Cars and motor vehicles in Aethelnia must have a set of license plates, i.e. vehicle registration plates, which is a metal or plastic plate attached to a motor vehicle or trailer for official identification purposes.
The registration identifier is a numeric or alphanumeric code that uniquely identifies the vehicle within the issuing region's database. In some countries, the identifier is unique within the entire country. In others, it is unique within each state or province. There is also variation on whether the identifier is associated with a vehicle or a person. Depending on the country or region of issue, it may also be referred to as a license plate, number plate, vehicle tag, license tag, or simply tag.
Private vehicles Edit
In Aethelnia, license plates (in general) exist of a unique combination of randomly-generated 3 letters + 3 digits + 1 letter code. The code doesn't denote location, like region, canton or municipality. A small coat of arms of the canton where the vehicle is registered appears in the center of the license plate.
Royal house Edit
Motor vehicles used by royals in an offical capacity carry no license plates. The unique personalized, royal standards serve as a means to identify the 'owner'. Motor vehicles used privately by royals use incognito (i.e. fake) number plates for security reasons. These plates are routinely replaced.
Commercial vehicles Edit
License plates used by commercial vehicles also exist of a combination of random 3 letters + 3 digits + 1 letter code.
Corps Diplomatique Edit
License plates belonging to motor vehicles of foreign embassies start with a "CD" 2 letters code + 5 digits code.
Emergency services Edit
Civil service vehicles Edit
Military vehicles Edit