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Wyoming

PASSENGER

 

"75" bicentennial passenger:  This design began in 1975 and celebrated the nation's bicentennial.  It was also the state's first multiyear design, with 1976 and 1977 renewed with stickers, and the state's first graphic design.  The number 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 began with a "0000" format, but when that format was exhausted went to a "A000" format.  Both formats used no leading zeros.

 

 

 

"78" passenger:  This design began in 1978 and completely replaced the previous design for everyone.  Each subsequent year through 1982 was renewed with stickers.  The number 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 began with a "0000" format, but when that format was exhausted went to a "000 A/A" format.  Both formats used no leading zeros.

 

 

 

"83" passenger:  This design began in 1983 and completely replaced the previous design for everyone.  Each subsequent year through 1987 was renewed with stickers.  The number 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 began with a "0000" format, but when that format was exhausted went to a "000 A/A" format.  Both formats used no leading zeros.

 

 

 

"88" base:  This design began in 1988 and completely replaced the previous design for everyone.  The design celebrates the state's centennial of statehood (1890-1990).    Each subsequent year through 1992 expirations was renewed with stickers.  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 began with a "0000" format, but when that format was exhausted went to a "000 A/A" format.  Both formats used no leading zeros.

 

 

 

1993 scenic base:  This design began in 1993 ("94" expiration stickers) and completely replaced the previous centennial design for everyone.  The state also began staggered registrations with design, with each registration getting a separate sticker for the month of expiration.  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 began with a "0000" format, but when that format was exhausted went to a "000 A/A" format.  Both formats used no leading zeros.

1994 (blue/reflective multicolored) Laramie County natural vg $6.00 "2 642AT" (10315)

1995 (blue/reflective multicolored) Albany County natural vg $6.00 "3 602AJ" (10336)

1995 (blue/reflective multicolored) Carbon County vg $6.00 "6 697" (10345)

1995 (blue/reflective multicolored) Teton County natural vg $6.00 "22 994AD" (10402)

1996 (blue/reflective multicolored) Fremont County natural vg $6.00 "10 854AV" (11139)

1996 (blue/reflective multicolored) Fremont County dented $3.00 "10 854AV" (11140)

1997 (blue/reflective multicolored) Natrona County natural vg $6.00 "1 372BZ" (10411)

1998 (blue/reflective multicolored) Sweetwater County natural vg $6.00 "4 673BJ" (12985)

1998 (blue/reflective multicolored) Sweetwater County natural vg $6.00 "4 673BJ" (12986)

2001 (blue/reflective multicolored) Albany County vg $6.00 "5 325AE" (13197)

2001 (blue/reflective multicolored) Albany County vg $6.00 "5 325AE" (13198)

2001 (blue/reflective multicolored) Carbon County natural vg $6.00 "6 955AM" (12879)

2001 (blue/reflective multicolored) Carbon County natural vg $6.00 "6 955AM" (12880)

 

 

 

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 began with a "0000" format, but when that format was exhausted went to a "000A" format.  Larger counties that exhausted the "000A" format went to a "00AA" format.  There are three types for this base as follows:

Type I:  plate number and bucking bronco embossed
Type II:  fully flat plate, bucking bronco silhouette cartoonish (most notable looking
     at the horse's round hooves)
Type III:  same as type II, but the bucking bronco more well defined and realistic

Type III:

ns (black/reflective multicolored) Washakie County m $5.00 "20 352B" (14396)
ns (black/reflective multicolored) Washakie County m $5.00 "20 353B" (14397)
ns (black/reflective multicolored) Washakie County m $5.00 "20 354B" (14398)
ns (black/reflective multicolored) Washakie County m $5.00 "20 377B" (14399)
ns (black/reflective multicolored) Washakie County m $5.00 "20 487B" (14400)

 

 

2008 Grand Tetons base:  This design began in 2008 (2010 expiration sticker) and features the Grand Tetons with grassland at the bottom of the plate.  A flat plate, to the left of the bucking bronco is the county code number (see Wyoming county codes) with two-digit county numbers, for the first time, no longer being stacked.  Currently, the plate is all-numeric, but it is too soon to know what the larger counties will do when they reach "999999" ("99999" for two-digit counties).

2010 (black/reflective multicolored) Teton County natural vg $6.00 "22 3314" (10435)

2010 (black/reflective multicolored) Teton County natural vg $6.00 "22 3314" (10436)

2011 (black/reflective multicolored) Natrona County natural vg $6.00 "1 52666 " (10114)

2011 (black/reflective multicolored) Teton County natural vg $6.00 "22 23092" (10122)

2012 (black/reflective multicolored) Teton County natural vg $6.00 "22 24374" (11150)

 

 

 

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