Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Vehicle registration number zero (Limpopo Province)

The vehicle pictured above was spotted in the town of Vivo, on Saturday 14 September 2013.

In South Africa number plates are unique in each of the nine provinces. Each province has its own number plate design and colours, as well as numbering scheme. According to an article on Wikipedia, Vehicle registration plates of South Africa, the plate pictured in this posting could possibly be a personalised one, as standard plates require a compulsory letter (A - Z) and a compulsory digit (0 – 9) – followed by the letter representing the province - example “L” for Limpopo.

People can apply to personalise their motor vehicle number plates with any combination of numeric or alpha characters of their choice, subject to approval of course. The chosen name or number may not exceed 7 characters (excluding the provincial mark) and must comply with the requirements of a normal number plate (e.g. it must display the logo of the province) and be displayed in the same manner as the normal number plate. [Source]

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