RSM San Marino: temporary plates RSM

This kind of temporary plate was introduced in 1992. You can see a small box between the red "E" and the serial number: even if it's very small in the picture, you should read the word "scadenzai" that means "expiry" and then the exact date (day, month and year) of expiry is marked: their validity should last 30 days. As for Italian temporary plates the letter "E" stands for "Escursionisti Esteri".

Thanks to Alessandro Libanore for this very nice picture.

Temporary plate from San Marino




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