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Plate History
1961 - 1980 (by Prefix)
    Agent (Dealer), Autocalesa, Bantam Car
    Consular, Diplomatic Corps
    Tax Exempt
    Tax Exempt - United States Forces
    Heavy Car, Heavy Trailer, Very Heavy Trailer
    Light Car
    Official Vehicle, Public Utility Car/Bus/Coach/Jeep
    Government Owned Vehicle/Truck
    Service Van or Bus, Schoolbus, Special
    Taxi, Various Truck Types, Trailer, Jeep Trailer
    Rental Vehicle
    (No Prefix)
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Philippines License Plates

Plate History

1920's - 1940's

1950 - 1960

Number only for the capital, Manila
Number and star for provinces
Letter(s) and star for chartered city

1961 - 1980 (by Prefix)

A = Agent (Dealer)
AC = Autocalesa/Jeepney
B = Bantam Car

C = Consular Corps
D = Diplomatic Corps

E = Tax Exempt

E = Tax Exempt - United States Forces

See United States Forces

H = Heavy Car
HB = Heavy Trailer (HB)
HBB = Very Heavy Trailer

J = Jeep

L = Light Car

PI = Official Vehicle
PU = Public Utility Car
PUB = Public Utility Bus
PUC = Public Utility Coach
PUJ = Public Utility Jeep

RP = Government Owned Vehicle
RPT = Government Owned Truck

S = Service Van or Bus
SB = Schoolbus
SP = Special

T = Truck
TAXI = Taxi
TC = Cargo Truck
TH = Heavy Truck
TK = Tanker Truck
TPI = Government Owned Truck
TPU = Public Utility Truck
TR = Trailer
TRJ = Jeep Trailer

U = Rental Vehicle

(No Prefix) = Government Owned, Government Official

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U.S. Forces were stationed in the Philippines between 1964 and 1992.

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Location East Asia
Capital Manila
Main Religion Christianity. There is an active islamist minority in the Southern part of country.
Main Languages Pilipino, Tagalog, Cebuano. English is the lingua franca.
History Independence from the United States of America in 1946
International Oval RP


(1) Picture by Carson Webb
(2) Jim Fox / Picture by Greg Gibson
(3) Picture by Juke Luoma
(4) Picture by John Perez

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