Sinaloa Graphic License Plates, 1998-present

25: Sinaloa

Sin Mex #VGB5431
Sinaloa undated passenger issue (1998 issue). First-generation plate from Sinaloa, with the image of a crawfish, tomatoes and mangoes to signify the food production within the state. I honestly don't know what the red, blue and grey thing to the far left is. This was one of the few issues to retain the outside border, and in fact the border was removed on later (1999-) issues.
Sin Mex #UYJ-46-39
Sinaloa undated passenger issue (2002 issue). This plate carries a graphic of a drummer in front of the state shape in the background. The drummer symbolizes the development of Norteña and Ranchera music in the state. The state seal is over the lower right bolt slot and the state government logo is at top left.
Sin Mex #VHU-39-99
Sinaloa undated passenger issue (2006 issue). Sinaloa's third-generation entry features a large graphic of a tomato at center, with the slogan "Lider nacional en alimentos" (National Leader in Tomatoes), playing up the state's agriculture industry. The current government logo is repeated in the background with the state seal at top left.
Sin Mex #VMY-39-67
Sinaloa undated passenger issue (2013 issue). This simple blue-on-white issue was released in 2013 and features the state seal at bottom center. Resembles a pineapple at a distance, if you ask me.
Sin Mex #VNP-27-33
Sinaloa undated passenger issue (2014 issue). In 2014, Sinaloa added a QR code to the bottom right of the plate. If scanned, the code brings up the state government website, presumably with the proper credentials the plate number could be looked up through their system. The design stayed the same otherwise.

Son Ahead to Sonora
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