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    1920's - 1964
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Provinces
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Private/Passenger

Ecuador License Plates

(A) 1976 dated plate in Guayas only.
(B) About 2005: A light blue crest with the legend COMISION DE TRANSITO DE LA PROVINCIA DEL GUAYAS was added to the top left side of plates in Guayas only.


Plate History

1920's - 1964

Ecuadorian License Plates

Guayas province issued plates with different colors from other departments through 1976.


More Ecuadoran Plates

1920's - 1964

Ecuador License Plates

1965 - 1970's

Ecuador License Plates

1979 - 2000's

Ecuador License Plates

Provinces

Map of Ecuadorian Departments 1 = Azuay
2 = Bolivar
3 = Cañar
4 = Carchi
5 = Chimborazo
6 = Cotopaxi
7 = El Oro
8 = Esmeraldas
9 = Galapágos
10 = Guayas
11 = Imbabura
12 = Loya
13 = Los Ríos
14 = Manabí
15 = Morona-Santiago
16 = Napo
17 = Orellana
18 = Pastaza
19 = Pichincha
20 = Santa Elena
21 = Santo Domingo de los Tsáchilas
22 = Sucumbíos
23 = Tungurahua
24 = Zamora-Chinchipe

Province Codes

  A  Azuay   B  Bolívar   U  Cañar
  C  Carchi   H  Chimborazo   X  Cotopaxi
  O  El Oro   E  Esmeraldas   W  Galapágos
  G  Guayas   I  Imbabura   L  Loja
  R  Los Ríos   M  Manabi   V  Morona - Santiago
  N  Napo   Q   Orellana   S  Pastaza
  P  Pichincha   Y  Santa Elena   J  Santo Domingode los Tsáchilas
  K  Sucumbíos   T  Tungurahua   Z  Zamora-Chinchipe

Country Information

Map of Ecuador

Location South America
Capital Quito
Main Religion Christianity (catholicism)
National Language Spanish. The other main language is Quechua.
History Ecuador became seceded from Grand Colombia in 1830
International Oval EC
ISO Code EC

Credits

(1) Jim Fox/Picture by Greg Gibson

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