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Italian number plate DT Where is it from??

MrT

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Hello
I am looking at buying a car that is registered in Italy.
The number begins with DT,I cannot find anywhere where it comes from.
Anybody know??
thanks
 
MrT said:
Hello
I am looking at buying a car that is registered in Italy.
The number begins with DT,I cannot find anywhere where it comes from.
Anybody know??
thanks

Google is your friend:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vehicle_registration_plates_of_Italy

Except, Google doesn't know any Italian reg plates beginning with "DT" either. Are you sure it was Italian?


PS: Looks might it might be a Diplomatic Corp plate for an ex-Soviet Russia country:
>>LINK
 
I have googled it,and as you say it is not listed.there are loads of cars with Italian numbers that are not listed.
I have check on a Italian car sales site and all these numbers are not listed
AA
DW
DR
DN
DT

http://www.autoscout24.it/Details.aspx?id=221968375&cd=634851573460000000[/url]
 
BA it looks like DT was never used as the prefix for a provincial code :dont know:

Are you looking for your initials per chance :hand:
 
Zingari said:
BA it looks like DT was never used as the prefix for a provincial code :dont know:

Are you looking for your initials per chance :hand:

No

Are not all Italian number related to where they are registered??
 
MrT said:
Zingari said:
BA it looks like DT was never used as the prefix for a provincial code :dont know:

Are you looking for your initials per chance :hand:

No

Are not all Italian number related to where they are registered??

The ones beginning with a D appear to be reserved for other countries' diplomats, as I mentioned in the PS to my post above.
 
MrT said:
Are not all Italian number related to where they are registered??

According to wiki they seem to be :dont know:

Dont get mad, get even :thumb:

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