Puerto Rico updated its 1973 plates with 75/76 tabs
and 76/77 tabs.
1973 plates with 75/76 and 76/77 tabs. The plate on the right
also has a 77/78 tab as well.
The earliest bases appear to be on galvanized steel, while later bases with
larger letters are on aluminum, as shown below.
73 style plate with larger letter in the center and 76/77
The plates with the same height letters came out later than those above.
Sample versions of the type of passenger plates used in 1976
Non passenger style 75/76 and 76/77 tabs that appear
on a multi-tabbed 73 type trailer plate below.
The A suffix on this 73 plate would indicate that this
is a trailer plate.
1975-76 and 76-77 expiration stickers used on Puerto Rico
private truck plate
Puerto Rico school vehicle plate used in the 70's.
1975/76 used car dealer plates with 75/76 non passenger tabs.
1975/76 new car dealer plate from Puerto Rico.
Municipal government plate used during 1976 in Puerto Rico
Handicapped type license plates used during 1976. Base originally
started in 1973.
1973 style tourist bus plates that would have been used in
1976 with proper stickers.
Puerto Rico motorcycle plate updated with 76/77 expiration
sticker. A 75/76 sticker resides underneath the 76/77 one.
1975-76 Motorcycle Dealer License Plate
License plates from Puerto Rico can be difficult to obtain. One
good source is Bernard P. Bandolier, PO Box 9197, San Juan, Puerto Rico
00908-0197. For example, he is the source of the multi-tabbed trailer plate
shown on this page.
Plates I am looking for from Puerto Rico:
You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
59/65 Puerto Rico
Various 76 Puerto Rico non passenger plates
For more on Puerto Rico license plates, you can follow these links:
de Transportación y Obras Públicas
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