International Vehicle Registration Code Symbols… Free Download

Today I’ve got a selection of international vehicle registration code symbols for you to download as vectors to do with what you will. This is by no means all of them, but it is a selection of about 40 or so of some of the more prominent nations:

international vehicle car sign symbol download

Download: International Vehicle Symbol Vectors
File Type: AI (Illustrator)

This if a free download – We don’t want your money, we just want you to have the files you need with having to pay for them. But, if you’d like to show your appreciation, or maybe you’re just feeling generous, you could always do us a big favour and link to this post or book mark us!

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Here’s a list of the registration symbols and the countries they indicate:
A: Austria
AUS: Australia
B: Belgium
BG: Bulgaria
BR: Brazil
CDN: Canada
CZ: Czech Republic
D: Germany
DK: Denmark
E: Spain
F: France
FIN: Finland
GB: United Kingdom
GR: Greece
H: Hungary
HK: Hong Kong
I: Italy
IL: Israel
IND: India
IRL: Ireland
IS: Iceland
J: Japa
L: Luxembourg
MC: Monaco
MEX: Mexico
N: Norway
NL: Netherlands
P: Portugal
PL: Poland
RA: Argentina
RCH: Chile
RO: Romania
RP: Philippines
RUS: Russia
S: Sweden
SK: Slovakia
TR: Turkey
USA: United States
V: Vatican City
YV: Venezuela
ZA: South Africa

If you’re not familiar with them, these international license plate country codes are a white oval sticker with one, two or three uppercase letters that indicate in which country the vehicle is registered and are displayed on the rear of a car or motor vehicle near the license plate.

These glorified bumper stickers are actually a series of codes and symbols that are overseen by the United Nations and are known as the Distinguishing Signs of Vehicles in International Traffic or DSIT if you want to really want to sound like you know what you’re talking about. And if you want to see the full list you can do that here: DSIT codes

They’re similar to ISO codes and are most widely used in the European Union, but aren’t required when a vehicle uses the common EU standard format of number plate. Interesting.

I can’t tell you this with any authority, but I’m pretty sure that these country code symbols are also commonly used on instruction sheets, technical documents and other print materials. So if you need them… take them.

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