1992 BASEXAA1000 - XAJ9999
XY-10AA - XZ-99ZZ
X10-A10 - X99-Z99
X-1000A - X-7500P (?)
Commercial plates were first seen on the new reflective graphic base in 1993.
They used 7-digits and no separator, and started at XAA1000.
PROTOTYPE ? REMAKE ERROR ?
The 7-digit series was discontinued due to "poor readability" in late 1994. The 7-digit Commercial series lasted only until XAJ9999.
The next series started at XY-10AA, picking up where the blue plates left off.
Here is an invalid combination ... a commercial plate with an apportioned sticker.
In early 1996, XZ-99ZZ was reached. The new series started at X10-A10.
The numbering on these plates progressed from X10-A10 to X10-A99, then X10-B10, ... to X10-Z99, then X11-A10 to X11-Z99, and so on up to X99-Z99.
By late 1999, a new series appeared, starting at X-1000A.
Evolution (or degradation?) of a commercial vanity plate.Jeff Fazekas
AVERY BASEX-7501P (?) - X-9999Z
XA-100A - XB-999Z (?)
The change to the Avery base occurred between X-6138P and X-8458P. How's that for a good cutoff number ?
NJ map in wrong place (X51-46R)
Another numbering change came in mid-2003 - after X-9999Z, new plates were issued starting at XA-100A.
3M2 BASEXC-100A (?) - XU-????
The 3M2 base possibly started at XC-100A.
NJ map in wrong placeflickr
Incorrect 4-year 2009 sticker
HELIX BASE XU-???? -
The Helix base started in the XU series. Lowest known with helix: XU-671J.
Registration stickers were eliminated by New Jersey as of August 1, 2010. The last stickered commercial plates are for 2011 and were in the late XU and early/mid XV series.
The highest seen stickered plate is XV-893P.
The last non-passenger plate stickers were dated