What state license plate is blue and white?
|State or territory||Text/background colour||Slogan|
|Australian Capital Territory||blue/white||CANBERRA – THE NATION’S CAPITAL, CANBERRA – THE BUSH CAPITAL|
|Jervis Bay Territory||blue/white||JERVIS BAY TERRITORY|
|New South Wales||black/yellow||NEW SOUTH WALES|
|Northern Territory||ochre/white||N.T. OUTBACK AUSTRALIA|
What does a blue license plate mean?
Light blue number plate Vehicles belonging to foreign consulates bear white lettering on a light blue background. These number plates bear UN, CD or CC, which stand for United Nations, Diplomatic Corps and Consular Corps respectively.
What province has a blue license plate?
Plate types and serial formats no longer issued but still valid
|Nova Scotia||blue on white||“Canada’s Ocean Playground”|
|Ontario||blue on white with embossed crown separator||“Keep It Beautiful”|
|blue on white with embossed crown separator||“Yours to Discover”|
What states have license plates?
There are 31 states plus Washington D.C. that require a front license plate. The states are as follows: Alaska. California. Colorado. Connecticut. Hawaii.
What state has red license plate?
At the top of the plate is California in red. Current personalized series since 1996 in blue on white. The registration consists of five letters, followed by two letters. At the top of the plate is California in red. Former series issued between 1969 and 1986 in yellow on blue, seven digits since 1980.
What is a yellow license plate?
The Yellow License Plates (or the Light Cars) These cars are also known as kei-cars (mini cars) with a small engine size of 660 cc and under. They do no have as much power as the normal sized white license plate cars and they are also very rare to see in countries such as the United States (probably due to their poor safety standards).