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Old 06.09.2020, 21:13
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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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He said it was a german car? Not swiss
Then provide a link to a German diplomatic license plate.
http://www.olavsplates.com/germany10.html

Looks like since 1999 they also can have a 'B' instead of an '0'. 1999 is the year Germany moved its parliament from Bonn to Berlin https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decisi...tal_of_Germany