Trailers first got distinctive license plates in the 1920s, and since then many different types of trailer plates have been issued.

This page includes the following plate types:

Trailer


Trailer plates were first issued in the 1920s, with the earliest known example being from 1929. It's suspected that they started in 1923 when weight class codes were added to truck plates.

Base
Weight
Variation A
3,000
B
4,500
C
6,000
D
8,000
E
10,000
F
24,000
23
24
25
26
27
28
29 F111
30
30 31 C 92

In 1932, weight classes beyond the F weight class were added.

Base
Weight
Variation A
3,000
B
4,500
C
6,000
D
8,000
E
10,000
F
12,000
G
14,000
H
16,000
J
18,000
K
20,000
L
22,000
M
24,000
N
36,000
31 32



E 351








32 33












33 34 996 A









82 M
34 35 1-716 A
4-022 A












35 36 656 A
1-350 A












36 37












37 38

117 C



176 G






38 39





22 G





827 N
39 40






184 J



1932 Wisconsin Trailer
Gideon Nicksic
1934 Wisconsin Trailer
Cody James Corbett
1936 Wisconsin Trailer
Cody James Corbett
1938 Wisconsin Trailer
Gideon Nicksic
1940 Wisconsin Trailer
Heavy Trailer
Gideon Nicksic

In 1940, trailer plates split off into light trailer plates and insert trailer plates, in the way that truck plates were split off into light truck plates and insert truck plates. Trailer plates from the A-D weight class that are used for private purposes received light trailer plates, while trailers used for commercial purposes and trailers beyond the D weight class used insert trailer plates.

Base
Weight
Variation A
3,000
B
4,500
C
6,000
D
8,000
40 41 C 1001
41 42 1003 A
42-43 1001A
44 45 A 1 008
45 46 A 1 007
A 1 117
B 1 090 C 1 059
C 1 061
D 1 010
1948 1050 C
1951 A 1221
52 A 2085
A 3498
53 A 6608
A13-124
54
55 6"x12"
Aluminum
1255 A
57
58
59
1942 Wisconsin Trailer
Cody James Corbett
1953 Wisconsin Light Trailer
Chris D.

Apparently starting in 1960, "A" trailer plates were issued only to private trailers under 3,000 lbs. The registration of such trailers was optional, except for a six-month period in 1976 when all trailers had to register.

Base Variation Ranges
60 A 1295
61 A 1150
62 A 1395
63
65 A 4321

Light trailer plates were issued on insert truck plate bases starting in 1967, however plates were issued at the same intervals as light truck plates.

The 1970 base had a strange variation which there was only stubs for the top groove, and the 1974 base had the "74" in two different corners.

Base Variation Ranges
67 No Month A 6318
A 7490
70 Partial Groove A 4034
A 5190
Full Groove A 8387
A 8962
Partial Groove A 9509
A 11297
No Groove A 11863
A 11892
74 74 at Right A 1477
A 3406
74 at Left A 5163
A 10636
1967 Wisconsin Light Trailer
Chris D.
1972 Wisconsin Light Trailer
Gideon Nicksic

In 1979, light trailer plates began using a constant "ZA" prefix and encompassed private-use trailers under 3,000lbs., though several "U-Haul" labelled light trailer plates from as far back as 1982 have been seen. Beginning in 1988, fleets of 100 or more commercial-use trailers under 4,500lbs. were able to use light trailer plates in 6-year intervals; the first of these plates would have expired in 1994. These plates, although identical to regular light trailer plates except for the expiration intervals, are shown with light trailer for hire plates.

In the 1991 plate guide, a "91" base light trailer plate is shown; the guide for the next year shows the previous 1989 base with a 1992 sticker on it. Though it's likely an error, it's possible a "91" base may exist and a second run of "89" base plates was issued after just a year. If this is the case, these "91" base plates are probably very rare and the finding of any of these plates would be a significant find.

Currently, light trailer plates are often referred to as "ZA" trailer plates by the WisconsinDOT plate guide.

