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Old 04.09.2020, 17:37
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Re: EU vehicle number plates

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Corps diplomatique drives with a 0 number followed by the numbers that represent the country. So would imagine it is a fancy thing?
Military cars also have separate plates, not the regular ones
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Diplomatic plates all have the CD (in Blue or Green) then the Canton and number NNN - NNN. The first NNN is sequential, the second set identifies the agency or country. If this number begins with a zero it is an agency. 01 is the UN. If it doesn't have a zero it is a country. So both 01 and 1 exist.
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