|Zacatecas undated passenger issue (1999 issue). Graphic issue from Zacatecas, with the state name screened at the bottom and a light graphic of a hillside in the background. This is kind of an odd graphic, as it's very difficult to make out unless you're holding the plate in your hands. I thought it was a scratch at first, myself.
|Zacatecas undated passenger issue (2002 issue). Second-generation plate from Zacatecas, featuring the same mountainside seen on the first-generation plate, although in much greater detail here.
|Zacatecas undated passenger issue (2004 issue). Similar coloring and graphic to the last issue, with another look at that hillside. An image of the Zacatecas city cathedral is included in the foreground of this issue.
|Zacatecas undated passenger issue (2008 issue). Stripped-down graphic issue for Zacatecas starting in 2008, with a line drawing of the hillside and single cross with a red band at the top of the plate.
|Zacatecas undated passenger issue (2011 issue). Another simple graphic issue for Zacatecas in 2011, featuring green and red bands at top and bottom along with the familiar state seal and new slogan "Contigo en Movimiento" (seems to roughly translate to something along the lines of "On the Move with You.") This is an oddly constructed plate in that the graphic bands at top and bottom appear to be decals applied to a plain white reflective background, as opposed to the standard arrangement of screening the graphic into the reflective sheeting.
|Zacatecas undated passenger issue (2014 issue). Continuation of the 2011 graphic, the state overran its allocation of plate numbers in the old ABC-12-34 series by 2014 and flipped to the new national ABC-123-A format. Aside from using traditional screened graphics as opposed to the earlier decals, the design of the plate was otherwise unchanged.
|Zacatecas undated passenger issue (2017 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. Zacatecas released this plate, with stylized state name at the top and a varied, colorful skyline at bottom.
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Last Modified 8/18/2017 (added 2014 and 2017 plates).