Something about IND number Plate
On the basis of the recommendations made by the Technical Standing Committee on Central Motor Vehicles Rules.
All motorised road vehicles are tagged with a registration or licence number in India. The licence plate (commonly known as number plates) number is issued by the district-level Regional Transport Office (RTO) of respective states — the main authority on road matters. The licence plates are placed in the front and back of the vehicle. By law, all plates are required to be in modern Hindu-Arabic numerals with Latin letters. Other guidelines include having the plate lit up at night and the restriction of the fonts that could be used. In some states such as Sikkim, cars bearing outside plates are barred from entering restricted areas.
IND No Plates :
We maintain rule and quality both
Plates for private car and two-wheeler owners have a lettering (e.g., KA 01 M 0056). Commercial vehicles such as taxis and trucks have a yellow background and black text (e.g., KA 51 N 0001). Vehicles belonging to foreign consulates have white lettering on a light blue background. The President of India and state governors travel in official cars without licence plates. Instead they have the Emblem of India in gold embossed on a red plate.