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The Syrian license plates since 1997 have black lettering on a white background. The plate is divided into 4 sections (when viewed from left to right):
- The left-most section: At the top the name of the province in Arabic and below that the registration number (a maximum of 6 digits) in Arabic numerals.
- The vertical strip: Country code SYR is written in Latin script.
- The second vertical strip: "Syria" is written in Arabic script.
- The right-most strip: The same registration number from the left-most area is written in Eastern Arabic numerals