Bus:  This class is used for buses, the "B" prefix indicating the plate type.  Following the "B" prefix is the weight limitation of the vehicle in thousands of pounds.

1993 fading blue base:  The following "fading blue" design was introduced in 1993 (1994 sticker) and ran through 1996 (1997 sticker).  Bus plates were not county coded.  This base was originally produced using steel, but later went to an aluminum composition.

ns (blue/reflective multicolored) steel m $2.00 "4BE 433" (13434)


1997 large magnolia flower base:  The following "large magnolia flower" design was introduced in 1997 ("98" expiration sticker) and ran through 2002 ("03" expiration sticker).  The plate number format was "2BA 000", but with no county name embossed at the bottom.  Instead of the county name, "B-10" is the only notation (embossed) I've seen.

1999 (green/reflective yellow & green) vg $3.00 "2BD 210" (11368)





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