Vehicle registration plates of Finland
Finnish license plates are insurance plate and give since October 1989 no information about the origin of the vehicle. The signs correspond with 118 mm × 442 mm or 200 mm × 256 mm for couplet not up to European standard size of 110 mm x 520 mm. On the left side is since 2001 a blue ribbon with the letters FIN and the twelve stars of Europe. The mark consists of an up to three-digit combination of letters and a maximum of three-digit number separated by a dot.
By the year 1973 there were labels with white text on black signs, then the current design with black lettering on a white background was introduced. From 1973 to 1989 coded the first letter of the sign where the vehicle was first registered.
Since 1993, the distinguishing sign for Finland FIN, before that it was SF ( Suomi- Finland).
On the Åland Islands, there are special license plates that begin with ÅL. Åland is used pursuant to a decision of the Åland Government of 19 March 2010, the nationality code AX.
The letter combination of signs for trailer begins with P or W.
Export license plate show a letter and a maximum of three digits. On the right side there is a red box with the dates.
Flag for historic vehicles are inspired by the appearance of the old Finnish flag. Your base is black, the font white.
Diplomatic do not have a euro box. They have white text on a light blue background. The signs show the letters CD or C and a maximum five-digit number whose first two digits specify the country of origin closer.
10 Germany Germany 11 Israel Israel 12 United States United States 13 Europaische Union European Union 14 Argentina Argentina 15 Austria Austria 16 Belgium 17 Brazil Brazil 18 Bulgaria Bulgaria 19 Canada Canada 20 People's Republic of China People's Republic of China 21 Flag of South Korea South Korea 22 North Korea North Korea 23 Cuba Cuba 24 Denmark Denmark 25 Egypt Egypt 26 Spain 27 France France 28 United Kingdom UK 29 Hungary Hungary 30 India India
31 Indonesia 32 Iraq Iraq 33 Israel Israel 34 Italy Italy 35 Japan Japan 36 Mexico Mexico 37 Norway Norway 38 The Netherlands The Netherlands 39 Peru 40 Poland Poland 41 Portugal 42 Romania Romania 43 Sweden Sweden 44 Switzerland Switzerland 45 Israel Israel 46 Turkey Turkey 47 Russia Russia 48 Venezuela Venezuela 49 Former Yugoslavia 50 South Africa South Africa 51 Greece Greece
53 Israel Israel 54 Colombia Colombia 55 HELCOM 56 Iran Iran 57 World Institute for Development Economics Research 58 Chile Chile 59 Estonia Estonia 60 Latvia Latvia 62 Ukraine Ukraine 63 Slovakia Slovakia 64 Czech Republic Czech Republic 65 Lithuania Lithuania 66 Morocco Morocco 68 Iceland Iceland 69 Croatia Croatia 71 Cyprus Republic of Cyprus 72 Vietnam 73 Thailand Thailand 74 Tunisia Tunisia 79 ECHA
Tractors have yellow license plates with black writing. The shield consists of a maximum of three digits and a maximum of three letters.