A car plate is a metal or plastic that is attached to a vehicle that is used for identification purposes. Each license plate still has a meaning that most of us don't know. Find out the full meaning of the different types of license plates that you always see on the roads.
County Government The governor operates a vehicle that has the following initials "GVN" followed by the county code. For example, Governor Makueni's vehicle will have the “GVN17” license plate. Civil, This is the most common type of license plate in the county. It is white in front and yellow behind. They all begin with the letter 'K' to indicate the Republic of Kenya.
National government All vehicles owned by the national government bear the initials "GK". International organizations These vehicles have a distinct red license plate with white letters. For the United Nations, it bears the initials "UN" while other international organizations have the prefix "XK".
Diplomatic All diplomatic plates have the initials CD and then the letter 'K' which stands for Embassy of Kenya.
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