cities the number of characters may reach 7. License plate may also indicate more specific address of registration. As a rule, digits are used to indicate the place of registration.



License plates’ formats are shown below:

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Select the first 2 characters of a license plate:



  Selection table

Below are shown the US states where the following formats of license plates can be used:

Wyoming
Wisconsin
West Virginia
Washington
Virginia
Vermont
Utah
Texas
Tennessee
South Dakota
South Carolina
Rhode Island
Pennsylvania
Oregon
Oklahoma
Ohio
North Dakota
North Carolina
New York
New Mexico
New Jersey
New Hampshire
Nevada
Nebraska
Montana
Missouri
Mississippi
Minnesota
Michigan
Massachusetts
Maryland
Maine
Louisiana
Kentucky
Kansas
Iowa
Indiana
Illinois
Idaho
Hawaii
Georgia
Florida
District of Columbia
Delaware
Connecticut
Colorado
California
Arkansas
Arizona
Alaska
Alabama

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Looking for my old Chevy Corvette, 1967 Blue was original color. California Lic plate SDB 806. Just curious if it's still out ther so where or junked?

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01837233 Alabama

nice

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01837233 Alabama

very nice broyher

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