Abi: new license plates also available without high school diploma

Abi: new license plates also available without high school diploma

Hair, 17. July 2007 – everyone has probably seen a car with the ABI badge. These three letters are usually used by recent high school graduates to express their pride in their successful completion of school. In the future, however, you will also see cars on german roads with this meaningful abbreviation on the license plate. ABI, which has stood since the 1. July 2007 in the federal state of saxony-anhalt, ABI stands for anhalt-bitterfeld. The new license plate replaces the previous license plates kot, BTF, AZE, ZE and RSL. In addition, a number of other license plates will be eliminated and partially replaced by new ones. 46 license plates will be reduced to ten in saxony-anhalt. Old license plates will remain in use
but with the 1. July 2007, the old license plates are far from disappearing. A vehicle will only receive one of the new license plates when it is next registered or re-registered, i.E. When it is changed or registered for the first time. Details of which license plates will be discontinued and which will be replaced can be found in a table in the image gallery. New regional classes
in the context of this district reform in saxony-anhalt, AXA-kraftfahrtversicherung has announced that from 1. January 2008 vehicles will automatically be assigned to new regional classes. Regional classes are determined by the gesamtverband deutscher versicherer (german insurance association) and are based on damage statistics. If the accident risk is particularly high in a region, the regional class is also higher there than elsewhere. This could also change the cost of car insurance for some owners, for better or for worse.

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