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Dutch Licence Plates for World Of Trucks [CLOSED]

#1 Post by _Avto2000_ » 29 May 2020 11:19

Hi Folks, This Topic Is CLOSED

I just started a topic about truck licence plates from holland

Trucks/Lorries (weighing more than 3.5 tons)
BB-BB-01, registration 1994/2012
00-BBB-1, registration 2012/2020 (current series, now BPP)


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Look At The Licence Plates
I know you can just alway change the Text of the plates.

sorry if i do something wong! :)
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#2 Post by Underscore_101_ » 29 May 2020 13:40

What is not so realistic about it?

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#3 Post by xXCARL1992Xx » 29 May 2020 15:39

this just show the format of the license plate 2-3-2, nothing wrong there
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#4 Post by _Avto2000_ » 29 May 2020 15:45

@ xXCARL1992Xx No, is your opinion sir :)

In The Netherlands The Licence Plates Of Trucks Have Always a B

Example Of Real Licence Plates Of Trucks:
56-BFL-1
28-BLK-5
59-BHR-9
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#5 Post by Underscore_101_ » 29 May 2020 18:15

Ah of course, didn't look for that in your images :-)

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#6 Post by donfede » 30 May 2020 03:23

Off topic - those are a couple nice looking trucks (the GTS and the Hartman). Not flashy, but clearly work horses.

In the GTS photo, is that a "conventional" Scania T, with an R500 badge!? Wasn't the T discontinued in 2005? Would that be an old photo, or are there still T on the roads? I thought there were legal length restrictions that encouraged retiring them.
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#7 Post by Underscore_101_ » 30 May 2020 06:57

To my knowledge there are still some on the roads, though most I've seen irl were rigids (but not exclusive) and used by business' that don't rely on volume/km and/or private owned.

To give you some idea I had a quick Flickr search, though many of the images on there are of ets2 mods, scroll down a bit and you'll find recent images of Scania T trucks in use, not just show trucks.
https://www.flickr.com/search/?text=Scania%20T

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