ALPCA small crestWelcome to PA PL8S / PA PLATES

Pennsylvania License Plate History & Images

John McDevitt, Walnutport, PA

ALPCA #4376

 

Home  |  About this site  |  Needed images  |  Website credits  |  Contact

GENERAL PLATE DISPLAYS  Antique, Classic, etc.  |  Bus, Limo, Taxi, etc.  |  Dealer & MV Business |  Misc. Plates  |  Official Plates  |  Political Plates   |  Veterans Plates

SPECIALTY & SPECIAL ORG.  |  College, University, etc.  |  Fire, EMS & Police  |  Fraternal, Non-Profit, etc.  |  NASCAR  |  Special Fund Plates  |  Pending/Proposed Plates

UNUSUAL & UNIQUE PLATES  |  Governor Plates  |  Mystery, Oddballs, etc.  |  Special Event Plates  |  Front Plates  |  Group Displays

REFERENCE MATERIAL |  Old Documents  |  Legislation  |  Plate Codes  |  Plate Hist A-M  |  Plate Hist N-Z Plate Hist Pass  |  Plate Hist Truck  | Plate Hist Spec OrgStickers   |  Links

ARCHIVED HOME PAGES  |  '17Archives  |  '16 Archives  |  '15 Archives  |  '14 Archives  |  2013 Archives  |  '12 Archives  |  '11 Archives  |  '10 Archives  |  '09 Archives  |  '08 Archives  |  '07 Archives  |  '06 Archives

* * * PLATE HISTORY LINKS * * *

Plate types have been linked to various pages

Amateur Radio 

Fire Department

Motorcycle Dealer

State Senator

Apportioned (Truck)

Fleet Transporter

Motor Vehicle Business

Steel Worker

Apportioned (Bus)

Foreign Consul (Includes Consular)

Municipal

Suburban

ATV Dealer

Governor

Municipal Motorcycle

Superior Court

Auto Manufacturer

Handicapped Person / Person w/ Disability

National Guard

Supreme Court

Bus (BA & O prefix) (also see Omnibus)

Hearing Impaired

Official Use

Taxi

Bus (H prefix)

House Car / Motor Home

Omnibus (OB prefix)

Tractor

Circus Carnival Truck

Implement of Husbandry

Passenger

Tractor Dealer

Civil Defense

Judiciary

Permanent Trailer

Trailer

Combat Wounded Veteran (Purple Heart)

Legislative

Press Photographer

Trailer Dealer

Commercial Implement of Husbandry

Limousine

Repair / Service Towing

Transporter

Commercial Motorcycle

Lincoln University (Official)

Repossessor

Truck

Commonwealth Court

Liquid Fuels Permit

Salvage Yard

University of Pittsburgh (Official)

Consular (see Foreign Consul)

Mass Transit

School Bus

U.S. Congress

Dealer

Moped

School Vehicle

U.S. Senate

Dealer-Farm Equipment

Moped Dealer

Snowmobile Dealer

Validation Stickers

Dealer-Multi Purpose

Motorbike

Special Event

Watercraft Trailer/Dealer

Dept of Hwys

Motorboat

Special Mobile (Equipment)

 

Emergency Vehicle

Motorboat Dealer

Special Organization

 

Farm Truck

Motorcycle

State Representative

 

Truck plate lookup by year -> 

 

Truck Plates

This page is a new endeavor. When this website was started almost 15 years ago, I never planned to do anything but current plates. As that goal became reachable, the site was expanded to several groupings of older plates. And so it continued to grow until almost every type except older passenger and trucks were included. That said, I'm going to need much help and many photos.

Truck / Commercial, 1914 to present

Description / History

Image

Comments, what's needed?

1914, this was the first year for state issued truck plates.

Plates were white on black porcelain.  Serial number from 20000 to 39999 were reserved for trucks, and cars with solid rubber tires, but only some 6000 were issued.  Aluminum weight strip on left with 1 to 5 stars indicating the weight rating.  PENNA over the makers number on the aluminum keystone over 1914 on left side of plate.  Issued in pairs.  Plate size is 6" by 15".  Manufacturer was Brilliant Manufacturing Co., Phila., PA. 

