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European number plates’ size

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European car registration plates have been standardised in 1957 for the convenience of the manufacturers.

While there is a variety on non-standard local sizes and designs, there are two typical sizes in the European Union: 520x110 mm (20.5”x 4.3”) or 520x120 mm (20.5”x 4.7”).

A characteristic feature of EU number plates is the Euroband: a blue stripe with the EU symbol (a circle made up of 12 yellow stars) and the country code. Euroband is not mandatory in Great Britain, Denmark and Finland. A number of countries from outside of the EU modelled their registration plates symbols on Euroband; these countries include: Turkey, Norway, Ukraine, Israel.

Do you know what the country codes for each of the EU countries are?

A
Austria
B
Belgium
BG
Bulgaria
CY
Cyprus
CZ
Czech Republic
D
Germany
DK
Denmark
E
Spain
EST
Estonia
F
France
FIN
Finland
GB
Great Britain
GR
Greece
H
Hungary
HR
Croatia
I
Italy
IRL
Ireland
L
Luxembourg
LT
Lithuania
LV
Latvia
M
Malta
NL
Netherlands
P
Portugal
PL
Poland
RO
Romania
S
Sweden
SK
Slovakia
SLO
Slovenia

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Top Discussions

~ hennas 2023-01-19 10:34:23

i though highland in scotland may have made the list tbh

~ pcp 2021-07-23 05:33:13

Technically Scotland doesn't count because they abolished the use of counties, hence why Inverness shire is not on the list.

~ dcd 2021-07-04 17:15:54

What happened to Invernessshire? at 10,907 km2 it is the biggest. Argyllshire would be up there too. 8,055 km2. This seems...