Special Sub-Topic: What do Those Letters Mean?
|Which country uses the letters 'DY' on their vehicles?|
Benin. The Dominican Republic uses DOM, while Algeria is DZ and Kenya's letters are EAK.
|Chile's cars use which letters on their registration plates?|
RCH. CH is the code for Switzerland, CL the code for Sri Lanka and RN the code for Niger.
|'V' is used by the cars in which country?|
Vatican City. Vietnam uses the letters VN, St Vincent & Grenadines uses WV and Venesuela the code YV. Hard to believe, but yes, Vatican City, in the middle of Rome, IS classified as a country - a country within a city!
|What code does Libya expect all its vehicles to display?|
LAR. LB is the code for Liberia, LS for Lesotho and L for Luxembourg.
|'RO' indicates that a vehicle is registered in which country?|
Romania. Rwanda's code is RWA, Burma's is BUR and Malta uses GBY.
|Spanish cars display which single letter on their licence plate?|
E. Sweden uses S, Italy I and Cuba C.
|There are a number of licence plate registration letters starting with 'GB' - but which one of these places uses the letters 'GBZ'?|
Gibraltar. GBJ is used for Jersey, GBG for Guernsey and GBM for the Isle of Man.
|Three of these countries use the letter 'Z' in their licence code, the fourth one used to. Which country used to have the combination 'ZRE'?|
Democratic Republic of Congo. Zimbabwe uses ZW, South Africa uses ZA and Zambia uses Z.
|Ireland, also called Erin or Eire, has which code on her vehicles?|
IRL. IR is the code for Iran, IL for Israel and IS for Iceland.
|Bangladesh is just one of the countries which uses a vehicle licence code starting with the letter 'B' - but which one is it?|
BD. B is used by Belgium, BDS by Barbados and BH by Belize.
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