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U.S. Government License Plate - G=Interagency Motorpool System - 43=1 Ton Truck - Each Department uses a different Letter - G License Plates always have a number after the G indicating the type and weight of the Vehicle.

ГРЗ Правительства США. G говорит о принадлежности к Межведомственному транспортному управлению. Каждый отдел (управление) использует свою букву. Номерные знаки всегда имеют ряд цифр после G, обозначающий тип и вес автомобиля. 43 обозначает тип ТС. Здесь это 1-тонный грузовик.

GSA Logo in Blue Box on Bottom Left stands for General Services Administration

GSA Логотип в Blue Box находится внизу слева означает Администрации общих служб

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Hello mate! Do you know if some department of the Interagency Motorpool System uses the letter "E" after the numbers?

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Hello mate! Do you know if some department of the Interagency Motorpool System uses the letter "E" after the numbers?

Hi Jore ! Yes !!!

E is used by the Department of Energy and the Atomic Energy Commission

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Then, I assume that this "E" at the end is for España (Spain) or Europe, maybe. They're re-issued in the Spanish format, I don't know why, maybe for security reasons. I don't think that all of those cars belong to the Department of Energy or the Atomic Energy Commission.

I'll show you two examples. I've seen more of them around Rota (Spanish-US naval base) and the province of Seville (because of Morón Spanish-US air base):

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That's crazy !! I've never heard of that !!! I will have to read up on that !! :good: Where did you post these in Spain ?? :D I see the G43 !!

Then, I assume that this "E" at the end is for España (Spain) or Europe, maybe. They're re-issued in the Spanish format, I don't know why, maybe for security reasons. I don't think that all of those cars belong to the Department of Energy or the Atomic Energy Commission.

I'll show you two examples. I've seen more of them around Rota (Spanish-US naval base) and the province of Seville (because of Morón Spanish-US air base):

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MasterToledo, how often do you see these plates in your area? Have you spotted many of them?

I see these fairly often... On a typical day, its not unusual that I won't see any while I'm out and about. Sometimes by chance I may see some drive down the roads. Especially seen in certain locations with U.S. Government offices: Border Patrol Stations, U.S. Military Recruitment Offices, Military Installations, and such... I can say with confidence that I have seen a great number of these since they went Flat. When I was younger, like a kid, I remember seeing the embossed varieties !! They used the Washington, D.C. Font and were also Navy Blue on White !

I don't see these everyday... And sometimes not for several days or weeks, but I do see them often enough to be familiar enough with them. I know many users on these forums are quite interested and surprised to see such a rare find !! But to me, its not rare, just special. I'd be more Surprised to see, say, Baja California Sur rather than this plate !! Hope I've put everything into perspective for you !! :)

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G63 3161M in Berlin

G = General Services Administration; 63 = light truck, 4x4, 6,000 to 8,499 GVWR [1 ton]

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D000799 in Berlin

D = Department of Defense

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