When it comes to changing the license plates of cars, the Indian government is not much different from those in other countries.
But, in India, a number of the options are out of the box.
Read moreThe Indian government has decided to change its car plate naming system to allow for a variety of new car plates, starting with the iconic license plate.
The government has proposed a number.
It proposes a series of seven names for each of the country’s 23 provinces.
The new system, which will be unveiled in October, will include the current five-letter model, the current three-letter and three-digit model.
The government has also suggested that the first letter of each new licence plate should be changed to a letter of the alphabet, which is usually the case for national identification numbers (NINs).
The five- letter modelThe five letter model, or model number, is the first part of the new naming system.
It will be replaced by the five letters ‘P’, ‘G’, ‘C’ and ‘V’.
The model number will be used for the first time by the new system.
The model number is not the only change.
All other changes to the existing system will be made by adding letters to the model number.
The letters ‘E’, ‘I’, ‘J’, ‘K’, ‘L’, ‘M’, ‘N’, ‘O’, ‘P’ and a digit will be added.
The five digit modelThe fifth digit model is the last part of a new naming scheme.
The fifth digit will continue to be used by the current naming system, but it will now be used as a numeric code for the new model number system.
The digit will now appear as an indicator on the license and registration card, allowing people to see whether the car is registered in the province or not.
There will also be an option for people to change their name, but this is only possible for people who have the new number.
There is no limit on the number of new model numbers the government will allow.
The new numbering system is expected to come into effect from the end of March next year.