License plates for mopeds became mandatory in 1983.
1983 BASE1A0A0 - 9F9J9(?)
In this series, it looks like the numbers moved around the letters.
Numbering probably started from 1A0A0 to 9A9A9, then 1A0B0, etc. to 1B0A0, 1C0A0, etc.
Zero is not used in the first position.
The highest regular number seen on this series is 7F7J1.
Plates are listed in alphanumeric order and split by the initial letter (A through F).
There are several plates in the 9HnVn series known on this base as well.
It is unknown why they were issued out of sequence.
The 1992 base was apparently never used on the road.
3M2 BASE1F0K0(?) -9F9Z9(?)
This base possibly started at 1F0K0.
FLAT BASE1G0A0(?) -
Flat moped plates were first seen in 2022.