3 star

from Bob Connison

 

 

1915

Plates were white on sky blue porcelain.  Serial number from 20000 to 29999 were reserved for trucks, and cars with solid rubber tires.  Aluminum weight strip on left with 1 to 5 stars indicating the weight rating.  PENNA over the aluminum keystone with the makers number inscribed on the keystone, over 1915 on left side of plate.  Issued in pairs.  Plate size is 6" by 15".  Manufacturer was Brilliant Manufacturing Co., Phila., PA. 

3 star?

from Kelly Brewer

 

 

Image added 2/26

 

 

1916

Plates were black on orange painted steel.  To the left side of the serial number PENNA embossed over embossed keystone. Maker's number was stamped into the keystone.  1916 embossed below keystone.  An aluminum keystone was only used if the plate was transferred to another vehicle.  On the far left were 1 to 5 stars arranged vertically indicating the weight rating.  Issued in pairs.  Manufacturer was Brilliant Manufacturing Co., Phila., PA. 

It appears that truck and solid rubber tire vehicles plates were generally in the 20000 to 29999 range, however, truck plates outside of this series are known.  Nominal measurements are considered 6" by 16", actual measurement is 6⅛" by 16⅛".

 

 

 

 

1 star

from Jeff Hinkle

 

 

Image added 2/26

 

 

 

 

3 star

from Bob Connison

 

 

Image added 3/5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1917

Plates were white on brown painted steel.  To the left side of the serial number PENNA or PA embossed over embossed keystone. Maker's number was stamped into the keystone.  1917 or 17 embossed below keystone.  PENNA & 1917 were used on lower number plates, while PA & 17 were used on higher plates.  An aluminum keystone was only used if the plate was transferred to another vehicle.  On the far left were 1 to 5 stars arranged vertically indicating the weight rating.  Issued in pairs.  Plates were made in state prison system.  All truck plates used a S prefix plus 1 to 5 digits.

Nominal measurements are considered 6" by 14" and 6" by 16", actual measurement of the larger plate is 6⅛" by 16⅛".

 

 

 

 

1 star

from Jeff Hinkle

 

 

Image added 3/5 

 

 

 

3 star

from Bob Connison

 

 

Image added 3/5 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1918

Plates were white on black painted steel.  To the left side of the serial number PA embossed over embossed keystone. Maker's number was stamped into the keystone.  18 embossed below keystone.  An aluminum keystone was only used if the plate was transferred to another vehicle.  On the far left were 1 to 5 stars arranged vertically indicating the weight rating.  Issued in pairs.  Plates were made in state prison system.  All truck plates used a C prefix plus 1 to 5 digits.  Plate measurements for C+1 or 2 digits are 6" x 10", C+3 digits are 6" x 13", and C+4 or 5 digits were 6" x 16".

 

 

 

 

2 star

from Jeff Hinkle

 

 

Image added 3/5  

3 star

from Bob Connison

 

 

Image added 3/12  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1919

Red on black, legend, all embossed, PA over keystone over 19 to the right of the serial number.  The keystone has the VIN number inscribed.  To the far right is a stack of 1 to 5 stars indicating the weight class of the vehicle.  All truck plates used a C prefix plus 1 to 5 digits.  C+1 or 2 digits were 6" x 10", C+3 digits were 6" x 13", and C+4 or 5 digits were 6" x 16".

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 Stars

from Jeff Hinkle

 

 

Image added 3/12  

 

3 Stars

from Jeff Hinkle


From Kelly Brewer


from Phil Tedeschi

 

 

Image added 3/12  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1920

White on dark blue, all embossed legend, plates up to 5 digits have COMMERCIAL on top, PENNA. 1920 along bottom and measure 7" high.  5 digit plates measure 7" by 13", plates  with fewer than 5 digits measure 7" by 12".  The 7" dimension is due to the plate legend on the top and bottom.  6-digit plates have COMMERCIAL, PENNA & 1920 along bottom and measure 6" by 16".  The connection between plate serial number and weight class may be related to the first digit in the serial number.  The serial number can have 1 to 3 digits in the first grouping, then a dash, then the second grouping which can have up to 3 digits.  Some 3-digit plate have been reported without a dash.

 

  

 

Class 2 or A

from Bob Connison

 

Image added 3/12

 

 

 

 

1921

Black on yellow, all embossed legend, PENNA COMMERCIAL 1921 along bottom.  All plates are believed to be 6"  by 16" regardless of the length of the serial number.  The connection between plate serial number and weight class may be related to the first digit in the serial number.  The serial number can have 1 to 3 digits in the first grouping, then a dash, then the second grouping which can have up to 3 digits.

