Below is a list of letter combinations skipped from the blue GAA- series forward.
The reason for most of the omissions is obvious - but there are a few mysteries...
This list starts at GAA, issued back in 1990.
The blue plates still used I and O on passenger plates, which provided more opportunities for skipping combinations.
1992 BASE (3M)
There were no skipped combinations in the 7-digit series between AAA1000 and ADJ9999.
1999 BASE (3M)
2001 BASE (AVERY)
2004 BASE (3M-2)
2007 BASE (NO STICKER BOXES)
2010 BASE (A10-AAA)
2014 BASE (FLAT)
All of the -FU series was skipped except for (strangely) FUA. Aaaww, you're no FUN anymore...
And it seems, from G series, most of the xFU combinations are skipped as well (GFU, JFU, KFU, LFU)
Updated 4/2/2021 to remove GFX from this list - apparently they *do* exist on the road. Thanks, Grant !
This list covers plates up to and including the RNZ suffix.