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1960's - 1990's

Private/Passenger

Yugoslavia License Plates

(B) Titograd is now called Podgorica


Non-Passenger

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1910's - 1950's

Private/Passenger

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Successor States

Bosnia-Herzegovina

Croatia

Kosovo

Montenegro

North Macedonia (formerly Macedonia)

Serbia

Slovenia


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Croatia 1941-1945 Flag Independent Protectorate of Croatia (1941 - 1945)

Montenegro 1941-1943 Flag Italian Occupied Montenegro (1941 - 1943)


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History Yugoslavia was formed in 1919 by the unification of Serbia, Montenegro and the South-Slavic parts of Austria-Hungary.
Between 1941-45, Croatia was an independent protectorate. Slovenia was partitioned between Germany, Italy and Hungary. Kosovo was incorporated into Albania. Macedonia was incorporated into Bulgaria.
In the early 1990's, Croatia (1991), Slovenia (1991), Macedonia (1991, now called North Macedonia) and Bosnia-Herzegovina (1992) seceded from Yugoslavia and began issuing their own distinct license plates.
Yugoslavia changed it's official name to Serbia and Montenegro. Montenegro voted for independence from Serbia in May 2006.
Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in February 2008. Kosovo's independence is not recognized by Serbia and some other countries.
International Oval YU
ISO Code YU

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(1) Jim Fox/Picture by Greg Gibson

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