Class 1 or AA

from Bob Connison

 

Image added 3/12  

  

 

1922

Brown on cream, legend, all embossed, PENNA COMMERCIAL 1922 along bottom.  All plates are believed to be 6"  by 16" regardless of the length of the serial number.  The connection between plate serial number and weight class may be related to the first digit in the serial number.  The serial number can have 1 to 3 digits in the first grouping, then a dash or a space, then the second grouping which can have up to 3 digits.

 

Class 1 or AA

from Bob Connison

 

 

Image added 3/12

 

Class 2 or A

from Kelly Brewer

 

 

Image added 2/26

 

 

1923

Yellow on dark blue, legend, all embossed, PENNA COMMERCIAL 1923 along bottom.  All plates are believed to be 6"  by 16" regardless of the length of the serial number.  The connection between plate serial number and weight class may be related to the first digit in the serial number.  The serial number can have 1 to 3 digits in the first grouping, then a dash or a space, then the second grouping which can have up to 3 digits.

Class 1 or AA

from Bob Connison


from Clayton Moore

 

 

Images

 

added

 

3/19

 

 

1924

Dark blue on yellow, legend, all embossed, PENNA 1924 along bottom, legend flanked by small keystones. New letter weight classification system from R thru Z, excluding X, normally in the prefix position; however, there were R suffix overflow plates.  These letter classes identified the vehicle as a truck.  Sizes were based on number of characters, 6" by 10" for 2 to 4 characters, 6" by 12" for 5 characters, and 6" by 15" for 6 characters.

Class V - mid-length

from Bob Connison

 

 

Image added 3/19

 

 

1925

Yellow on dark blue, legend, all embossed, 1925 PENNA along bottom, legend flanked by small keystones. Weight classification system from R thru Z, excluding X, normally in the prefix position; however, there were R suffix overflow plates.  These letter classes identified the vehicle as a truck.  Sizes were based on number of characters, 6" by 10" for 1 to 4 characters, 6" by 12" for 5 characters, and 6" by 15" for 6 characters.

Class R - mid-length

America on Wheels / Kyle Gross


Class R - long

from Bob Connison


Class R suffix - mid-length

from Bob Connison

 

 

Images

 

 

 

 

 

added

 

 

 

 

 

3/19

 

 

1926

Dark blue on yellow, legend, all embossed, 1926 and PENNA along bottom, legend flanked by small keystones. Letter weight classification system from R thru Z, excluding X, normally in the prefix position; however, there were R suffix overflow plates.  These letter classes identified the vehicle as a truck.  Sizes were based on number of characters, 6" by 12" for 2 to 4 characters, 6" by 13" for 5 characters, and 6" by 15" for 6 characters.

Class R - long

from Bob Connison

 

 

 

Image added 3/26

 

 

1927

Yellow on dark blue, legend, all embossed, 1927 and PENNA along top, legend flanked by small keystones.  Weight classification system from R thru Z, excluding X, normally in the prefix position; however, there were R suffix overflow plates.  These letter classes identified the vehicle as a truck.  Letter size in 1927 was smaller than numbers.  Sizes were based on number of characters, 6" by 10" for 1 to 4 characters, 6" by 13" for 5 characters, and 6" by 15" for 6 characters.

Class R - short

from Tim Gierschick


Class R - long

from Bob Connison

 

 

Images

 

 

added

 

 

3/26

 

 

1928

Dark blue over yellow, legend PENNA then 1928 flanked by small keystones.  First letter designates weight class.  Numerical portion can be 1 to 5 digits.  2, 3 & 4 character plates measure 6" x 10", 5 character plates measure 6" x 13", 6 character plates measure 6" x 15".

Class R - R-1 to R99-999, some plates identified with R suffix

Class S - S-1 to S53-000

Class T - T-1 to T21-000

Class U - U-1 to U6500

Class V - V-1 to V9200

Class W - W-1 to W5-000

Class Y - Y-1 to Y5-000

Class Z - Z-1 to Z2-000

Class R - long

from Bob Connison


Class S - short

from Jeff Hinkle

 

 

Image added 2/26

  

 

1929

Yellow on dark blue, legend, all embossed, 1929 and PENNA along top, legend flanked by small keystones.  Weight classification system from R thru ZZ, excluding X.  These letter classes identified the vehicle as a truck.  Plate sizes need to be resolved.

