British standard plates were still being used in the 1980s.
Recently, there were no more combinations, so standard plates will be used on new vehicles.
Trucks and other heavy vehicles in Victoria are also given standard car-issued plates.
The station signs are in the standard black plate with white lettering.
The standard plates always have 4 numbers and if necessary they are padded by zeroes.
The rating is based on standard sized plates of the same size.
In 2010, the standard plate was redesigned to Empire Gold.
They have, however, decided on a price: the cost will range from $50 for a new standard plate to $135 for a vanity plate.
These plates are often offered for sale at a significant premium to standard plates.
The station names are in the standard black plates with white lettering.