Vehicle plate patterns

Important things!

  • All Austrian and German Vehicle plates must have a dash (-) symbol instead of a coat of arms ∇
  • Only capital letters A-Z and numbers 0-9 are used in the Vehicle plate
  • Additional letters of the Latin alphabet like Č, Ć, Đ, Ž, Š, Ä, Ö, Ü, may be used depending on the country
  • Some letters and numbers may not be used in some countries

🇦🇹 Austria

The alphanumeric format for registration plates is "XX ∇ number+letter(s)" or "XX ∇ personalised letters+number";

XX - one or two letters which indicate the local registration office (district where the registered possessor resides). As a general rule, State capitals have one letter; other districts have two letters. ∇ - the coat of arms of the Austrian state the district belongs to have a dash (–) instead A three to six-letter/number sequence which uniquely distinguishes each of the vehicles displaying the same initial area code.

  • The letter Q is excluded from all sequences.


P-DXN1 S-626VY W-TKT1 W-76067I ME-639A KU-217BI ZE-248KJ

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🇩🇪 Germany


M-AE2821 R-WI282 MY-RS9999 FS-LL777 OF-PS309E FFB-AM483 TÖL-BA218

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🇨🇿 Czech Republic

  • The letters G, CH, O, Q and W may not be used

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🇸🇮 Slovenia

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🇭🇷 Croatia

  • The letters Q, W, X and Y may not be used
  • Vehicle plate can contain letters like Č, Ž, Š

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🇸🇰 Slovakia

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🇵🇱 Poland

  • The letters used in licence plates include all standard Latin alphabet letters outside of Q (not used at all in the Polish language).
  • The letters B, D, I, O, and Z cannot be used in series area (on the right, after the gap), because they could be confused with similarly-looking digits.
  • Custom plates are allowed to include these letters though. The leading 0 in numbers is part of the code and is never omitted.

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🇺🇦 Ukraine


🇷🇴 Romania

  • The letter Q is not used as it may be confused with the letter O

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🇧🇬 Bulgaria

  • Only 12 letters are used on the left side (i.e. province codes) these are: A, B, E, K, M, H, O, P, C, T, Y, X.
  • Only 10 letters are used on the righ side (i.e. series codes) these are: A, B, E, K, M, H, P, C, T, X.

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Vin-code patterns

Romanian 30days, 90days, 365days vignettes requires vin-code from vehicle.

The VIN code is a strictly designated pattern, the correctness of which also requires the user’s attention. You can Read more on wikipedia

Right now in "Beta mode" we only check the length of the VIN code, which should be 17 characters.