District of Columbia

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Current (August 2011) District of Columbia Metropolitan Police

Image sent by Ralph Lindken of Essen, Germany


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Current (July 2011) District of Columbia license plates in use (two base types)

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Currently used (July 2011) older base District of Columbia license plate
Currently used District of Columbia, 4 digit, older base plate (Texas longhorn sticker added by owner)
Currently used (July 2011) 1991 District of Columbia Bicentennial plate

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Current (July 2011) District of Columbia Bad Boys Club, America plate
Current (July 2011) District of Columbia disabled person plate

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Current (July 2011) District of Columbia taxi plates (H prefix and suffix)

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May 2013 expiration on District of Columbia motorcycle plate
November 2011 expiration on District of Columbia motorcycle plate

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June 2010 expiration on District of Columbia motorcycle plate

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November 28, 2011 expiring District of Columbia windshield sticker
June 29, 2012 expiring District of Columbia windshield sticker

Images from Mike Glauboch of Butte, Montana


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Current (June 2011) District of Columbia license plate


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March 31, 2012 expiring District of Columbia, low number plate
Current (April 2011) District of Columbia DC Council Ward 1 plate
March 31, 2011 expiring District of Columbia bird, low number plate

Images sent by Brian Sawyer of Minooka, Illinois


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Current (August 2010) District of Columbia license plate

Image sent by Andrew Osborne of Winnipeg, Manitoba


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Current (June 2010) District of Columbia historic motor vehicle plate
June 2010 expiration on District of Columbia trailer plate

Images sent by Jeff Ellis of Baltimore, Maryland


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March 2002 expiration on District of Columbia, The American Experience plate
March 31, 2006 expiring District of Columbia, low number plate

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March 31, 2007 expiring District of Columbia, low number plate
March 31, 2008 expiring District of Columbia, low number plate

Images from Jean-Marc Collin of Brittany, France


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Currently used (June 2009) District of Columbia license plate
Probably around a 2007 issued District of Columbia license plate

Seen in use at the 2009 ALPCA Convention in Erie, Pennsylvania


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District of Columbia V.I.P. plate seen in use March 2009

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Andrew Pang of Arlington, Virginia



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2009 Presidential Inaguration license plate used on limousine and accompanying Secret Service vehicles that transported Vice President Cheney and Vice President-Elect Joe Biden's from the White House to the U.S. Capitol on Tuesday, January 20, 2009.

Image was sent by Bob Gilbert of Roselle, Illinois


Current (July 2008) District of Columbia Purple Heart license plate
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Andrew Pang of Arlington, Virginia

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Current (May 2008) District of Columbia government, fleet license plate
Current (May 2008) District of Columbia for hire plate
April 30, 2009 expiring District of Columbia annual special permit plate

Images sent by Jim Moini of Bergenfield, New Jersey


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October 2002 expiration on District of Columbia license plate with all zero serial number
April 30, 2009 expiring annual special permit plate


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March 31, 2008 Washington, D.C. low number license plate issued to City Councilmember Charlene Drew Jarvis
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Andrew Pang of Arlington, Virginia

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February 2008 expiration on District of Columbia apportioned plate
Image sent by Jim Moini of Bergenfield, New Jersey

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Current (August 2007) District of Columba license plate
Image sent by Norm Russo of St. Louis Park, Minnesota

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2007 District of Columbia Manufacturer license plate

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October 31, 2005 expiring Washington, DC dealer and manufacturer plates



October 31, 2006 expiring Washington, D.C. dealer and manufacturer plates

More than you'll ever be able to keep up with in new and current District of Columbia license plate issues are on the web site of Andrew Pang of Arlington, Virginia who brought you the images above



July 2005 expiration on D.C. plate used on Presidential limousine.
Image sent by Michael Wiener of Albuquerque, New Mexico


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Currently used (September 2003) D.C. bus plate on Celebrate and Discover [;ate
Currently used (September 2003) D. C. Government plate
Currently used (September 2003 flat D.C, No Taxation Without Representation plate
March 2004 expiration on D. C, flat motorcycle plate
Images sent by
Jim Moini of Bergenfield, New Jersey



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District of Columbia Omega Psi Phi Fraternity plate used in September of 2003.
Image sent by Bruce Bufalini of Lemont Furnace, Pennsylvania


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January 2004 expiration on District of Columbia Taxation Without Representation license plate.
Image was sent by D'Arcy Matters of Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.



