I know for sure that the registration number series in KA is well defined - which letter gets assigned to what category of vehicles. But, I saw two cars, both having a number series belonging to the CV class, but having white boards. The numbers read KA-01-C-4xxx for a Dzire and KA-05-AA-7xx for a Swift. The drivers didn't appear to be cabbies, and the cars themselves looked better maintained than taxis of the same era.
Can someone explain if/how this gets done?
Originally Posted by NPV
The number plate was in Kannada and looked like a brass plaque with some green borders! Will such guys ever get booked by our RTO/cops ?
These guys will go scot-free, as those with the power have better prospects by milking responsible drivers for treason.
Came across this peculiar plate today, anyone able to decipher if genuine or fabricated ?
These are standard issue honorary plates, completely genuine. These plates are issued by a country's consulate/embassy in India to a person or organisation in 'honor' of the high-value trade engagements with the respective country (or something like that). See this post and the thread for more info.
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Saw this RX100 in Pune today with this "swag" number plate !!
We should thank him for keeping the MH-13 (solapur RTO) part. You will find a lot more in PCMC with dada and Anna. :P
My limited knowledge of Gunthesh number plate decoding brings me to the conclusion that the number is 4134. :P
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