## OVAL : TR |

Passenger series

Diplomatic series

Military series

Pictures of the entire code list

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals followed by two letters and four numerals.

This combination is issued since 1997.

The first two numerals denote the province where 34 stands for Istanbul.

Left of the plate is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white.

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals followed by two letters and four numerals.

This combination is issued since 1997.

The first two numerals denote the province where 35 stands for Izmir.

Left of the plate is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white.

Since February 2009 a technical inspection sticker is required.

Note the Turkish flag.

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals followed by two letters and four numerals.

This combination is issued since 1997.

The first two numerals denote the province where 34 stands for Istanbul.

Left of the plate is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white.

Since February 2009 a technical inspection sticker is required.

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals followed by two letters and four numerals.

This combination is issued since 1997.

The first two numerals denote the province where 34 stands for Istanbul.

Note that there is no blue band and no technical inspection sticker.

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals followed by three letters and two numerals.

This combination is issued since 1985.

The first two numerals denote the province where 16 stands for Bursa.

Since February 2009 a technical inspection sticker is required.

Left of the plate is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white.

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals followed by three letters and two numerals.

This combination is issued since 1985.

The first two numerals denote the province where 07 stands for Antalya.

Since February 2009 a technical inspection sticker is required.

Left of the plate is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white.

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals followed by three letters and two numerals.

This combination is issued since 1985.

The first two numerals denote the province where 34 stands for Istanbul.

Note the Turkish flag, unofficially placed after the 34.

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals followed by three letters and two numerals.

This combination is issued since 1985.

The first two numerals denote the province where 06 stands for Ankara.

Left of the plate is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white below an unofficially placed Turkish flag.

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals followed by three letters and two numerals.

This combination is issued since 1985.

The first two numerals denote the province where 34 stands for Istanbul. After the two first numerals is a seal.

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals followed by three letters and two numerals.

This combination is issued since 1985.

The first two numerals denote the province where 06 stands for Ankara. After the two first numerals is a seal.

Current passenger series since 1962, two-line plate in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals followed by one letters above five numerals.

This combination is issued since 2003.

The first two numerals denote the province where 61 stands for Trabzon.

Bottom left of the plate is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white.

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals followed by one letter and four numerals.

This combination is issued since 1981.

The first two numerals denote the province where 27 stands for Gaziantep.

Left of the plate is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white.

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals followed by one letter and four numerals.

This combination is issued since 1981.

The first two numerals denote the province where 31 stands for Hatay.

Left of the plate is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white.

Since February 2009 a technical inspection sticker is required.

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals followed by one letter and four numerals.

This combination is issued since 1981.

The first two numerals denote the province where 52 stands for Ordu.

Left of the plate is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white.

Since February 2009 a technical inspection sticker is required.

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals, followed by two letters and three numerals.

This combination is issued since 1962.

The first two numerals denote the province where 26 stands for Eskişehir.

Left of the plate is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white.

Since February 2009 a technical inspection sticker is required.

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals, followed by two letters and three numerals.

This combination is issued since 1962.

The first two numerals denote the province where 33 stands for İçel.

The blue euroband is covered with a red band with the oval TR below the crescent and star in white.

Since February 2009 a technical inspection sticker is required.

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals, followed by two letters and three numerals.

This combination is issued since 1962.

The first two numerals denote the province where 03 stands for Afyon.

Left of the plate is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white.

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals, followed by two letters and three numerals.

This combination is issued since 1962.

The first two numerals denote the province where 38 stands for Kayseri.

Left of the plate is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white.

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals, followed by two letters and three numerals.

This combination is issued since 1962.

The first two numerals denote the province where 35 stands for Izmir.

Left of the plate is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white.

Since February 2009 a technical inspection sticker is required.

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals, followed by two letters and three numerals.

This combination is issued since 1962.

The first two numerals denote the province where 10 stands for Balikesir.

Left of the plate is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white.

Since February 2009 a technical inspection sticker is required.

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals followed by two letters and three numerals.

This combination is issued since 1962.

The first two numerals denote the province where 35 stands for Izmir.