Base Variation Ranges
79 ZA11532
ZA13638
81 ZA10866
ZA11056
83 ZA11006
ZA13424
85 ZA10409
ZA13073
87 Border
Tall Prefix
ZA12723
ZA12795
No Border
Short Prefix
ZA13084
89 Aluminum Back ZA12576
ZA12859
Pink Back
95 Wide Font ZA 1226
ZA 2989
Narrow Font ZA 4743
ZA 4780
00 Avery Sheeting 3083 ZA
4037 ZA
3M Sheeting 5193 ZA?
Avery Sheeting 10497ZA
14301ZA
15522ZA
1981 Wisconsin Light Trailer
Gideon Nicksic
1983 Wisconsin ZA Trailer
Gideon Nicksic
1986 Wisconsin ZA Trailer
Gideon Nicksic
1995 Wisconsin Light Trailer
Chris D.
2000 Wisconsin Light Trailer
Gideon Nicksic
2002 Wisconsin Light Trailer
Chris D.
2012 Wisconsin Light Trailer
Andrew Turnbull

Light Trailer for Hire


Light trailer for hire plates were issued in 1976 and 1977. They were issued to A weight class trailers for hire only and used light truck for hire blanks.

Base Variation Ranges
76

After 1977, light trailers for hire were issued regular light trailer plates. These plates were issued to both private trailers under 3,000lbs. and fleets of 100 or more commercial trailers under 4,500lbs.

In 1988, light trailers for hire were revalidated on a 6-year cycle. For 1994 and 2000 light trailer for hire plates used unique sticker colors, and as of 2024 they used the same sticker colors as passenger plates.

2000 Wisconsin Light Trailer for Hire License Plate
Andrew Turnbull
2012 Wisconsin Light Trailer
Andrew Turnbull

Heavy Trailer

Heavy trailer plates were first issued in 1940, and were issued to trailers over 8,000lbs. and commercial trailers. The first base was to expire between September 1940 and June 1941, using insert tabs for validation, however a dated "3-31-40" base is known and is categorized here. The 3-31-40 base was only issued to trailers over 14,000lbs. Like heavy truck plates, I suspect that 12-31-39 and 6-30-40 bases may also have been issued, though no documentation or plates have been found yet.

Notably, heavy trailers used full-sized plates for 1942-1944, and were the only plates in the state to receive actual insert tabs during that time. I do not know whether yearly tabs for 1944 were issued in addition to quarterly inserts like they did on heavy truck plates, nor do I know what the colors may be.

Base
Weight
Variation A
3,000
B
4,500
C
6,000
D
8,000
E
10,000
F
12,000
G
14,000
H
16,000
J
18,000
K
20,000
L
22,000
M
24,000
N
36,000
3-31-40










10 M
40 41












41 42












42 43
10 B










44 45












1943 Insert Trailer
Mark

Sometime between 1940 and 1947, weight classes beyond N were added, like insert truck plates. Around 1960 all trailers above 3,000lbs. received insert trailer plates and from that point on insert trailer plates in the lighter weight classes became much more common. Conversely, semi trailer plates were introduced in 1956 and insert trailer plates in the heaviest weight classes became almost nonexistent.

Shown in this section is a few mockup tests I made back in March 2024. They're still in development, but they should be relatively accurate representations of what these plates looked like and their approximate fonts. I'm still not sure if I'll permanently include mockups to represent plates like this, or if I'd rather keep this site to images of actual plates only.

Base
Weight
Variation A
3,000
B
4,500
C
6,000
D
8,000
E
10,000
F
12,000
G
14,000
H
16,000
J
18,000
K
20,000
L
22,000
M
24,000
N
26,000
R
28,000
S
30,000
T
32,000
V
34,000
X
36,000
Y
38,000
45 46 A 10 B 107 C 312 D 184 E 205
F 219 G 263 H 347 J 336 K 538
L 467 M 686 N 741 R 762 S 732
T 528 V 450 X 444 Y 682
47 48


















48 49


















49 50


















50 51












R 463




51 52


















53 A 7









M 42
R 371





54
B 16
B 348

















55


















56


















57


















58


















59


















60
B 16
B 225

















61


















1953 Wisconsin Trailer (mockup)
Mockup
Gideon Nicksic
1954 Wisconsin Trailer (mockup)
Mockup
Gideon Nicksic
1954 Wisconsin Trailer (mockup)
Mockup
Gideon Nicksic
1954 Wisconsin Trailer (mockup)
Mockup
Gideon Nicksic
1955 Wisconsin Trailer (mockup)
Mockup
Gideon Nicksic
1955 Wisconsin Trailer (mockup)
Mockup
Gideon Nicksic
1955 Wisconsin Trailer (mockup)
Mockup
Gideon Nicksic
1955 Wisconsin Trailer (mockup)
Mockup
Gideon Nicksic

Weight classes beyond the Y weight class were added by 1962, which the known weight classes go up to at least YF. It's currently unknown when exactly these heavier weight classes were added, as the DMV plate guides didn't list weight classes beyond Y until 1976.