Currently used District of Columbia motorcycle license plate.
Image sent by Joe Sallmen of Fairmont, West Virginia



District of Columbia dealer temporary tag good until May 8, 2003.
Image sent by Joe Sallmen of Fairmont, West Virginia



New style of low number District of Columbia plate seen on the streets in April of 2003.
Picture was taken by Andrew Pang of Elkridge, Maryland



Current single letter vanity on District of Columbia Taxation Without Representation license plate seen in March 2003.
Image sent by Joe Sallmen of Fairmont, West Virginia.



District of Columbia windshield sticker expiring on December 3, 2003.
Image sent by Jean-Baptiste Faby of Montréal, Québec


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Picked up at the ALPCA Convention in Niagara Falls, June 25-29, 2002
December 2001 expiration on embossed Taxation Without Representation license plate
November 2002 expiration on flat Taxation Without Representation license plate



October 2002 expiration on D.C. Taxation Without Representation plate.
Andrew Pang of Elkridge, Maryland,
who took the picture, says it is the first Taxation Without Representation plate issued in D.C.


June 2002 expiration on Washington, D.C. historic vehicle license plate.
Picture sent by Bruce Bufalini of Lemont Furnace, Pennsylvania




District of Columbia Safety Inspections/Emissions windshield sticker expiring in 2004.
Picture sent by Bruce Bufalini of Lemont Furnace, Pennsylvania




October 2002 on District of Columbia handicapped person license plate.
Picture sent by Bruce Bufalini of Lemont Furnace, Pennsylvania.




District of Columbia Safety/Emissions windshield sticker.
Picture sent by Bruce Bufalini of Lemont Furnace, Pennsylvania




New flat plates being released in Washington, D.C.
Picture taken by Andrew Pang of Elkridge, Maryland.




May 2003 expiration on District of Columbia "A Capital City" slogan license plate. One of the older issues.
Sent by Bruce Bufalini of Lemont Furnace, Pennsylvania.



October 2001 expiration on District of Columbia bicentennial plate.
Sent by Bruce Bufalini of Lemont Furnace, Pennsylvania.



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District of Columbia 2002 inspection sticker sent by Bruce Bufalini of Lemont Furnace, Pennsylvania.



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Current sample plates (6-21-01) being issued by the District of Columbia Department of Motor Vehicles.




March 2002 expiration on 3 digit, DC Taxation Without Representation plate. This one has an extra added flag. The picture was taken by Andrew Pang of Elkridge, Maryland.


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The plate on the left is for a Capitol Police Car. The plate on the right is for vehicles owned by the Smithsonian Institution. Photoes taken 3/20/01


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April 2001 expiration on District of Columbia Taxation Without Representation plate sent by Bruce Bufalini of Lemont Furnace, Pennsylvania



January 2003 expiration on DC plate. Sent by Andrew Pang of Elkridge, Maryland.





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2001 Inaugural plate of Ian Slade of Redmond, Washington.




Graphic representations of the new 2001 Inaugural license plates from the Inaugural Giftshop.





July 2002 expiration on new District of Columbia plate sent by Andrew Pang of Elkridge, Maryland.


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In a move surprising no one, except maybe the Florida Secretary of State, the newly reformed Binaugural Committee is now offering these plates for the upcoming Binauguration of the Presidents.
These "imaginative" plates brought to you by Reid Williamson of Annandale, Virginia and sent by Jeff Minard of Huntington Beach, California.




Thanks to Reid Williamson of Annandale, Virginia, a Jeopady 5 time national champion, who was the first to get a hold of the latest permutation of the "composite projection" of the new inaugural plate, as predicted by every major network. Is it me, or do these guys look like Alfred E. Neumann and Clark Kent?
This image was forwarded by Jeff Minard of Huntington Beach, California.



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The new DC Taxation Without Representation slogan plates with 2001 and 2002 expirations from Andrew Pang of Elkridge, Maryland



1970 Washington DC plate with 2001 expiration brought to you by Dave Lincoln of Kennett Square, Pennsylvania




DC 2000 temporary tag. Photo taken 3/28/00



2000 April expiration on DC diplomat's plate. Photo taken 3/28/00.
The VJ prefix would mean the vehicle belonged to a diplomat from Brazil.




2001 February expiration plate. Photo taken 3/28/00



D.C. Y2K plate brought to you by Jim Moini of Bergenfield, New Jersey.




The two plates above were seen at the 1999 ALPCA Convention on the car of Jack Garst of Washington, D.C.



DC police plate which is currently used and will be used in 2000, if we all last that long. Brought to you by Karl Denhart of Ocala, Florida