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The 11 Types Of Car Number Plates In Nigeria You Should Know

The 11 Types Of Car Number Plates In Nigeria You Should Know

Knowledge, they say is power. Moreover, under the law, ignorance they say is no excuse. Consequently, it is important to be aware with the laid down guidlines and stipulated policies that’s operates in regards to things that pertains to our daily lives.

Consequently, below are the compilation of the 11 types of number plates in Nigeria, which indicate different classes of people riding in the car, in addition to offences related to the use of the number plates.

1. Private:

Background – White

Lettering – Blue

This is for private vehicle owners.

2. Special/Fancy:

Background – White

Lettering – Blue

3. Commercial:

Background – White

Lettering – Red

4. Mass Transit

Background – White

Lettering – Red

5. School Bus:

Background – White

Lettering – Red

6. Government:

Background – White


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Lettering – Green

7. Armed Forces/Para-military:

Background – White

Lettering – Black

8. Diplomatic:

Background – Neon Purple

Lettering – White

9. Corps Consulate:

Background – Brown

Lettering – White

10. Corps Technique

Background – Navy blue

Lettering – White

11. Car dealers

Background – White

Lettering – Red

Moreover, it is worthy of note that using a personal registered vehicle for commercial purpose is an offence.

Also, driving with an incomplete number plate, is a violation of traffic law. A Police report .ay save you but do well to replace immediately.

In addition, driving with a defaced number plate is also an offence, defaced number plates are expected to be replaced.

The covering of number plate is a serious offence, using a blue transparent cover is wrong.

Lastly, note that you will be doing yourself good, by registering your vehicles appropriately, as vehicle registered, can’t be re-register and can be easily detected if stolen and about to register.

Conclusively, how the cost of getting a number plates in Nigeria varies from state to state. While it may be cheaper to get that of Osun for example, it may be costly to have that of Lagos.

Do you think the cost of getting number plates in Nigeria is averagely fair ?

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    August 9, 2020 at 5:33 pm

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