New Jersey



1993 reflective "AAA0000" base:  This base was the first reflective base for New Jersey, the last state in the country to issue reflective plates.  To begin this base, the state used a "AAA0000" plate number format, but it was not used for very long.



1994 reflective "AA 000A" base:  The previous plate number format was not well received due to its difficulty in readability, so the state changed to this format beginning at the "BA" block.



1999 reflective "AAA 00A" base:  This base continued the reflective base that began in 1993 and resumed the plate number format left off with the blue/yellow base.  The plate numbers began at "JAA 10A".  Issued at first without expiration stickers (validated with windshield stickers), stickers began with November 2000 expirations.  The state discontinued the use of plate stickers, the last expiration year being "05", reverting back to windshield stickers.




2007 reflective "AAA 00A" base, removed sticker squares:  Since the state discontinued issuing renewal stickers, reverting back to the old system of issuing windshield decals, there was no need to indicate on the plate where renewal stickers should go, hence the removal of the squares.




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