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|1993 onwards normal series plate. 18 suffix = Udmurtia republic.|
|1993 onwards motorcycle plate. 27 suffix = Khabarovsk.|
|1993 onwards agricultural vehicle plate. 95 suffix = Checheniya.|
|1993 onwards military plate. 15 suffix = Internal Troops, Ministry of Internal Affairs.|
|2001 onwards police plate. 15 suffix = Kareliya.|
|1993 onwards diplomatic plate. 514 = IBED, 77 suffix = Moscow city.|
|1993-2001 foreigner plate, 77 suffix = Moscow city (code issued until 1998).|
Until 2001, vehicles owned by a foreign citizen or company were black on yellow, and the registration was in a reversed format with the double letters first. This particular number was issued to a truck in July 1997.
|2002 onwards public service vehicle plate (vehicles transporting passengers, such as busses and taxis). 35 suffix = Vologda.|
|2001 onwards transit plate for previously registered vehicles being imported or exported. 23 suffix = Krasnodar.|
|2010 onwards transit plate for previously unregistered vehicles, made of thin plastic coated cardboard. 52 suffix = Nizhegorod.|
See also from the Svalbard page:
|Russian mining community plate. APБ = Barentsburg.
These plates were introduced in the early 1990s in the layout of the pre-1993 Russian plates and still use this design. Before that, Russian vehicles in Svalbard had no plates.
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