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Old April 20th, 2013, 07:31 PM   #41
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Link Road on Addu Atoll, the longest road in the Maldives (14 Km)
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I wonder why such a small country have long license plates like above
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Small country yes, but in the whole country there are around 70.000 vehicles without include two-wheelers (the whole population is around 349.000 inhabitants). The scheme of the plate has the last four numbers as serial, a letter that identifies the type of vehicle (T = Taxy, C = Commercial, P = Private and so on...). Letters above should indentifies the license of the vehicle (B1 = Light passenger vehicles, seating capacity 9 or less, C1 = Light goods vehicles, up to 2 tons, C2 = Medium goods vehicles, more than 2 tons to 4 tons, etc...). The two "A" instead 'm not sure what the mean. Maybe could be an indentification of the island or just serial...anyway is not bad scheme even if the country is little; it explains all vehicle data. You can however get a personalized license plate of just 4 digits...


This scheme is used since 2003, former schemes were:

1998-2003

1984-1998

1963-1984
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