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Regular license plates

Normal plate
Normal plate
Normal plate
Normal plate
Normal plate
Normal plate
Normal plate on what looks like a motorcycle, but is a 3-wheel vehicle.<br>Therefore it has a 'car' plate and not a motorcycle plate (on a<br>motorcycle plate the three-letter combination begins with an M).
Normal plate (small size) on what looks like a motorcycle, but is a 3-wheel vehicle.<br>Therefore it has a 'car' plate and not a motorcycle plate (on a<br>motorcycle plate the three-letter combination begins with an M).
Normal plate (small size)
Normal plate (sticker)
Normal plate (sticker)
My own car's plate
Normal plate (small size)
Motorcycle plate. M = motorcycle
Motorcycle plate. M = motorcycle
Motorcycle plate with an unofficial sticker<br>of the city of Maastricht ('Mestreech')
Motorcycle plate (rectangular format used on 3-wheel vehicles)<br>M = motorcycle
Moped plate (up to 50 cc and 45 kmph)
Moped plate (up to 50 cc and 45 kmph)
Moped plate (up to 50 cc and 25 kmph)
Moped plate (up to 50 cc and 25 kmph)


Regular license plates (former series without euroband)

Normal plate (old style)
Normal plate (old style)
Normal plate (small size)
Normal plate (old style)
Normal plate (old style)
Normal plate (old style)
Normal plate (old style)
Normal plate (old style)
Normal plate (old style)
Normal plate (old style)
Normal plate (old style)
Normal plate (old style)
Normal plate (old style)
Normal plate (old style)
Normal plate (sticker, old style)
Normal plate (sticker, old style)
Normal plate (old style)
Normal plate (old style)
Normal plate (old style)
Normal plate (old style)
Normal plate (old style)
Small size normal plate (old style)
Small size normal plate (old style)
Small size normal plate (old style)<br>AE = imported classic car (DE is also used instead of AE)
Normal plate (old style)<br>DE = imported classic car (AE is also used instead of DE)
Normal plate (old style)<br>DE = imported classic car (AE is also used instead of DE)
Normal plate (old style)<br>DE = imported classic car (AE is also used instead of DE)
Small size normal plate (old style)
Motorcycle plate (old style). M = motorcycle
Motorcycle plate (old style). M = motorcycle
Motorcycle plate (old style)
Moped insurance plate; insurance premium for 2006 paid<br>Not valid anymore, now replaced by the<br>new blue and yellow moped plates
Moped insurance plate; insurance premium for 2005 paid<br>Not valid anymore, now replaced by the<br>new blue and yellow moped plates
Moped insurance plate; insurance premium for 2004 paid<br>Not valid anymore, now replaced by the<br>new blue and yellow moped plates
Moped insurance plate; insurance premium for 1976 paid<br>Not valid anymore, now replaced by the<br>new blue and yellow moped plates


Special license plates

Light commercial vehicle's plate<br>V = commercial vehicle up to 3.5 tons
Light commercial vehicle's plate<br>V = commercial vehicle up to 3.5 tons
Light commercial vehicle's plate<br>V = commercial vehicle up to 3.5 tons
Light commercial vehicle's plate<br>V = commercial vehicle up to 3.5 tons
Light commercial vehicle's plate<br>V = commercial vehicle up to 3.5 tons
Light commercial vehicle's plate<br>V = commercial vehicle up to 3.5 tons
Light commercial vehicle's plate<br>V = commercial vehicle up to 3.5 tons
Small size light commercial vehicle's plate with old style colors<br>V = commercial vehicle up to 3.5 tons
Heavy commercial vehicle's plate<br>B = commercial vehicle over 3.5 tons
Heavy commercial vehicle's plate (small size)<br>B = commercial vehicle over 3.5 tons
Heavy commercial vehicle's plate<br>B = commercial vehicle over 3.5 tons
Heavy commercial vehicle's plate<br>B = commercial vehicle over 3.5 tons
Plate for foreign residents. BN (+ four numerals) = Buitenlander<br>in Nederland (foreigner in the Netherlands)
Small size plate for foreign residents. BN (+ four numerals) = Buitenlander<br>in Nederland (foreigner in the Netherlands)
Abnormal vehicle's plate (ZZ)
Trailer plate. W = trailer (more than 750 kg)
Trailer plate. W = trailer (more than 750 kg)
Semi-trailer plate. O = oplegger (semi-trailer)
Semi-trailer plate. O = oplegger (semi-trailer)
Replacement semi-trailer (yellow) and repeater (white) plate<br>O = oplegger (semi-trailer). 1 = first duplicate
Replacement plate. 1 = first duplicate
Replacement plate. 2 = second duplicate
Replacement plate. 3 = third duplicate
Replacement plate. 1 = first duplicate
Light commercial vehicle's replacement plate. 2 = second duplicate<br>First V = commercial vehicle up to 3.5 tons
Replacement motorcycle plate. 2 = second duplicate<br>M = motorcycle
Replacement moped plate (up to 50 cc and 45 kmph). 2 = second duplicate
Heavy commercial vehicle's plate (unofficial and illegal style<br>without euroband). B = commercial vehicle over 3.5 tons
Border traffic plate (old style). GV = Grens Verkeer (border traffic)<br>For vehicles that do not require a license plate in the Netherlands<br>and want to cross the border
Trailer plate for trailers and caravans up to 750 kg.<br>Also used as secondary plate for use when 'normal' plate is obscured by for example a bicycle rack. The registration number is always identical to the pulling vehicle's number.
Trailer plate for trailers and caravans up to 750 kg.<br>Also used as secondary plate for use when 'normal' plate is obscured by for example a bicycle rack. The registration number is always identical to the pulling vehicle's number.
Motorcycle trailer plate (for trailers and caravans up to 750 kg).<br>M = motorcycle. The registration number is always identical<br>to the pulling vehicle's number.
Moped trailer plate<br>The registration number is always identical to the pulling vehicle's number
Moped trailer plate<br>The registration number is always identical to the pulling vehicle's number
Temporary plate. 02 = valid until the end of February
Temporary motorcycle plate. 10 = valid until the end of October<br>M = motorcycle
Temporary plate
Temporary plate (small size)
Temporary motorcycle plate
Transit plate. Z = Transit
Transit plate. Z = Transit
Export plate; issued on 9 September 2011<br>D = 2011, P = September, 9 = 9th
Export plate; issued on 21 August 2004<br>H = 2004, N = August, M = 21st
Export plate; issued on 10 September 2004<br>H = 2004, P = September, 0 = 10th
Export plate
Export plate (unofficial style); issued on 15 June 2011<br>D = 2011, J = June, G = 15th<br>Normally this plate would have no euroband, a white background<br>and the registration number would be 8DJ-G52.
Dealer plate. FH = dealer (HA and HF are also used)
Dealer plate (small size). FH = dealer (HA and HF are also used)
Dealer plate. HA = handelaar (dealer)<br>FH and HF are also used instead of HA
Moped dealer plate (HC)
Dealer plate (old style). FH = dealer
Dealer plate (small size, old style). HA = handelaar (dealer)
Dealer plate (small size, old style). HA = handelaar (dealer)
Taxi plate
Taxi plate
Small size taxi plate
Fino plate for trailers (special tax regulations apply)<br>08-WN-70 = registration number (W = trailer)<br>31 = 3100 kg (trailer mass)
Registration plate for an Amsterdam pedicab


