1987 white base:  The following design was introduced in 1987 (1988 sticker) and ran through 1992 (1993 sticker).  While the passenger plate number format began with "AAA 000" and counties that exhausted their supply went to a "1AAA000" plate number format, I am only familiar with the "9AAA000" format for this class.  I am guessing that non-passenger non-county coded classes had "9" prefixes.  The plate had "HOUSE TLR" embossed at the bottom of the plate instead of the county name.



1993 fading blue base:  The following "fading blue" design was introduced in 1993 (1994 sticker) and ran through 1996 (1997 sticker).  The plate number format used was "00000H", but I am not sure that only "H" was used as a suffix for this class.  Two types of this class have been personally seen by me, both with a slanted stacked "TLR" embossed at the left of the plate.  One type has "HOUSE" embossed at the bottom and the other has "HOUSE TLR" embossed at the bottom of the plate.  This base was originally produced using steel, but later went to an aluminum composition.




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