Shown here are the highest license plate numbers observed from most states and provinces Red outlines indicate updates needed.. “The High Road” is featured in each issue of PLATES Magazine. Send your sightings, or other license plate news, to email@example.com.
Delaware, Indiana and Rhode Island issue numbers randomly or recycle old numbers continually, resulting in non-sequential issuance; therefore, no progressive “high.”
Alabama, Hawaii, Idaho, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming issue plates by a county code system, so the most populous county's high is shown.
Massachusetts, Missouri and West Virginia issue plates by a month code system, so the latest month of the year issued is shown, usually December.
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