Class R

Class S

Class T

Class U

Class V

Class W

Class Y

Class Z

Class ZZ

 

 

 

1930

Dark blue over yellow, legend 1930 then PENNA along bottom flanked by small keystones.  Final 2 letters designate weight class.  Numerical portion can be 2 or 3 digits.  4 character plates measure 6" x 10", 5 character plates measure 6" x 12".

*Class R - 01AA to 999FZ

Class S - 01GA to 999KZ

Class T - 01LA to 999MZ

Class U - 01NA to 999NZ

Class V - 01PA to 999PZ

Class W - 01RA to 999RZ

Class Y - 01SA to 999SZ

Class Z - 01UA to 999UZ

Class ZZ - 01VA to 999VZ

*Much of the class data above came from a 1930 Bulletin Almanac.

Class R

from John Willard


from John Willard


 

 

Class S

from John Willard

 

 

1931

Yellow on dark blue, legend, all embossed, PENNA and 1931 along bottom, legend flanked by small keystones.  Weight classification system from R thru ZZ, excluding X.  These letter classes identified the vehicle as a truck.  Plate sizes need to be resolved.

Class R - R0A00, R00A0, R000A, 0R0A0

Class S - S0A00, S00A0, S000A, 0S0A0

Class T - T0A00, T00A0,

Class U - U0A00

Class V - V0A00

Class W - W0A00

Class Y - Y0A00

Class Z - Z0A00

Three axle classes had RZ to ZZ classes, plate formatting uncertain.

 

 

 

 

1932

Dark blue over yellow, legend PENNA then 1932 then across top flanked by small keystones.  First 1 or 2 letters designate weight class.  Numerical portion can be 5 or 4 digits for a total of 6 characters.  Plate measures 6" x 15".

Classes R, S, T, U, V, W, Y, Z, RZ, SZ, TZ, UZ, VZ, WZ, YX, ZZ.

Class T

from John Willard

 

 

 

1933

 

 

 

 

1934

 

 

 

 

1935

 

 

 

 

1936

 

 

 

 

1937

 

 

 

 

1938

 

 

 

 

1939

 

 

 

 

1940

 

 

 

 

1941

Yellow on dark blue, map outline, legend 41 then TRUCK flanked by keystones then PA.  Expiration 3-31 of following year in top border.  All plates are 5 characters, first 1 or 2 letters designate weight class, remaining 3 or 4 characters will include an additional letter, sometimes 2 letters.  Plate measures 6" x 12", and are issued in pairs.  Weight classes R, S, T, U, V, W, Y, Z, RZ, SZ, TZ, UZ, VZ, WZ, YX, ZZ.

Class Z

from John Willard

 

 

1942

 

 

 

 

1943

 

 

 

 

1944

 

 

 

 

1945

Dark blue on yellow, map outline, top legend 45 then TRUCK flanked by keystones then PA.  Expiration 3-31 of following year in top border.  All plates are 5 characters, first 1 or 2 letters designate weight class, remaining 3 or 4 characters will include an additional letter, sometimes 2 letters.  Plate measures 6" x 11".  Plates are issued as singles.  Weight classes R, S, T, U, V, W, Y, Z, TZ, UZ, VZ, WZ, YZ, ZZ.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class R

from Bob Connison

 

Class S

from Bob Connison

 

Class T

from Bob Connison

 

Class Y

from Bob Connison

 

 

1946

 

 

 

 

1947

 

 

 

 

1948

Yellow on dark blue, map outline, top legend 48 then TRUCK flanked by keystones then PA.  Expiration 3-31 of following year in top border.  All plates are 5 characters, first 1 or 2 letters designate weight class, remaining 3 or 4 characters will include an additional letter, sometimes 2 letters.  Plate measures 6" x 11", and are issued in pairs.  Weight classes R, S, T, U, V, W, Y, Z, RZ, SZ, TZ, UZ, VZ, WZ, YX, ZZ.

 

Class S

 

 

 

 

Class Z

from John Willard

 

 

1949

Dark blue on yellow, map outline, legend 49 then TRUCK flanked by keystones then PA.  Expiration 3-31 of following year in top border.  All plates are 5 characters, first 1 or 2 letters designate weight class, remaining 3 or 4 characters will include an additional letter, sometimes 2 letters.  Plate measures 6" x 11".  Plates are issued in pairs.  Weight classes R, S, T, U, V, W, Y, Z, RZ, SZ, TZ, UZ, VZ, WZ, YX, ZZ.

