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Yukon Public Service Vehicle License Plates

When a new Motor Vehicle Ordinance was assented to by the Council of the Yukon Territory on May 10, 1952, a "public service vehicle" was defined for the first time as meaning "a motor vehicle or trailer operated on a highway by or on behalf of any person for gain or reward, but does not include a motor vehicle or trailer owned by a Municipality nor a motor vehicle or trailer used by its owner for the distribution or transportation of goods manufactured or sold by him or a single vehicle used by the owner to distribute commodities on his own behalf."

1953 - 1954

1953
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Issuing Statistics
1953:
unknown
1954:
unknown

1955 - 1977

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1956
1957
Issuing Statistics
1955:
unknown
1956:
unknown
1957:
unknown
1958:
unknown
1959:
unknown
1960:
unknown
1961:
PSV1 to 250
1962:
PSV1 to 250
1963:
unknown
1964:
PSV1 to 400
1965:
unknown
1966:
unknown
1967:
unknown
1968:
unknown
1969:
unknown
1970:
PSV1 to 200
1971:
unknown
1972:
unknown
1973:
unknown
1974:
unknown
1975:
unknown
1976:
unknown
1977:
unknown
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1970
1971
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1975
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1982

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Issuing Statistics
1982:
PSA-1 to PSZ-99

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