|Durango undated passenger issue (1999 issue). This plate features the state name spelled out in full at the bottom, with a horse and rider to the left and the Durango City cathedral to the right.
|Durango undated passenger issue (2003 issue). Durango graphic, featuring a treeline at the bottom and the government logo at the top left. The state's alphabetical number (10) is hidden in the trees to the left of the state name.
|Durango undated passenger issue (2006 issue). This issue also features a pine tree to the left, with the image of the statue of General Francisco Villa and his horse found in Durango City at center.
|Durango undated passenger issue (2009 issue). Durango released a new graphic in 2009, featuring a multi-color state name above the state seal at center.
|Durango undated passenger issue (2009 issue). New national standards were established by Mexico's Secretary for Communications and Transport starting in 2017, resulting in a flood of new issues. These standards dictate the placement of graphic elements on the plates, mostly restricted now to the top and bottom of the plate. Durango's 2017 issue features a Pancho Villa graphic at top with colored bars at the bottom along with the state and national seals. This is the first Durango issue to use the new ABC-123-A serial format.
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Last Modified 8/18/2017 (added 2017 plate).