Most recent activity is listed first.
|Activity Logs of Years Past:|
|Sun., May 14||Made several additions and a few corrections to our list of two-letter country codes used on Office of Foreign Missions plates based upon information provided by Andrew Pang.|
|Sun., Apr. 16||Added to our page about recent presidential inaugural plates information about the 2017 issue published in PLATES Magazine as well as a photograph provided by Paul Morrison.|
|Sun., Apr. 2||Added to our home and reserved-number plates pages an image of the 2017 reserved-number plate provided by Johnny Miles.|
|Sun., Mar. 5||Modified several pages, most notably our 1984 baseplate page, to reflect the April 2016 replacement of all remaining six-number plates based upon information received from Skip Lackie, Johnny Miles, and Brad Gallagher, including photos provided by Brad and Johnny.|
|Thurs., Feb. 22||Reversed the changes made on Jan. 20.|
|Sun., Feb. 12||Added to our dealer plates page a photo of the 2016-17 issue provided by Brad Gallagher; updated our 2000 base and F-series passenger plates pages to reflect the approximate 2016 year-end registration number cutoff point, also provided by Brad.|
|Fri., Jan. 20||Added to our page about recent presidential inaugural plates links to external Web pages where information about ordering 2017 souvenir plates is provided. (These links were removed on Feb. 22.)|
Sun., Jan. 1, 2017
Changed the copyright notice on all pages to reflect the new year.
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