Authentic Alberta License Plates For Sale
Real License Plates from Alberta
Alberta first started requiring license plates in 1906, where the owner supplied their own license plates. It wasn't until 1912 that Alberta started to issue the license plates. For years 1912 and 1913, Alberta had porcelain plates. Then, sheet metal license plates were issued in both 1914 and 1915. Some of the early years had a shield on the license plate. From 1912 to 1924, the abbreviation ALTA was used. Starting in 1925, the full Province name was used. Starting in 1973, Alberta started to use the Wild Rose Country slogan and it is still in use today. Vanity license plates became available in 1985. Alberta license plate types include amateur radio, commercial, commercial trailer, dealer, exempt, farm, fleet, freight truck, freight vehicle, livery, motorcycle, off highway, private trailer, public service, rental vehicle, restricted, snowmobile, tractor trailer, trailer, truck, urban, vanity, and veteran.