Base
Weight
Variation A
3,000
B
4,500
C
6,000
D
8,000
E
10,000
F
12,000
G
14,000
H
16,000
J
18,000
K
20,000
L
22,000
M
24,000
N
26,000
R
28,000
S
30,000
T
32,000
V
34,000
X
36,000
Y
38,000
YA
40,000
YB
42,000
YC
44,000
YD
46,000
YE
48,000
YF
50,000
62


D 335














YA 1





63
























64
























65
B 183






















66
B 315






















67
























68
B 428






















69



E 323

G 140

















70
B1013






















71 A 2 B 517 C 404
C 832

E 114
E 166
F 164












Y 28





72
B 299 C 86
C 741

E 191
E1612




K 244


N 62
N 94












74
B 389 C 18
C 519




H 77






T 133 V 1
V 4
X 9


YC 17

YF 3
76
B1257
B2031
C 441
C1784

E 1
F 983
H 141
















1962 Wisconsin Insert Trailer
Gideon Nicksic
1971 Wisconsin Insert Trailer
Andrew Turnbull
1972 Wisconsin Insert Trailer
Andrew Turnbull
1974 Wisconsin Trailer 3P
Gideon Nicksic
1977 Wisconsin Trailer 4P
Chris D.

In 1978, the weight classes shifted along with all other plates in the state of Wisconsin. For the 1978 base, the C weight class for trailer plates has always had a bottom letter of "Z" as opposed to the "A" that all other insert trailer plates used as a bottom letter. The meaning of this is unknown.

Base
Weight
Variation A
4,500
B
6,000
C
8,000
D
12,000
E
16,000
F
20,000
G
26,000
H
32,000
J
38,000
K
44,000
L
50,000
N
56,000
P
62,000
Q
68,000
R
73,000
S
76,000
T
80,000
78
BA3655 CZ 222
CZ3126
DA 68 EA 619

GA 90


LA 1

QA 4


80
BA905
BA4033
CA 99
CA3858
DA1613 EA 993


HA 446

LA 8





82 AA2007
AA2733
BA 96
BA3426
CA 676
CA2024
DA1009
DA3333
EA 240
FA 8 GA 67


LA 1





84 AA1887
AA3743
BA1282
BA4756
CA 566
CA5405
DA 243
DA1702
EA1044
EA1139





LA 1





86 Tall Prefix AA1741 BA 972 CA 55
CA4461
DA 650
DA1752
EA 619
EA 634
FA 782
FA 840



KA 64







Short Prefix AA3566 BA5642














88 AA3216
AA4291
BA 782
BA690n
CA 162
CA6909
DA 118
DA3172


GA 582









90 AA1615
AA6573
BA1273
BA8348
CA 494
CA7544
DA 1 EA1456
EA1577



JA 154







1978 Wisconsin Trailer 4P
Gideon Nicksic
1980 Wisconsin Trailer 3 Digit
Gideon Nicksic
1981 Wisconsin Trailer 4 Digit / Quarter 4
Gideon Nicksic
1982 Wisconsin Trailer 3 Digit
Gideon Nicksic
1982 Wisconsin Trailer Quarter 4
Gideon Nicksic
1983 Wisconsin Trailer Quarter 4
Gideon Nicksic
December 1984 Wisconsin Trailer License Plate
Improperly Stickered
Gideon Nicksic
1985 Wisconsin Trailer Sep
Gideon Nicksic
1985 Wisconsin Trailer Dec
Gideon Nicksic
1986 Wisconsin Trailer License Plate
Short Letters
Gideon Nicksic
1986 Wisconsin Trailer 2 Digit
Chris D.
1987 Wisconsin Trailer Dec
Chris D.
1989 Wisconsin Trailer Dec
Chris D.
1990 Wisconsin Trailer 3 Digit
Chris D.
1990 Wisconsin Trailer 4 Digit
Gideon Nicksic
1991 Wisconsin Trailer Dec
Gideon Nicksic

In 1992, the X and M weight classes were added, along with all other plate types.

