The size of current plates is 390 millimeters by 140 millimeters.
Passenger baseplates 1986 to presentEdit
|Image||First issued||Design||Slogan||Serial format||Serials issued||Notes|
|1986||green on reflective white with green map graphic in center||Hafa Adai||ABC 123|
|1994||black on reflective white with yellow map graphic in center||Tano Y Chamorro||Coded by municipality:
||Varies by village:
|February 27, 2009||black on reflective white with grey latte stone and three red bougainvillea flowers at center||Tano Y Chamorro||Coded by municipality:
On the 1994 base, the letters of passenger plate serials indicated the village of issuance. These three-letter codes were displayed in a smaller font size than was the numerical portion of the plate serial.
On the 2009 base, the letters of passenger plate serials again indicate the village of issuance. These two-letter codes are displayed in the same font size as is the numerical portion of the plate serial. Script error
On the 1994 base, commercial truck plates were coded by location of issuance, but using a different geographical coding system than for passenger plates. These codes were based on more specific geographical areas or geographical features, rather than political jurisdictions.
Bus, dealer, taxi, and trailer plates were coded only by type, not location of issuance.
|Commercial Truck||1234ABC (variable number of digits preceding letters)||FAP||Fort Apugan (Hagåtña)|
|FSO||Fort Soledad, Umatac|
|PDE||Plaza de España (Hagåtña)|
|TFL||Talofofo Falls, Talofofo|
|TLP||Two Lovers Point (Tumon)|
|Government of Guam||1234||none|
|Image||Type||First issued||Design||Serial format||Notes|
|Veteran—United States Air Force||Blue on reflective white with full-color graphics of the flag of the United States and the flag of Guam.||AF 123|
|Veteran—United States Navy||Blue on reflective white with full-color graphics of the flag of the United States and the flag of Guam.||N 123|