Vehicle registration plates of Syria

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A Syrian license plate

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 provinces are as follows:


Halab-Shakhsi-SYR.png



Dimashq-Shakhsi-SYR.png



Daraa-Shakhsi-SYR.png



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Hamma-Shakhsi-SYR.png



Hasake-Shakhsi-SYR.png



Homs-Shakhsi-SYR.png



Idlib-Shakhsi-SYR.png



Lazeqiye-Shakhsi-SYR.png



Qantarieh-Shakhsi-SYR.png



Raqqe-Shakhsi-SYR.png



Rif Dimashq-Shakhsi-SYR.png



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  • 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

Private[edit]

Private vehicles are black on white.


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Public Transit[edit]

Privately owned[edit]

Privately owned and run public transit is mostly run by taxis. Taxi license plates are red on white.


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Public owned[edit]

public owned and run public transit is mostly run by city buses. Bus license plates are black on red.


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Rental Vehicles[edit]

Rental vehicles with drivers are white on blue.


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Rental vehicles without a driver have a mix of white on blue and black on white (similar to private vehicles).


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Transit Vehicles[edit]

Transit vehicles are black on yellow.


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