Yukon started issuing the current pattern plate in 1991. Plates are aluminum, painted with reflective paint on one side. The numbers are embossed. The gold panner is painted, not embossed, and there is no "gold nugget" in his pan as in pre-1985 plates.
The plates have a slight indentation in the bottom right-hand corner to accept a year validation sticker, which is a different colour every year. The slight indentation in the bottom left-hand corner is for the blue month validation sticker; plates expire at the end of the month related to the first letter of the last name of the owner according to this table:
|Expiry Month||First Letter|
|April||D, E, O, V|
|July||R, W, Y|
|August||I, J, K|
|September||C, Q, X|
|November||S, U, Z|
Unless other arrangements are made, governments use June as the expiry month. Corporations use the month corresponding to the first letter of their corporate name but are allowed to choose a different month in consulation with Motor Vehicles.
Yukon stopped issuing year stickers in 2022.
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commercial Cxxnn Cxnnn Cnnnx
dealer DLRnnn Dnnn
municipal government Dxxnn
Canadian government FGxnn
Yukon government G4nnnn YTGnnn Ynnnn
off-road vehicle Annnnn
snow machine Snnnn
trailer Tnnnnn nTnnnn
radio amateur VY1x VY1xx VY1xxx