Diplomatic license plates

Diplomatic plate. CD = Corps Diplomatique / Diplomatic Corps<br>CD-##-## = embassies & consulates
Diplomatic plate. CD = Corps Diplomatique / Diplomatic Corps<br>##-CD-## = international organizations
Diplomatic plate. CD = Corps Diplomatique / Diplomatic Corps<br>CDJ = judges and diplomatic staff working for the International<br>Court of Justice in The Hague
Diplomatic plate. CD = Corps Diplomatique / Diplomatic Corps<br>CDJ = judges and diplomatic staff working for the International<br>Court of Justice in The Hague
Small size diplomatic plate. CD = Corps Diplomatique / Diplomatic<br>Corps. CD-##-## = embassies & consulates
Diplomatic trailer plate for trailers and caravans up to 750 kg. Also used as<br>secondary plate for use when 'normal' plate is obscured by for example a bicycle<br>rack. The registration number is always identical to the pulling vehicle's number.<br>CD = Corps Diplomatique / Diplomatic Corps


Royal license plates

Plate for vehicles registered to members of the Dutch royal family (AA)
Plate for vehicles registered to members of the Dutch royal family (AA)


Military license plates

Military plate. KV = Koninklijke Marechaussee (Royal Constabulary)
Military plate (old style). KZ = Koninklijke Landmacht (Royal Army)
Military plate (old style). KY = Koninklijke Landmacht (Royal Army)
Military plate. RC = Région Centrale (Allied<br>Joint Force Command in Brunssum)
Military plate (old style). RC = Région Centrale (Allied<br>Joint Force Command in Brunssum)
Military plate. 06 = issued in 2006<br>SC = Schinnen (U.S. Army Garrison Schinnen)
U.S. Forces in the Netherlands
U.S. Forces in the Netherlands
German forces in the Netherlands. D = Duitsland (Germany)
German forces in the Netherlands. D = Duitsland (Germany)
German forces in the Netherlands. D = Duitsland (Germany)
German forces in the Netherlands (small size plate)<br>D = Duitsland (Germany)

 

Netherlands submissions:

Military plate. KZ = Koninklijke Landmacht (Royal Army)<br>Submitted by George Gabain from the Netherlands
Military plate. LM = Luchtmacht (Air Force)<br>Submitted by George Gabain from the Netherlands
Military plate. RC = Région Centrale (Allied Joint Force Command in Brunssum)<br>Submitted by George Gabain from the Netherlands
Military plate (old style). KL = Koninklijke Landmacht (Royal Army)<br>Submitted by George Gabain from the Netherlands
Military plate (old style). KU = Koninklijke Landmacht (Royal Army)<br>Submitted by George Gabain from the Netherlands
Military plate (old style). KR = Koninklijke Landmacht (Royal Army)<br>Submitted by George Gabain from the Netherlands
Military plate (old style). LM = Luchtmacht (Air Force)<br>Submitted by George Gabain from the Netherlands
Military plate (old style). LM = Luchtmacht (Air Force)<br>Submitted by George Gabain from the Netherlands
Old style plate for vehicles registered to members of the Dutch royal family (AA)<br>Submitted by Menno from the Netherlands