Base
Weight
Variation A
4,500
B
6,000
C
8,000
X
10,000
D
12,000
E
16,000
F
20,000
G
26,000
H
32,000
J
38,000
K
44,000
L
50,000
M
54,000
N
56,000
P
62,000
Q
68,000
R
73,000
S
76,000
T
80,000
92 AA 440
AA7850
BA1728
BA6909
CA 427
CB1253
XA 1
XA1087
EA1324
EA1328
FA 70
FA 940


JA 215
JA 417









1992 Trailer 4 Digit
Chris D.
1992 Trailer Dec
Gideon Nicksic
1993 Trailer Dec
Chris D.

In 1994 a new base was issued, and all plates started at xR 1, with x being the weight class. So A weight class plates would start at AR 1, B weight class plates would start at BR 1, and so on. When xR9999 was exhausted with the wide font plates, the bottom letter was incremented to "T," presumably because "S" was in use by tractor plates.

In addition to the usual font variations seen in all plates from 1994-1995, there were also two runs of reflective trailer plates; one in early 1995, and a much more common run in late 2004-early 2005. It's unknown what the run of 1995 plates is, and so far two reflective "trailer" plates have been found from the 1995 run; one 1995 farm trailer plate, and one 1995 insert trailer plate. The 2004-2005 run has at least 5 plates known in the run, and it's presumably plates made on blanks for light truck for hire plates after they were discontinued in 2004.

Base
Weight
Variation A
4,500
B
6,000
C
8,000
X
10,000
D
12,000
E
16,000
F
20,000
G
26,000
H
32,000
J
38,000
K
44,000
L
50,000
M
54,000
N
56,000
P
62,000
Q
68,000
R
73,000
S
76,000
T
80,000
94 Wide Font AR 23
AR2163
BR 18
BR9687
CR 76
CR8928
XR 134
XR1384
DR 1
DR2315


GR 429











Narrow Font
Narrow Prefix
AR 8255
AR 8409
BT 222
BT 794
CT 2119
CT 5531
XR 2669


FR 1536












Narrow Font
Wide Prefix
AR13218
AR38257
BT 3424
BT30530
CT 9096
CT60019
XR 3676
XR25475
DR10874
DR27545
ER 5222
ER 7715
FR 2027
FR 6625
GR 2655
GR 3760

JR 920?









Expected
Ranges
AR 1
AR42410
BR 1
BT35922
CR 1
CT60929
XR 1
XR27962
DR 1
DR33565
ER 1
ER11891
FR 1
FR 7701
GR 1
GR 4553
HR 1
HR 1803
JR 1
JR 1311
KR 1
KR 1902
LR 1
LR 551
MR 1
MR 105
NR 1
NR 53
PR 1
PR 159
QR 1
QR 75
RR 1
RR 30
SR 1
SR 7
TR 1
TR 82
1994 Wisconsin Trailer XR Reflective
Gideon Nicksic
1995 Insert Trailer Dec
Reflective
Gideon Nicksic
1996 Insert Trailer Dec
Chris D.
1996 Insert Trailer
Andrew Turnbull
1998 Insert Trailer Dec
Gideon Nicksic
1999 Insert Trailer Dec
Chris D.
2000 Insert Trailer Dec
Gideon Nicksic
2002 Insert Trailer Dec
Gideon Nicksic
2003 Insert Trailer Dec
Chris D.
2005 Insert Trailer Dec
Andrew Turnbull
2005 Insert Trailer
Chris D.
2006 Insert Trailer Dec
Gideon Nicksic
2007 Insert Trailer Dec
Gideon Nicksic
2008 Insert Trailer Dec
Gideon Nicksic
2009 Insert Trailer Dec
Gideon Nicksic
2009 Insert Trailer
Andrew Turnbull

Around 2009, the Y weight class was added. Like other plates, the 2009 series picked up roughly where the 1994 series left off.

Numbering systems for current trailer plates are overcomplicated. CT plates, which stopped around CT60000 on the 1994 series, jumped to CA10001 beginning with the new 2009 base. Y weight class plates started at YA10001, while all other plates started roughly where the 1994 series left off. Beginning in the early 2020s, numbering systems changed from the standard "R to T to A" serial letter progression to a new system where the bottom letter would increment if the current serial format was exhausted; this meant that AR overflowed to AS, BT overflowed to BU, and more recently PR 999 led to PS 101. CA overflowed to CB as expected, and SR is going to either go to SS 11, SS 51, SR 101, or a variation of those formats in the very near future. Why the serial letter progression has become so complicated is anyone's guess.

