Recreational trailer: This class is for travel trailers and is indicated by the "R" suffix and a "H TRLR" renewal sticker.  The number/letter combination at the left is the county code (see Idaho county codes page).


1991 red/white/blue base:  This design was born from the popular centennial design and originally had a small stacked (or single letter) county code.  Approximately 1998, the state changed to a full sized county code for clarity.  The standard county coding at the left is explained on the Idaho county codes page.  In the beginning, the county code was followed by an all numeric plate number up to six digits.  The four digit format was "0000", five digits in either a "00 000" (stacked code) or a "00000" (large code) format, and the six digit in a "000 000" format.  When the six digit all numeric format was exhausted, that county went to a "A0000" format following the county code, then a "AA000" format.  In all cases above, an "R" suffix indicates the plate as a recreational vehicle plate and the "H TRLR" renewal sticker indicates the vehicle as a recreational trailer.

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