4 de noviembre de 2019


IRELAND visited: Clare, Dublin, Galway, Kilkenny, Limerick,
                   Mayo, Tipperary, Wexford, Wicklow.
                   transit: Carlow, Kildare, Meath, Offaly, Westmeath.

ENGLAND visited: City of London, Greater London; transit: Surrey.

GERMANY visited: Berlin, Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern,
                      Niedersachsen, Schleswig-Holstein.
                      transit: the rest, excepting Bremen, Saarland and Sachsen.

POLAND visited: Holy Cross, Lesser Poland, Lodz, Lublin,
                  Masovia, Pomerania, Silesia.
                  transit: Greater Poland, Kuyavia Pomerania, Lubus, Subcarpathia.


Green = visited
Pale Green = transit

28 de agosto de 2019



1 = Brest region

2 = Vitebsk region

3 = Gomel region

4 = Grodno region

5 = Minsk region

6 = Mogilov region

7 = Minsk city

Square rear plate: second letter is always O

Commercial vehicle (letters first)

Temporary plate: first number stands for the city or region

Taxi plate: first number stands for the city or region

Trailer plate (letter-4 numbers-letter)

Motorcycle plate



Normal plate. First A = Brest region. Seal used 1992-1995

Normal plate. I = Brest region. Seal used 1996-2004

2000-2004 (3 letters)

Normal plate. First A = Brest region



Private vehicle. Brest region

State owned vehicle (3 letters)


Private vehicle. Brest region

               Motorcycle plate. Brest region            

                               Yellow 3-letter plate (?). Brest region                                 

30 de enero de 2016

Motorcycle plates of Spain

Updated 15.02.2020

Centralized series (since september 2000)

Normal 2000 series

Normal 2000 series. Plastic plates allowed since 2011

Plastic plate with a slightly different design

Unusual size plate
Unusual size plate

Another, much smaller, plate size,
made upon request for cross bikes

Plate made to fit with the Harley-Davidson frame

1971-2000 series

A = Alicante.
New plate with euroband and without hyphen.

 New plate with1986 lettering

AB = Albacete

AL = Almería

B = Barcelona

Optional number plate stuck on front wheel (both sides) -
(see curious oval validation sticker for motorcycles,
issued by the Catalan government)

BI = Biscay (Bilbao)

CR = Ciudad Real

CU = Cuenca

GI = Girona

HU = Huesca

J = Jaén

MA = Málaga

MU = Murcia

NA = Navarre

SE = Seville

SS = Gipuzkoa (San Sebastian)

T = Tarragona

V = Valencia

VI = Álava (Vitoria)

1900-1971 series

An original metal 1956 plate.
A = Alicante

An original 1965 plate,
riveted plastic lettering on aluminium background.

The same motorbike´s number plate, but restored

Optional number plates on front wheel (painted or stuck)
and an old validation sticker (municipal tax)

Issued in 1963 (*)

First issued in 1967 (new metal plate)

CS = Castellón. Issued in 1964 (new plate with 1986 lettering)

J = Jaén. Issued in 1967 (new metal plate)

A original plate from 1964. M = Madrid

MU = Murcia. Issued in 1957 (new metal plate)

note: before 1971 original plates used to be made from aluminium, with riveted relief lettering. Full            metal plates replaced the old ones from october 1971 on.

Moped plates

Normal moped plate.
First nationwide moped series since 1998
C = Ciclomotor

Normal moped plate. Plastic plates allowed since 2011

Moped historic plate. H = Historic vehicle

Old moped series.
From 1998 onwards, these plates
began to be replaced by the new centralized series. 
Until then, every municipality issued their plates for small cycles.