This is what the new license plates in Lebanon will look like

The Traffic Management Center announced earlier today that there would be new license plates in . The difference is that the numbers are not in Arabic.

The plates will be issued by the end of this year, and people will have to change theirs. The Director-General of the Department of Traffic will issue a memorandum that states the important dates and the required documents. The reason behind this change has not been clarified yet.


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