Indonesian Vehicle Registration Plates – A Guide
In this post, we are going to help you out with a Guide to Indonesian vehicle registration plates.
As Bali is a tourist destination for both Domestic and International travelers, At holiday times, Bali often sees a large influx of domestic tourists, from largely Jakarta, Surabaya and Bandung – filling up the streets and accommodation for a few weeks – on top of the local traffic, may streets becomes clogged at the usual pressure points, with lots of B, L and D number plates adding to the usual DK ones, at some of the more popular spots around town.
Ever wondered where the different letters were from, on the Indonesian number plates? Here is your quick guide to the Indonesian vehicle registration plate! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vehicle_registration_plates_of_Indonesia
Now that the trivia is out of the way, it’s back to focusing on your holiday in Bali, and making sure everything is going great!
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