Base
Weight
Variation A
4,500
B
6,000
C
8,000
X
10,000
D
12,000
Y
14,000
E
16,000
F
20,000
G
26,000
H
32,000
J
38,000
K
44,000
L
50,000
M
54,000
N
56,000
P
62,000
Q
68,000
R
73,000
S
76,000
T
80,000
09 Expected
Ranges
AR45001
AS16404
BT37001
BU14896
CA10001
CB34313
XR30001
XR89550
DR36001
DR83825
YA10001
YA37292
ER14001
ER34267
FR 9001
FR22131
GR 5001
GR15399
HR 3001
HR 6110
JR 1501
JR 3640
KR 2501
KR 5222
LR 701
LR 2506
MR 301
MR 537
NR 101
NR 325
PR 226
PS 124
QR 101
QR 392
RR 101
RR 243
SR 51
SR 99
TR 116
TR 503
Confirmed
Ranges
AR48341
AS11817
BT4099n
BU13127
CA26799
CB33220
XR30065
XR86317
DR37522
DR80156
YA11126
YA35997
ER16720
ER33946
FR 9967
FR20421
GR 6464
GR10884
HR 4812
JR 2713
JR 3134
KR 3493
KR 3763
LR 965
LR 1521


PR 697 QR 253

TR 310
TR 354
2009 Insert Trailer 3 Digit
Andrew Turnbull
2009 Insert Trailer 4 Digit
Andrew Turnbull
2009 Insert Trailer 5 Digit
Gideon Nicksic
2009 Insert Trailer Sep
Andrew Turnbull
2009 Insert Trailer Dec
Andrew Turnbull
2009 Insert Trailer Dec Restricted Use
Andrew Turnbull
2010 Insert Trailer Dec
Gideon Nicksic
2012 Insert Trailer Jun
Gideon Nicksic
2012 Insert Trailer Dec
Gideon Nicksic
2013 Insert Trailer Dec
Gideon Nicksic
2014 Insert Trailer Mar
Gideon Nicksic
2014 Insert Trailer Dec
Gideon Nicksic
2015 Insert Trailer Dec
Gideon Nicksic
2016 Insert Trailer
Gideon Nicksic
2017 Insert Trailer Dec
Gideon Nicksic
2018 Insert Trailer Dec
Gideon Nicksic
2018 Insert Trailer Dec Restricted Use
Chris D.
2019 Insert Trailer Dec
Gideon Nicksic
2020 Insert Trailer Dec
Gideon Nicksic
2021 Insert Trailer Sep
Sep 2021
Gideon Nicksic
2021 Insert Trailer Dec
Gideon Nicksic
2024 Insert Trailer Jun
Gideon Nicksic
2024 Insert Trailer Dec
Gideon Nicksic

Farm Trailer


Farm trailer plates have been issued since at least 1956, with the earliest base seen being from 1965. All plate numbers began at 1001.

Base Variation Ranges
55
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
65 1025
67 1236
1243
70 1463
74 1025
1419
78
2157
1979 Farm Trailer
Gideon Nicksic

In 1980, plates serials were coded by weight class. As before, the numbers start at xF1001, with x being the weight class. Several serial spacing variations are known, however not much is known about them.

Base
Weight
Variation A
4,500
B
6,000
C
8,000
D
12,000
E
16,000
F
20,000
G
26,000
H
32,000
J
38,000
K
44,000
L
50,000
N
56,000
P
62,000
Q
68,000
R
73,000
S
76,000
T
80,000
80
BF1069
CF1313
CF3174
DF3033


GF1054










82

BF1043
BF1139
CF1743
CF3552
DF1438
EF1339












84 AF1078

CF1070
CF4159
DF3011

GF1092









86 AF1025
BF1342
BF1757
CF2727
CF3770
DF1494
DF3345
EF1828












88

BF1039
CF2695
CF5252
DF1027
DF2051
EF1125
EF1959
FF1192











90 AF1220
AF1332
BF1029
BF1978
CF4681
CF4849
DF2121
DF2696
EF1119
EF2288
FF1118











1980 Farm Trailer
Chris D.
1985 Farm Trailer
Chris D.
1989 Farm Trailer
Gideon Nicksic
1989 Farm Trailer Dec
Chris D.
1991 Farm Trailer
Gideon Nicksic

In 1992, like all other plates, the X and M weight classes were added. For the 1992 base, there are several plates that received December 1993 insert stickers as opposed to 1993 passenger stickers like they were supposed to, and from that point onward plates issued insert stickers as opposed to passenger stickers were relatively common. Plate serials in the 1994 base started at xF5001, with x being the weight class. The C weight class ran to CF9999 at some point, then wrapped around to CF 1001, and went to CF 5000 before jumping to CF10001.

Additionally, a strange variation where the pre-1995 prefix was used alongside the new narrow numbers font is known for some F weight class farm trailer plates; it isn't known if this variation exists with any other weight classes or other types.