 

 

 

1950

Yellow on dark blue, map outline, legend 50 then TRUCK flanked by keystones then PA.  Expiration 3-31 of following year in top border.  All plates are 5 characters, first 1 or 2 letters designate weight class, remaining 3 or 4 characters will include an additional letter, sometimes 2 letters.  Plate measures 6" x 11", and are issued in pairs.  Weight classes R, S, T, U, V, W, Y, Z, RZ, SZ, TZ, UZ, VZ, WZ, YX, ZZ.

Class Z

from John Willard

 

 

1951

Dark blue on yellow, map outline, legend 51 then TRUCK flanked by keystones then PA.  Expiration 3-31 of following year in top border.  All plates are 5 characters, first 1 or 2 letters designate weight class, remaining 3 or 4 characters will include an additional letter, sometimes 2 letters.  Plate measures 6" x 11".  Plates are issued in pairs.  Weight classes R, S, T, U, V, W, Y, Z, RZ, SZ, TZ, UZ, VZ, WZ, YX, ZZ.

 

 

 

1952

Yellow on dark blue, map outline, legend 52 then TRUCK flanked by keystones then PA.  Expiration 3-31 of following year in top border, although the test/sample plate has a 5-31.  All plates are 5 characters, first 1 or 2 letters designate weight class, remaining 3 or 4 characters will include an additional letter, sometimes 2 letters.  Plate measures 6" x 11", although the Class R test/sample plate shown here measures 6" x 10".  Plates are issued as singles.  Weight classes R, S, T, U, V, W, Y, Z, RZ, SZ, TZ, UZ, VZ, WZ, YX, ZZ.

Class R test / sample

from John Willard


Class Z

from John Willard

 

 

1953

Dark blue on yellow, map outline, legend 53 then TRUCK flanked by keystones then PA.  Expiration 5-31 of following year in top border.  All plates are 5 characters, first 1 or 2 letters designate weight class, remaining 3 or 4 characters will include an additional letter, sometimes 2 letters.  Plate measures 6" x 10".  Plates are issued as singles.  Weight classes R, S, T, U, V, W, Y, Z, RZ, SZ, TZ, UZ, VZ, WZ, YX, ZZ.

Class Z

from John Willard

 

 

1954

Yellow on dark blue, map outline, legend 54 then TRUCK flanked by keystones then PA.  Expiration 5-31 of following year in top border.  All plates are 5 characters, first 1 or 2 letters designate weight class, remaining 3 or 4 characters will include an additional letter, sometimes 2 letters.  Plate measures 6" x 10".  Plates are issued as singles.  Weight classes R, S, T, U, V, W, Y, Z, RZ, SZ, TZ, UZ, VZ, WZ, YX, ZZ.

Class Z

from John Willard

 

 

1955

Dark blue on yellow, map outline, legend 55 then TRUCK flanked by keystones then PA.  Expiration 5-31 of following year in top border.  All plates are 5 characters, first 1 or 2 letters designate weight class, remaining 3 or 4 characters will include an additional letter, sometimes 2 letters.  Plate measures 6" x 10".  Plates are issued as singles.  Weight classes R, S, T, U, V, W, Y, Z, RZ, SZ, TZ, UZ, VZ, WZ, YX, ZZ.

Class Z

from John Willard

 

 

1956

Yellow on dark blue, map outline, legend 56 then TRUCK flanked by keystones then PA.  Expiration 5-31 of following year in top border.  All plates are 5 characters, first 1 or 2 letters designate weight class, remaining 3 or 4 characters will include an additional letter, sometimes 2 letters.  Plate are now standardized at 6" x 12".  Some plates use the narrower '57 dies, and a base with a narrower map outline.  Plates are issued as singles.  Weight classes R, S, T, U, V, W, Y, Z, RZ, SZ, TZ, UZ, VZ, WZ, YX, ZZ.

Class Z

from John Willard

 

 

1957

Dark blue on yellow, map outline, legend 57 then TRUCK flanked by keystones then PA.  Expiration 5-31 of following year in top border.  All plates are 6 characters, first 1 or 2 letters designate weight class, remaining characters will include an additional letter.  Plate measures 6" x 12".  Plates are issued as singles.  Weight classes R, S, T, U, V, W, Y, Z, UZ, VZ, WZ, YX, ZZ, WT, YT, ZT, YX, ZX, two letter prefixes not confirmed.

