Guide to international registration car number plates

I do a lot of travelling and when I do we often get a car because we like to do some exploring and if you do driving when you are on holiday or rent a car this will be a good post for you. Here is a list of the number plate registrations for almost every country:

  • A – Austria
  • AFG – Afghanistan
  • AL – Albania
  • AND – Andorra
  • AUS – Australia
  • B – Belgium
  • BD – Bangladesh
  • BDS – Barbados
  • BG – Bulgaria
  • BOL – Bolivia
  • BR – Brazil
  • BRN – Bahrain
  • BRU – Brunei
  • BS – Bahamas
  • BVI – British Virgin Islands
  • BY – Belarus
  • C – Cuba
  • CAM – Cameroon
  • CDN – Canada
  • CH – Switzerland
  • CI – Ivory coast
  • CL – Sri Lanka
  • CO – Colombia
  • CR – Costa Rica
  • CYF – Cyprus
  • CZ – Czech Republic
  • D – Germany
  • DK – Denmark
  • DOM – Dominican Republic
  • DY – Benin
  • DZ – Algeria
  • E – Spain
  • EAK – Kenya
  • EAU – Uganda
  • EC – Ecuador
  • ES – El Salvador
  • EST – Estonia
  • ET – Egypt
  • ETH – Ethiopia
  • F – France
  • FIN – Finland
  • FJI – Fiji
  • FL – Liechtenstein
  • G – Gabon
  • GB – United Kingdom
  • GBA – Alderney
  • GBG – Guernsey
  • GBJ – Jersey
  • GBM – Isle of Man
  • GBZ – Gibraltar
  • GCA – Guatemala
  • GE – Georgia
  • GH – Ghana
  • GR – Greece
  • GUY – Guyana
  • H – Hungary
  • HK – Hong Kong
  • HKJ – Jordan
  • HR – Croatia
  • I – Italy
  • IL – Israel
  • IND – India
  • IR – Iran
  • IRL – Ireland
  • IRQ – Iraq
  • IS – Iceland
  • J – Japan
  • JA – Jamaica
  • K – Cambodia
  • KWT – Kuwait
  • KZ – Kazakhstan
  • L – Luxembourg
  • LAO – Laos
  • LAR – Libya
  • LB – Liberia
  • LS – Lesotho
  • LT – Lithuania
  • LV – Latvia
  • M – Malta
  • MA – Morocco
  • MAL – Malaysia
  • MC – Monaco
  • MD – Moldova
  • MEX – Mexico
  • MGL – Mongolia
  • MK – Macedonia
  • MOC – Mozambique
  • MS – Mauritius     
  • MW – Malawi
  • MYA – Myanmar
  • N – Norway
  • NAM – Namibia
  • NAU – Nauru
  • NEP – Nepal
  • NGR – Nigeria
  • NIC – Nicaragua
  • NL – Netherlands
  • NZ – New Zealand
  • P – Portugal
  • PA – Panama
  • PE – Peru
  • PK – Pakistan
  • Pl – Poland
  • PNG – Papa New Guinea
  • PY – Paraguay
  • Q – Qatar
  • RA – Argentina
  • RB – Botswana
  • RC – Taiwan
  • RCH – Chile
  • RG – Guinea
  • RH – Haiti
  • RI – Indonesia
  • RIM – Mauritania
  • RL – Lebanon
  • RM – Madagascar
  • RMM – Mali
  • RN – Niger
  • RO – Romania
  • ROK – South Korea
  • ROU – Uruguay
  • RP – Philippines
  • RSM – San Marino
  • RU – Burundi
  • RUS – Russia
  • RWA – Rwanda
  • S – Sweden
  • SA – Saudi Arabia
  • SCG – Serbia & Montenegro
  • SCN – ST. Kits & Nevis
  • SD – Swaziland
  • SGP – Singapore
  • SK – Slovakia
  • SLO – Slovenia
  • SME – Surinam
  • SN – Senegal
  • SO – Somalia
  • STP – Sao Tome & Principe  
  • SUD – Sudan
  • SY – Seychelles
  • SYR – Syria
  • T – Thailand
  • TCH – Chad
  • TG – Togo
  • TJ – Tajikistan
  • TM – Turkmenistan
  • TN – Tunisia
  • TR – Turkey
  • TT – Trinidad & Tobago
  • UA – Ukraine
  • UAE – United Arab Emirates
  • USA – United States of America
  • UZ – Uzbekistan
  • VN – Vietnam
  • WAG – Gambia
  • WAL – Sierra Leone
  • WD – Dominica
  • WG – Grenada
  • WL – St Lucia
  • WS – Western Samoa
  • WV – St Vincent
  • YAR – Yemen
  • YV – Venezuela
  • Z – Zambia
  • ZA – South Africa
  • ZW – Zimbabwe 

Fact of the day: Girls have more taste buds than boys.

Joke of the day: Two police officers came to my house and said ‘We need to talk,’ and I said to them ‘Can’t you talk to each other?’

Riddle of the day: What disappears the moment you say its name.

If you know the answer to the riddle leave it in the comments, Drop a like if you enjoyed reading this post and want me to write more posts like this one. Also say in the comments if you liked the joke I put up today.

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