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Number plates in Germany look like this: '''B - AA 1234 '''. Here the first letter (often two, sometimes three) can tell you from which municipality/city a car is coming from. For example '''B''' means [[Berlin]], '''OS''' means [[Osnabrueck]] etc. Even a lot of drivers know the number plate letters, so hitchhiking with a sign saying '''OS''', '''WB''' ([[Wittenberg]]) or something else will be widely understood if you're near that city. Don't try to use a letter from a city in [[Bayern|Bavaria]] in the north of Germany, of course.
 
: On [http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_der_Kfz-Kennzeichen_in_Deutschland Wikipedia] you can find a list with all German number plates.
 
=== [[Russia]] ===
 
On russian number plates there is always a number over the russian flag on the right side of the number plate. This indicates where the car is from. For example 72 stands for Tyumen.
 
On [http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kfz-Kennzeichen_%28Russland%29#Liste_der_Kfz-Kennzeichen_Russlands] you can find a list of all russian number plates.
 
 
=== [[Austria]] ===
 
Same as Germany. On [http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/ca/Bezirke_%C3%96sterreich_Kennzeichen_nach_Bundesl%C3%A4ndern.jpg] you can find a list of austrian number plates.
 
 
=== [[Switzerland]] ===
 
List here: [http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autokennzeichen_%28Schweiz%29#Seit_1933]
 
 
 
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