Wisconsin license plate pack 4.0

Simple Wisconsin USA plates.

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    DISCLAIMER: All license plate numbers contained within this product were randomly generated, and any similarity to real license plate numbers is entirely coincidental.
    These are 21 simple Wisconsin US license plates that covers all vehicles from cars to apportioned semi-trucks. Here is the full list, arranged alphabetically and categorized by vehicle type.

    Format: Letters are letters, and numbers are numbers. Replace with whatever you like, or customize however you want.


    A Light Truck

    Standard Format: 123456 or AB1234
    Used on vehicles up to 4,500 lbs. GVWR. Most commonly used on medium SUVs and small pickup trucks.

    B Light Truck

    Standard Format: 123456 or AB1234
    Used on vehicles up to 6,000 lbs. GVWR. Most commonly used on large SUVs and pickup trucks.

    C Light Truck

    Standard Format: 123456 or AB1234
    Used on vehicles up to 8,000 lbs. GVWR. Most commonly used on medium-large pickup trucks.

    Car

    Standard Format: 123-ABC or ABC-1234
    Used on most cars and small to medium SUVs.
    Bus

    Standard Format: 1234B
    Used on any bus. It can be a urban bus, a school bus, or any other kind of bus
    Farm
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    Standard Format: 123456F
    Used on farm only vehicles up to 12,000 lbs. GVWR. You cannot use this for commuting or non-farm applications.

    Heavy Farm
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    Standard Format: 12345
    The same as Farm, but over 12,000 lbs. GVWR.
    Official

    Standard Format: 1234
    Used for police department vehicles on a local or county level.

    State Patrol

    Standard Format: 123
    Used for state patrol cars.
    NOTE: This is not all the Heavy Truck weights Wisconsin offers! I just did some of the major ones, which I think will suffice.
    Apportioned

    Standard Format: 12345
    Used on large trucks registered with the IRP (International registration plan), which is a method of registering vehicle fleets that travel across at least 2 different member states/provinces frequently. Most commonly used on semi-trucks.

    XD Truck

    Standard Format: 12345
    Used for vehicles up to 10,000 lbs. GVWR. Most commonly used on large pickup trucks.

    EC Truck

    Standard Format: 12345
    Used for vehicles up to 16,000 lbs. GVWR.

    GD Truck

    Standard Format: 12345
    Used for vehicles up to 26,000 lbs. GVWR.

    HD Truck

    Standard Format: 12345
    Used for vehicles up to 32,000 lbs. GVWR.

    LB Truck

    Standard Format: 12345
    Used for vehicles up to 50,000 lbs. GVWR.

    PB Truck

    Standard Format: 12345
    Used for vehicles up to 62,000 lbs. GVWR.

    RB Truck

    Standard Format: 12345
    Used for vehicles up to 73,000 lbs. GVWR.

    TB Truck

    Standard Format: 12345
    Used for vehicles up to 80,000 lbs. GVWR.
    Dealer

    Standard Format: 12345
    Used on vehicles on sale at a dealership. Not to be used for rental cars

    Municipal

    Standard Format: 1234
    Used for vehicles that are owned by a city or other municipality. This includes fire department vehicles.

    Motorhome

    Standard Format: A1234
    Used on motorhomes. The Wisconsin DOT defines a motorhome as "a motor vehicle designed to be operated upon the highway for use as a temporary or recreational dwelling".

    Special thanks to the Wisconsin DOT and DMV websites for license plate images and information.
    Special thanks to wisconsinlicenseplates.net for heavy truck information

    Images

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    2. a.png
    3. all.png
    4. app.png
    5. b.png
    6. bus.png
    7. c.png
    8. car.png
    9. dealer.png
    10. mhome.png
    11. municipal.png
    12. off.png
    13. stp.png
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