UAE License Plates

en.plate.laLicense plates are important in vehicles to give them an identity. In this way, authorities can easily determine which vehicles do not abide by the rules and regulations. In order to properly identity vehicles, countries have their own types of license plates. In case that you are moving to UAE, below are some of the plate numbering design and system you can see.

Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi license plates can easily be noticed due to its red bands on left or middle sides. Another common feature individuals can see in cars in Abu Dhabi is it has one of the numbers 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 or 17 (for year) in red bands on top or left side.


Ajman license plates on the other hand can have one of the letters: A, B, C, D and E. Plus, individuals can also notice numbers with a maximum 5 digits.


Dubai license plates can be distinguished easily since plates have one of the letters: A to Z, on a white plate and numbers containing a maximum 5 digits.


Fujairah license plates can also be noticed since it features one of the letters: A to G, K, M, P, R, S, or T, on a white plate as well as a maximum 5 digits.

Ras al Khaimah

Ras al-Khaimah license plates can have one of the letters: A, C, D, I, K, M, N, S, V or Y which use a white plate. Apart from that, individuals can also notice a fort on the top side of the plate.


Sharjah license plates contain one of the numbers: 1 or 2. And uses an orange or a white plate. With regard to numbers, Sharjah uses a maximum 5 digits.

Umm al Quwain

Umm al-Quwain license plates also features one of the letters: A, B, G or X, using a white plate and also contain a maximum 5 digits.

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