Base
Weight
Variation A
4,500
B
6,000
C
8,000
X
10,000
D
12,000
E
16,000
F
20,000
G
26,000
H
32,000
J
38,000
K
44,000
L
50,000
M
54,000
N
56,000
P
62,000
Q
68,000
R
73,000
S
76,000
T
80,000
92
BF 1373
BF 1771
CF 2844
CF 3173
XF 1023
XF 1328
DF 2877
DF 2976
EF 1696
FF 1422
FF 1720












94 Wide Font AF 5207
BF5482
CF5017
CF9321

DF5691
DF7349
EF6782












Narrow Font
Narrow Prefix




DF 8563

FF 5885











Narrow Font
Wide Prefix





EF 7039













Narrow Font
Old Prefix






FF 6437
FF 6527












Narrow Font
Wide Prefix
AF 5601
BF 6937
BF 6976
CF 3104
CF10128

DF 9483
DF13092
EF 8159
EF10784
FF 6776
FF 8762


JF 5113








Expected
Ranges
AF 5001
AF 5801
BF 5001
BF 7530
CF5001
CF9999
CF 1001
CF 5000
CF10001
CF11339
XF 5001
XF 8147
DF 5001
DF13635
EF 5001
EF11348
FF 5001
FF 8508
GF 5001
GF 6500
HF 5001
HF 2371
JF 5001
JF 5113
KF 5001
KF 5032
LF 5001
LF 5103
MF 5001
MF 5011
NF 5001
NF 5002
PF 5001
PF 5008
QF 5001
QF 5006
RF 5001? None? TF 5001
TF 5019
1993 Farm Trailer
Chris D.
1993 Farm Trailer Dec
Chris D.
1998 Farm Trailer
Chris D.
2001 Farm Trailer
Gideon Nicksic
2003 Farm Trailer
Gideon Nicksic
2006 Farm Trailer
Gideon Nicksic
2008 Farm Trailer
Gideon Nicksic
2008 Farm Trailer (Month Sticker)
Chris D.

Around 2009 the Y weight class was added along with heavy trailer plates. Additionally, around 2021 G weight class farm trailer plates incremented their bottom letter to "G," changing the bottom letter on farm trailer plates for the first time ever in the plate type's history!

Base
Weight
Variation A
4,500
B
6,000
C
8,000
X
10,000
D
12,000
Y
14,000
E
16,000
F
20,000
G
26,000
H
32,000
J
38,000
K
44,000
L
50,000
M
54,000
N
56,000
P
62,000
Q
68,000
R
73,000
S
76,000
T
80,000
09 Expected
Ranges
AF 6501
AF 7524
BF 7601
BF 9811
CF11601
CF19596
XF 8501
XF13145
DF14001
DF22310
YF10001
YF15292
EF12001
EF19783
FF 9201
FF15524
GF 6701
GG 1655
HF 5401
HF 5934
JF 5201
JF 5357
KF 5201
KF 5329
LF 5101
LF 5203
MF 5501
MF 5540
NF 5501
NF 5526
PF 5101
PF 5160
QF 5051
QF 5107
RF 5016
RF 5043
(none) TF 5051
TF 5290
Confirmed
Ranges
AF 6nnn BF 7664
BF 8476
CF13185
CF18904
XF 9555
XF12107
DF16009
YF11677
FF10170
FF14856
GF 7299
GF 9196



LF 5176





TF 5272
2009 Farm Trailer
Chris D.
2013 Wisconsin Farm Trailer License Plate
Cody James Corbett
2014 Farm Trailer
Gideon Nicksic
2016 Farm Trailer
Gideon Nicksic
2018 Farm Trailer
Gideon Nicksic
2020 Wisconsin Farm Trailer License Plate
Gideon Nicksic

Transferable Trailer


Transferable trailer plates were reportedly issued beginning in July 1973, and have been confirmed to have been issued since at least 1977. They are issued to modular housing units in transportation, and can be transfered from unit to unit freely, hence the name. They are validated with insert stickers, and use weight class stickers.

Base Variation Ranges
73 Nonreflective
67 Format
99??? Reflective
94 Format
1276
1289

Limited 2 Mile Trailer


Limited 2 mile trailer plates were issued to private trailers hauled 2 miles or less. They are allegedly issued as far back as 1941, and have been confirmed from 1942-43 to 1953.

Base Variation Ranges
40 41 (00)
42-43
45 46?
1948
52
Created November 1, 2018. Updated May 15, 2024.