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CURRENTLY ISSUED LICENSE PLATES

Norway diplomatic series CD 52160.jpg (109 kB)
Norway diplomatic series close-up CD 52160.jpg (31 kB)
Diplomatic series since 1985. 2012 onwards plate style (without sticker box).
CD = Corps Diplomatique. 52 = China.

Norway diplomatic series CD 58002.jpg (142 kB)
Norway diplomatic series close-up CD 58002.jpg (66 kB)
Diplomatic series since 1985. 2012 onwards plate style (without sticker box).
CD = Corps Diplomatique. 58 = Myanmar (since 2015).

Norway diplomatic series CD 71472.jpg (91 kB)
Norway diplomatic series close-up CD 71472.jpg (41 kB)
Diplomatic series since 1985. 2012 onwards plate style (without sticker box).
CD = Corps Diplomatique. 71 = Russia.

Norway provisional series SY 206.jpg (97 kB)
Norway provisional series close-up SY 206.jpg (42 kB)
Norway provisional series detail close-up SY 206.jpg (8 kB)
Provisional series since 1990. Self-adhesive. Current date layout since 1992. SY = Bergen. Valid between August 17th and 20th 2012. Since 2012 the original registration appears in small lettering at bottom left. Next to it is the name of the issuing office, the date of issue and a serial number.

Norway provisional series RX 656.jpg (122 kB)
Norway provisional series close-up RX 656.jpg (38 kB)
Norway provisional series detail close-up RX 656.jpg (8 kB)
Provisional series since 1990. Self-adhesive. Current date layout since 1992. RX = Stavanger, but this was issued in Drøbak. It would appear these plates are now issued without geographical coding. Valid August 10th 2013. Since 2012 if there is no original registration a dotted line appears at bottom left. Next to it is the name of the issuing office, the date of issue and a serial number.

Norway Royal car A-2.jpg (104 kB)
Norway Royal car close-up A-2.jpg (22 kB)
Royal car. 1971-2001 plate style, but registered in 2012. A = Oslo (from the 1913-71 series).


FORMER SERIES - CURRENTLY RE-ISSUED FOR ANTIQUE VEHICLES

Norway antique vehicle series A-654.jpg (109 kB)
Norway antique vehicle series close-up A-654.jpg (43 kB)
Antique vehicle series (pre-1971 vehicles), since 1991. 1913-29 plate style. Front plate.
No coding, owners choose the registration within the pre-1971 series. A used to denote Oslo.

Norway antique vehicle series C-297.jpg (51 kB)
Antique vehicle series (pre-1971 vehicles), since 1991. 1913-29 plate style. Front plate.
No coding, owners choose the registration within the pre-1971 series. C used to denote Akershus.

Norway antique vehicle series E-101.jpg (123 kB)
Norway antique vehicle series close-up E-101.jpg (63 kB)
Antique vehicle series (pre-1971 vehicles), since 1991. 1913-29 plate style, although rear plates were required to be on two lines. No coding, owners choose the registration within the pre-1971 series. E used to denote Oppland. This was Norway's first car; an 1895 Benz Phaeton.

Norway antique vehicle series T-248.jpg (125 kB)
Norway antique vehicle series close-up T-248.jpg (45 kB)
Antique vehicle series (pre-1971 vehicles), since 1991. 1913-29 plate style, although this is
a 1931 year model. No coding, owners choose the registration within the pre-1971 series.
T used to denote Møre og Romsdal.

Norway antique vehicle series T-278.jpg (112 kB)
Norway antique vehicle series close-up T-278.jpg (38 kB)
Antique vehicle series (pre-1971 vehicles), since 1991. 1913-29 plate style, although this is
a 1931 year model. No coding, owners choose the registration within the pre-1971 series.
T used to denote Møre og Romsdal.

Norway antique vehicle series T-981.jpg (135 kB)
Norway antique vehicle series close-up T-981.jpg (34 kB)
Antique vehicle series (pre-1971 vehicles), since 1991. 1913-29 plate style. Front plate.
No coding, owners choose the registration within the pre-1971 series.
T used to denote Møre og Romsdal.

Norway antique vehicle series T-981.jpg (122 kB)
Norway antique vehicle series close-up T-981.jpg (50 kB)
Antique vehicle series (pre-1971 vehicles), since 1991. 1913-29 plate style.
Rear plate, although they were required to be on two lines. No coding, owners choose the registration within the pre-1971 series. T used to denote Møre og Romsdal.

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