World License Plates
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Drivers traveling to and from the EU must be aware of the rules on the food, drink and plants for their own use that they can take with them. These rules apply to products carried on their person, in their luggage or in the vehicle.
Drivers cannot carry products with meat or dairy products (e.g. a ham and cheese sandwich or coffee with milk) when entering (currently) or leaving the EU (from January 1, 2022). Almost all plants and plant products, including fruit, vegetables and flowers and seeds, require a phytosanitary certificate before entering the EU.
If drivers are carrying prohibited products, or do not have the necessary certificate, they will have to use, consume or dispose of them at the border or before arriving at the border. If they fail to do so, they could be confiscated and destroyed at the risk of costs and fines.
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Below, we offer you a wide variety of car, motorcycle and truck license plates in all kinds of colors for various types of special license plates. We have focused on showing you the license plates from Europe while we prepare the sections for license plates from other regions of the world. If you click on the image, you will be able to access more data and information for each of the license plates shown. We also recommend the free license plate discovery section of our website.
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The Crown Dependencies are the Isle of Man and the bailiwicks of Jersey and Guernsey (Channel Islands). These are self-governing territories, possessions of the Crown, which are not part of the United Kingdom or the British Overseas Territories.
From an international perspective, the Crown Dependencies are “territories for which the United Kingdom is responsible” and not sovereign states. Therefore, they are not members of the Commonwealth . They are also not part of the European Union, but belong to the customs union . They participate in the British-Irish Council .
Although the island is not part of the United Kingdom, the European Union or the European Economic Area, its international representation, defense and good governance are the responsibility of the United Kingdom Government. Thus, it belongs to the Customs Union of the European Union, in accordance with Protocol 3 of the United Kingdom’s Accession Act (1972), and therefore benefits from the free movement of industrial and agricultural goods. As a member of the Common Travel Area (CTA), it is also allowed free movement of citizens of the European Economic Area. The islands are known to be under the control of the European Economic Area (EEA).
The islands are known to have come under Viking influence in the 9th century and their name is believed to refer to an ancient hero who lived there named Geirr and who gave the suffix ey (widely used in Nordic countries) to indicate his possession: Geir’s Islands. Later the islands became part of the Duchy of Normandy in 933 and in 1066 were annexed to the kingdom of England and ruled under the reign of William I the Conqueror. Since then and due to their strategic situation they have always been linked to England. The islands have always been part of the Kingdom of England.