Demo: One of two types of dealer plates, this type is used by dealers for demonstration purposes only at the dealership, such as test driving by prospective buyers. The other type, full use, is for their full use of the vehicle, including personal driving and may be found by clicking on the "Wyoming - full use" link. I am appreciative to Mark Pitts for providing me the legal code section explaining the demo, full use, and manufacturer plates found below.
2000 Devil's Tower base: This design began in 2000 and completely replaced the previous design for everyone. The design features the Devil's Tower, a natural rock formation. To the left of the bucking bronco is the county code number (see Wyoming county codes) with two-digit county numbers stacked. The plate number to the right uses a "00XA" format, the second letter progressing when the number hits "99". There are three types for this base as follows:
(black/reflective multicolored) Natrona County m $5.00 "1 41XL" (14356)
(black/reflective multicolored) Sweetwater County m $5.00 "4 10XK"
(black/reflective multicolored) Fremont County m $5.00 "10 27XE" (14367)
(black/reflective multicolored) Washakie County m $5.00 "20 77XA"
Section 8.Demo, Full Use, and Manufacturer License Plates.
(g) The dealer shall return any additional authorized demo license plates upon completing the special event for which the plates are requested. The department shall not refund the license fee.
(h) The department may require any additional information it deems necessary from a dealer for any request under this section.
(i) A licensed dealer who sells fewer than 12 vehicles per year is entitled to purchase 1 one demo plate and no full use plates.
(j) A licensed dealer who sells 12 or more vehicles per year and is allowed demo plates by W.S. 31-16-125(b) shall be authorized to purchase a number of full use plates not to exceed 50 percent of the allotted demo plate number.
(k) Lost or stolen demo, full use, and manufacturer license plates shall be reported to the respective county sheriff, county treasurer, and the department immediately.
This page was last updated 09/02/13