Class Z

from John Willard

 

 

 

1958 - 1963, multi-year

Yellow on dark blue, map outline, legend PA then TRUCK then 58, first use of a small keystone separator which is located between the 3rd and 4th digit.  Early plates had a tab slot to the left of 58 for a renewal tab which was never used.  Annual validation sticker was issued for the upper left corner in place of the tabs.  Plates measure 6" x 12".  Weight classes R, S, T, U, V, W, Y, Z, UZ, VZ, WZ, YX, ZZ, WT, YT, ZT, YX, ZX.  The WT, YT, ZT classes are for 3-axle truck tractors.  The progression within weight classes R00-00A, R00-0A0, R00-A00.

Class R with slot

from Chuck Sakryd


Class R without slot

from Chuck Sakryd

 

Class S  without slot

from Chuck Sakryd

 

Class ZX  without slot

from John Willard

 

Class ZZ  without slot

from John Willard

 

 

1964 - 1967, multi-year

Yellow on dark blue, map outline, legend PA then TRUCK then 64, small keystone separator between the 3rd and 4th digit.  Annual validation sticker was issued for the upper left corner.  Plates measure 6" x 12".  Weight classes R, S, T, U, V, W, Y, Z, UZ, VZ, WZ, YX, ZZ, WT, YT, ZT, YX, ZX.  The WT, YT, ZT classes are for 3-axle truck tractors.  The progression within weight classes R00-00A, R00-0A0, R00-A00.

Class R - 1st progression

from Chuck Sakryd


Class R - 2nd progression

from Jeff Lawson


Class R - 3rd progression

from Chuck Sakryd

 

Class S

from Chuck Sakryd

 

Class T

from Chuck Sakryd

 

Class V

from Chuck Sakryd

 

 

1968 - 1971, multi-year

Dark blue on yellow, revised map outline, top legend COMMERCIAL, bottom PENNSYLVANIA, embossed outline for sticker well lower left.  Early plates had 68 etched into the sticker with no sticker used in 68.  A new plate serial coding system was introduced using CA-10000 as the starting point with C as a non-advancing character and the second letter always advancing last after the numbers.  The weight (& axle) classes are no longer associated with the registration number.

from Chuck Sakryd

 

Error plate

from Clayton Moore

 

Test plate

 

 

 

1972 - 1977, multi-year

Yellow on dark blue, the map outline has been replaced by a narrow embossed border, top legend COMMERCIAL, bottom legend PENNSYLVANIA, sticker wells upper left and right corners.  Serial coding again using CA-10000 as the starting point with C as a non-advancing character and the second letter always advancing last after the numbers. 

 

 

 

 

1978 - 1984, multi-year, renewable to 2000

Dark blue on yellow, top legend PENNSYLVANIA, bottom TRUCK, sticker wells upper left and right corners.  Serial coding again using CA-10000 as the starting point with C as a non-advancing character and the second letter always advancing last after the numbers.  After reaching CZ-99999, the series went to 10000-CA and progressed into the CC series.

 

 

 

1984 - 2000, multi-year, renewable to 2002

Yellow on dark blue, top legend TRUCK, bottom PENNSYLVANIA, sticker well in lower left corner.  Serial coding starting CD-10000 and ran into the CJ series where it was stopped and a new series starting at YA-00000.  As best as I can remember, PennDOT claimed there was a computer issue with too many registrations starting with C.

 

 

 

 

1999 - 2004, multi-year, renewable to present

Dark blue on white with fading bands of blue on top and yellow on bottom, YAA-0000 to YRR-9810 or above, PENNSYLVANIA screened across top and TRUCK embossed along bottom.

 

 

 

 

2005 - 2017, multi-year, renewable to present

Dark blue on white with solid bands of blue on top and yellow on bottom, YSA-0000 to YZZ-9999, then ZBA-0000 to current high, PENNSYLVANIA screened across top and visitPA.com screened across bottom; image at right is first of this base issued. 

 

 

 

2017, pending

By the middle of 2017, once the supply of the current plate stock runs out, PennDOT says they will begin issuing these. They look similar in design to the current plate but the sticker well where validation stickers were placed has been removed and the outline of a Pennsylvania map has been put it its place. 

 

 

 

 

 

Page Up  |  Home

 

Images and photos are always welcome.  Please send to:

John McDevitt, Walnutport, PA

ALPCA #4376