Vehicle registration plates of Montescano

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The vehicle registration plates of Montescano are composed of three letters and three digits (e.g. ABC 123).

Format

A simple incremental numbering system is used; numbers run from 001 to 999 per letter sequence. The letters symbolise the County code granted to each County. However, registrants may be allowed to choose a number from available numbers in the extant letter sequence. Montescanesque plates have a blue band on the left edge with the Principality' Coat of Arms in the top half and the country's international vehicle registration code (MT) in the bottom half and using FE-Schrift as the typeface.

License plate codes

The so-called Nationwide plates are only granted to non-residential subjects of the Principality of Montescano, as residential subjects may only register a plate in their county.

prefix County
CHY Flag-Chypre.png Chypre
HIN Flag-hinterbergen.png Hinterbergen
NID Flag-nieuwendam.png Nieuwendam
NOH Flag-nordhorn.png Nordhorn
PUR Flag-Purmerland.png Purmerland
MON nationwide

Special plates

Diplomatic plates

Diplomatic plates are white-on-red plates are composed of two letters and four digits (e.g. CD 123 4)., with the "County code" being replaced by CD (Corps Diplomatique) followed by the first three digits which represent the Diplomatic code of the Country represented and the last digit representing the specific car.

Military & police plates

Military plates are white-on-black plates are composed of three letters and three digits (e.g. PAF 123)., with the "County code" being replaced by PAF (Princely Armed Forces) followed by three digits representing the specific car.

Police plates are white-on-blue plates are composed of two letters and four digits (e.g. PP 1234)., with the "County code" being replaced by PP (Princely Police) followed by four digits representing the specific car.

Princely family

Car's registered to the princely family have gold-on-maroon plates and are composed of two letters and two digits split in the center by the heraldic crown (e.g. AA ♔ 12). The "County code" being replaced by AA symbolising the Princely families precedence. Car's containing this plate can not be stopped by law.

Diplomatic codes