Virgin Islands

1975 Virgin Islands license plates used during 1976.
C prefix=St. Croix
T prefix=St. Thomas
J prefix=St. John

Click on windshield sticker for larger image

To update auto registrations for 1976, residents of the Virgin Islands were given the above windshield sticker.
Previous year plates continued to be used.
The T indicates that this sticker was issued on St. Thomas Island.

The HP in the letters above indicates that this is a truck plate.
The T indicates it was to be used on the island of St. Thomas, and the C indicates issuance on the island of St. Croix.
Like the passenger plate, this plate was used through 1976 with a windshield sticker to update for that year.
The windshield sticker for a truck would have had a CHP, JHP or THP prefix in the serial number depending on the island.
It would have been similar to the one shown at the top of the page.

This 75 Virgin Islands government plate was updated with a 1976 windshield sticker like all other 75 plates in the Virgin Islands.
The windshield sticker would have had a GT prefix in the serial number, and would have been similar to the one shown at the top of the page.
The plate on the right may have been a temporary plate for official use of some sort.

1975 Virgin Islands taxi plates from St. Thomas and St. John used during 1976 with white on red windshield sticker.
The sticker would include a TP prefix in its serial number.

1975 Virgin Islands-St. Thomas dealer plate.

1976 Virgin Islands trailer plate.

1975 Virgin Islands Travel Trailer plate used through 1976 and 1977 according to the ALPCA archive.
The plate type is also listed as just a 75 trailer.
In addition, the plates were used on rental cars on the island of St. John.

1976 Virgin Islands motorcycle plates used on the islands of St. John and St. Thomas.

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1976 Virgin Islands bicycle plate.

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