Why do some license plates have other little numbers or letters on it besides the original 7 characters?


I think my sister said that they are government cars. Can somebody confirm this? thanks.

ITS BEST IF YOU CONTACT YOUR LOCAL (DMV) DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES OFFICE, THEY WILL BE ABLE TO ANSWER ANY AND ALL OF YOUR QUESTIONS AND AT THE SAME TIME YOU WILL BE GETTING THE CORRECT ANSWER TO YOUR QUESTION.

Some are but some like mine have DV which stands for Disabled Veteran

I live in Montana, but I know many states including California have DV as an Identifier and as a Disabled/Handicapped plate

Sometimes medical professionals have corresponding letters on their plates and licenses. Medical doctors, for instance, have MD. This is so that, in an emergency situation, they can immediately identify themselves as such.

government or other special plates. Illinois has an organ donor one and I think the letters are DN.

In what state are you referring to…?

Depends on the state.

They are in the government witness protection program.

For identification purposes.

hmm im not sure. try asking a teacher

they are every individual preferences

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