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals followed by two letters above three numerals.

This combination is issued since 1962.

The first two numerals denote the province where 34 stands for Istanbul.

Bottom left of the plate is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white.

Current passenger series since 1962 in black on white.

The registration consists of two numerals followed by three letters above two numerals.

This combination is issued since 1985.

The first two numerals denote the province where 06 stands for Ankara.

Bottom left of the plate is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white.

Diplomatic series in green on white with green border.

The registration consists of two numerals, followed by the letters CD and three numerals.

The first two numerals denote the province where 06 stands for Ankara.

Left of the plate is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white.

Diplomatic series in green on white with green border.

The registration consists of two numerals, followed by the letters CD and four numerals.

The first two numerals denote the province where 06 stands for Ankara.

Left of the registration is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white.

Current diplomatic series in green on white with green border.

The registration consists of two numerals, followed by a hyphen and the letters CD above three numerals.

The first two numerals denote the province where 06 stands for Ankara.

Bottom left of the plate is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white.

Current diplomatic series in blue on white with blue border.

The registration consists of two numerals, followed by a hyphen and the letters CD above four numerals.

The first two numerals denote the province where 06 stands for Ankara.

Bottom left of the plate is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white.

Diplomatic series in green on white with green border.

The registration consists of two numerals, followed by the letters CD and four numerals.

The first two numerals denote the province where 06 stands for Ankara.

Left of the registration is since 1996 optionally a blue band with the oval TR in white.

Current consular corps series in white on green with white border.

The registration consists of two numerals, followed by the letters CG above three numerals.

The first two numerals denote the province where 34 stands for Istanbul.

Current military series in black on white.

The registration consists of six serial numerals.

Turkish vehicle registration plates start with a group of two or three digits, indicating the province of registration.

Pictures of the entire code list

01 |
Adana |

02 |
Adıyaman |

03 |
Afyon |

04 |
Ağrı |

05 |
Amasya |

06 |
Ankara |

07 |
Antalya |

08 |
Artvin |

09 |
Aydın |

10 |
Balıkesir |

11 |
Bilecik |

12 |
Bingöl |

13 |
Bitlis |

14 |
Bolu |

15 |
Burdur |

16 |
Bursa |

17 |
Çanakkale |

18 |
Çankırı |

19 |
Çorum |

20 |
Denizli |

21 |
Diyarbakır |

22 |
Edirne |

23 |
Elazığ |

24 |
Erzincan |

25 |
Erzurum |

26 |
Eskişehir |

27 |
Gaziantep |

28 |
Giresun |

29 |
Gümüşhane |

30 |
Hakkari |

31 |
Hatay (Antakya) |

32 |
Isparta |

33 |
İçel |

34 |
İstanbul |

35 |
İzmir |

36 |
Kars |

37 |
Kastamonu |

38 |
Kayseri |

39 |
Kırklareli |

40 |
Kırşehir |

41 |
Kocaeli (İzmit) |

42 |
Konya |

43 |
Kütahya |

44 |
Malatya |

45 |
Manisa |

46 |
Kahramanmaraş |

47 |
Mardin |

48 |
Muğla |

49 |
Muş |

50 |
Nevşehir |

51 |
Niğde |

52 |
Ordu |

53 |
Rize |

54 |
Sakarya (Adapazarı) |

55 |
Samsun |

56 |
Siirt |

57 |
Sinop |

58 |
Sivas |

59 |
Tekirdağ |

60 |
Tokat |

61 |
Trabzon |

62 |
Tunceli |

63 |
Şanlıurfa |

64 |
Uşak |

65 |
Van |

66 |
Yogzat |

67 |
Zongulduk |

68 |
Aksaray |

69 |
Bayburt |

70 |
Karaman |

71 |
Kırıkkale |

72 |
Batman |

73 |
Şırnak |

74 |
Bartın |

75 |
Akhisar |

76 |
Iğdır |

77 |
Yalova |

78 |
Karabük |

79 |
Kilis |

80 |
Osmaniye |

81 |
Düzce |