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Tennessee

JOINT FARM/LIMITED PRIVATE TRUCK

The plate number format has varied over the life of this series which began in 1966, but always using the "J" code.  At times, the word "JOINT" appeared at the top or bottom of the plate design.  From 1977 through the 1985 base, the county code number appeared as a prefix followed by various plate number formats that started with a "J" ("F" in 1979).  Starting with the 1989 multiyear base, the "J" and weight code appeared either at the bottom of the plate or stacked before or after the all-numeric plate number. 

1977 (blue/reflective white) Roane County m $3.00 "18J58-O" (13806)
1977 (blue/reflective white) Roane County m $3.00 "18J61-O" (13808)
1977 (blue/reflective white) Roane County m $3.00 "18J25-P" (13810)

 

The vehicle weight codes for the 1982 green/white base are as follows:

"JM" - "JO" = up to 16,000 lbs.
"JP" - "JQ" = 16,001 to 20,000 lbs.
"JR" & "JZ" = 20,000 to 26,000 lbs.
"JS" = 26,001 to 32,000 lbs.
"JT" = 32,001 to 38,000 lbs.
"JU" = 38,001 to 44,000 lbs.
"JV" = 44,001 to 56,000 lbs.
"JW" = 56,001 to 66,000 lbs.
"JX" = 66,001 to 74,000 lbs.
"JY" = 74,001 to 80,000 lbs.

1994 "bicenTENNial" base:  This design began in 1994 (screened "95" expiration in stickerwell) and celebrates the 200th anniversary of statehood in 1996.  At the bottom is the maximum weight of the vehicle (empty) and the lower stickerwells are for county and local tax stickers, if any.

The vehicle weight codes for the 1994 "bicenTENNial" base are as follows (any help clarifying the weight code numbers after "H/1" would be appreciated):

"J/1" = up to 9,000 lbs.
"J/2" = 9,001 to 16,000 lbs.
"J/3" = 16,001 to 20,000 lbs.
"J/4" = 20,000 to 26,000 lbs.
"J/5" = 26,001 to 32,000 lbs.
"J/6" = 32,001 to 38,000 lbs.
"J/7" = 38,001 to 44,000 lbs.
"J/8" = 44,001 to 56,000 lbs.
"J/9" = 56,001 to 66,000 lbs.
"J/10" = 66,001 to 74,000 lbs.
"J?" = 74,001 to 80,000 lbs.

 

2000 "Sounds good to me" base:  This design began in 2000 (screened "2001" expiration in stickerwell) and features a new slogan.  At the bottom is the maximum weight of the vehicle (empty) and the lower stickerwells are for county and local tax stickers, if any.

The vehicle weight codes for the 2000 "Sounds good to me" base are as follows (any help clarifying the weight code numbers after "H/1" would be appreciated):

"J/1" = up to 9,000 lbs.
"J/2" = 9,001 to 16,000 lbs.
"J/3" = 16,001 to 20,000 lbs.
"J/4" = 20,000 to 26,000 lbs.
"J/5" = 26,001 to 32,000 lbs.
"J/6" = 32,001 to 38,000 lbs.
"J/7" = 38,001 to 44,000 lbs.
"J/8" = 44,001 to 56,000 lbs.
"J/9" = 56,001 to 66,000 lbs.
"J/10" = 66,001 to 74,000 lbs.
"J?" = 74,001 to 80,000 lbs.

 

 

 

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