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Yukon License Plates

Our thanks to Richard Zral, and Mark Bowers of the Yukon DMV for all of the updated information!

Stickers

11 - white on blue

12 - white on green

13 - white on purple

14 - white on red

15 - white on blue

Standard Passenger Plates

Passenger

HVT74The Klondike
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AAA08 reported as a low. Andrew Osborne reports that Yukon plates now have Alberta HiSigns dies.

Current base started as AAA01 in 1990. The "A" series has run out at AZZ99 in 2003 with a Nov 04 sticker. Shifted to BAA01 early on, likely 1992. "E" series began about 2000. HAA followed EZZ.

Brent Kirchner advises that newer Yukon plates have thicker dies.

From Andrew Osborne: New Waldale dies began in 2014. In use by HHF series.

David Brown - 2 Jul ’18

Non-passenger Plates

Antique Vehicle

Z1975The Klondike
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Plates are personalized. "The Klondike" on top. Has "gold panner" if 5 or fewer numbers or letters are used.

Richard Zral - 15 Dec ’09

Dealer

DLR830Dealer
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Started as DLR001. Says "Dealer" on top. No "gold panner."

E. Morgan - 12 Aug ’10

Emergency Measures Organization

EMO##
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This plate has not been issued to any vehicles as of Dec 2009.

Richard Zral - 15 Dec ’09

Farm Vehicle

F0550Farm Vehicle
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Started as F0001. Says "Farm Vehicle" on top. Used on all farm vehicles. No "gold panner."

Richard Zral - 15 Dec ’09

Federal Government

FGK67The Klondike
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Used on all Federal Goverment vehicles. Says "The Klondike" on top. Series started at FAA01. Has "gold panner."

Andrew Osborne - 17 Jun ’11

Heavy Commercial (1990 Series)

CHG97Commercial
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Started at CAA01 and is for heavy trucks (over 4,500 kg. or 10,000 lbs.) and is almost identical to passenger plates except for having "commercial" at the top, instead of "The Klondike." Some have lower case letters for word "commercial", some capitals. Has "gold panner."

- 19 Aug ’07

Heavy Commercial (2009 series)

CF294Commercial
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In 2009 series started at CA001. The former series, with 3 letters and 2 numbers, ran out.

Jim Sadler - 30 Jul ’13

Light Commercial

CZJ08The Klondike
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Started at CLA01 and is for commercial light trucks (under 4,500 kg.) and commercial or business owned cars. Has "gold panner." Says "The Klondike" on top.

Andrew Osborne - 17 Jun ’11

Motorcycle

M 59128Motorcycle
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Small plate, says "motorcycle." Dies have changed and "Motorcycle" now has a capital "M"

Andrew Osborne - 17 Jun ’11

Motorcycle Dealer

D 101Dealer
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Small plate. Says "dealer."

Richard Zral - 15 Dec ’09

Municipal

DAF41The Klondike
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Started at DAA01. All towns and villages use this series. All vehicles, including fire, bus, heavy and light vehicles. Has "gold panner."

Andrew Osborne - 17 Jun ’11

Other Government

G4# ###Government
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Note: Yukon does not use the letters D, I, Q, U, or Y, except in the first position on YTG, DLR, and bus plates, but they did issue the BBU series for some reason.

Spacing changed between G47 519 and G48023.

- 24 Feb ’05

Public Carrier

02903
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PUBLIC CARRIER small (mc size) white-on-green supplemental plate. "Yukon" in italic upper- and lower-case letters above legend in upper case block letters above number in small dies.

David R. Wilson - 27 Sep ’08

RCMP

MPD22The Klondike
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Started at MPA01. MP is for Mounted Police.

Has "gold panner". Says "the Klondike."

Richard Zral - 15 Dec ’09

Rental Vehicle

RGN49Rental
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Rentals started at RAA01. Has "gold panner."

Have "Rental" on top of some. Others "Klondike."

Michael Smith - 16 Jun ’18

Trailer

T 88911Trailer
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Small plate, says "trailer."

Andrew Osborne - 18 Sep ’11

Yukon Terr Govt (1990 onward)

G48028Government
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The letter "G" indicates a Yukon Government vehicle. Used on all sorts of vehicles, including light trucks, cars, SUVs. The first two numbers, ie "47" denote vehicle type. The 47s are SUVs. The entire 5 digits are the numbers assigned to the particular vehicle for fleet identification. Says "government" on top. Some of this series had a space between the first two numbers and the last three. No particular reason. No "gold panner."

These plates are grouped by vehicle type so brand new ones from G40 and G46 are also being issued.

Andrew Osborne - 17 Jun ’11

Yukon Terr Govt (1990-2008)

YTG 999Government
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Started at YTG 001. Used only on vehicles within the Dept of Highways and Public Works.

No "gold panner". Series ran out of numbers.

Richard Zral - 15 Dec ’09

Yukon Terr Govt (2008 onward)

Y1195Government
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Used only on vehicles within the Dept of Highways and Public Works after previous series ran out. No "gold panner."

Matthieu Lavoie - 3 Jan ’15

Specialty Plates

Veteran

1258The Klondike
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Started at 1001. Has poppy on right side of number. Has "The Klondike" on top. Has "gold panner."

Adriaan Bergink - 16 Jun ’15