Vehicle registration plates of Gibraltar
- Vehicle registration plates of Gibraltar
The vehicle registration plates of Gibraltar are similar to those of the United Kingdom, with the same colours and typeface, which conform to 1998 European standard design.
Number plates in Gibraltar have the same measurements as those in the UK: [ [http://www.worldpl8s.adahost.com/id26_gibraltar.htm Gibraltar registration plates description.] ]
* Front plates "(white)" are 520 mm x 111 mm (Standard).
* Rear plates "(yellow)" may be 520 mm x 111 mm (Standard) "or" 285 mm x 203 mm (Square).
Privately owned vehicles
From 1912 to 2001 Gibraltar number plates consisted of the letter "G" "(for Gibraltar)" followed by a series of digits issued in numerical order. [ [http://www.olavsplates.com/gibraltar_slow.html Registration plates of Gibraltar, GBZ.] ] The maximum number of digits was five, so the first registration plate would have been "G 1" and the last was "G 99999". A new system was introduced in 2002, in anticipation of running out of registration numbers once reaching "G 99999". The new system consists of the letter "G" followed by four digits "(1000-9999)" and another letter. The last letter represents the series. For example, series A consists of all registration plates from "G 1000 A" to "G 9999 A". The next series is B, and so on. As of 2008, registration plates in Gibraltar are in series C. The European flag is also now featured, along with Gibraltar's international vehicle registration GBZ.
pecial number plates
* Military vehicles in Gibraltar use the letters "RN" as their international vehicle registration.
* The Chief Minister's official car has the registration number "G1".
* The Governor's official car registration plates, following tradition, depicts a crown, in place of a number.
* Vehicle registration plates of the United Kingdom
* Vehicle registration plates of Europe
* Transport in Gibraltar
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