Vehicle registration plates of Italy

Present Italian car number plates have black characters on a rectangular white background, with small blue side-fields (see European vehicle registration plates). The current numbering scheme, in use from 1994, is unrelated to the geographical provenance of the car. By law, Italian plates can only be made by the Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato[1] and issued by local departments of motor vehicles.

Current Italian car registration plate: on white background the nationwide and sequential scheme "AA 000 AA"; on left the common EU design with the country code (I = Italia); on right the year of registration (12 = 2012) and the provincial code (FI = Firenze)
A 1994–1998 car plate, without blue strips

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