Bermuda....

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Current (December 2010) Bermuda vanity plate of type first issued in 2002

Image from John O. Perez, World Traveler


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Current (May 2009) Bermuda vanity plate of type first issued in 2002


October 4, 2009 expiring Bermuda registration windshield sticker

Images sent by Jon Lebowitz of Plainview, New York

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Current Bermuda license plate with February 2009 expiration windshield sticker shown below



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December 2007 expiration Bermuda motor scooter plate
July 2007 expiration on Bermuda motor scooter plate

Images sent by John Ferguson of West Bay, Cayman Islands



Current (March 2008) Bermuda classic car license plate

Image from Steve Frampton of Waterlooville, England, United Kingdom



Appears to be a new vanity type plate currently used in Bermuda (June 2003). Image suppled by Rob Croft of Canton, Ohio




Various types of current Bermuda scooter plates.
The top were on local resident scooters, while the bottom three were on rental scooters.
Images were sent in May 2003 by Rob Croft of Canton, Ohio


Current plexiglass type passenger car plates with auto manuafacturer symbols to the left.
The left and center plate can be enlarged by clicking on them.
From left to right: Suzuki, Toyota and Volkswagen. Images sent (May 2003) by Rob Croft of Canton, Ohio







Current Bermuda bus serials (May 2003).
On top is the window number and below is a bumper plate which matches.
These are from the same photograph and in proportion to each other.
Images were sent by Rob Croft of Canton, Ohio


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Current Bermuda truck plates. HA to HC = heavy truck; IN=intermediate truck; L=light truck.
Images sent in May 2003 by Rob Croft of Canton, Ohio


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The T prefix is for a taxi plate.
The M prefixed plate is used on municipal vehicles.
Images sent in May 2003 by Rob Croft of Canton, Ohio.




A 2000 Bermuda license plate sent by Brian Husbands, ALS #2017
It looks as if it may have come from a rental scooter.