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Old 02-03-2013, 06:38 PM   #11
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Thanks for the pointers, eng61043. Based on your lead, I found this site.

http://www.kln.gov.my/web/guest/abro...guest%2Fabroad
SkyC4 & Bro Ken, I knew becos I have seen so many of them on the road of Malaysia, esp in KL
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Old 04-03-2013, 04:55 PM   #12
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not sure also. but does any one know of any car plate which is illegal in MY and not legal in SG?
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Old 19-09-2013, 12:43 PM   #13
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Malaysia cares starts with J usually right?
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Old 27-09-2013, 12:12 AM   #14
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Hello Leonard
Not sure to understood correctly your question (due to my bad english) BUT...
In Malaysia all current registartion are in white on black, three letters, and up to four numbers
The first letter denote the state, J = Johore
Taxis bear opposite colors, and diplomatic are in white on red in the sequence nn-nn-DC (Or CC or UN) the first sequence denote the embassy
In the case of the picture 39-12-CC
39 = Singapore (what a surprise !)
12 = the 12th vehicule
CC = Consular Corps
A consul don't have all rights, powers and duties than an Embassador. sometimes he (or she) is NOT a "diplomat" (is not a full time job) but he (or she) is named because have a preeminent social position in a city
Embassies were only in the capital of a country, elsewhere only consulate (= run by a consul) and, I'm not sure about, but I thinkl a consul have not the same level of "impunity" than an Ambassador
Hope I can help you, and if you have a question about plates, don't hesitate to contact me
YL
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Old 27-09-2013, 11:57 PM   #15
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Hello Leonard
Not sure to understood correctly your question (due to my bad english) BUT...
In Malaysia all current registartion are in white on black, three letters, and up to four numbers
The first letter denote the state, J = Johore
Taxis bear opposite colors, and diplomatic are in white on red in the sequence nn-nn-DC (Or CC or UN) the first sequence denote the embassy
In the case of the picture 39-12-CC
39 = Singapore (what a surprise !)
12 = the 12th vehicule
CC = Consular Corps
A consul don't have all rights, powers and duties than an Embassador. sometimes he (or she) is NOT a "diplomat" (is not a full time job) but he (or she) is named because have a preeminent social position in a city
Embassies were only in the capital of a country, elsewhere only consulate (= run by a consul) and, I'm not sure about, but I thinkl a consul have not the same level of "impunity" than an Ambassador
Hope I can help you, and if you have a question about plates, don't hesitate to contact me
YL
Hello Yves, I'm very humbled to learn from you about registration plates all the way from France! I also read about your collections of Citroens and how your whole family drives Citroens. Happy birthday!
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