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**Alabama**

Numeric only; up to 6 digits.

**Alaska**

Numeric only; exactly 6 digits.

**Arizona**

Mixed; two character prefix followed by 9 digits with leading zeroes.

**Arkansas**

Mixed; two character prefix generally followed by 8 digits, sometimes followed with “-d01”.

**California**

Numeric only; exactly 8 digits with leading zeroes.

**Colorado**

Numeric only; exactly 9 digits starting with 1000.

**Connecticut**

Mixed; leads with “reb.” and followed by 7 digits.

**Delaware**

Mixed; leads with prefix (“ra-”, “rb-”, “b.”) followed by up to 9 digits.

**Florida**

Numeric only; 2 or more digits without leading zeroes.

**Georgia**

Numeric only; 2 or more digits without leading zeroes.

**Hawaii**

Numeric only; generally 5 digits.

**Idaho**

Numeric only; generally 5 digits.

**Illinois**

Mixed; 3 digits filled by decimal followed by more digits. (E.g. "471.0000", "475.000900", "471.000001").

**Indiana**

Mixed; leads with rb and followed by 8 digits.

**Iowa**

Mixed; leads with a character (b or s) and followed by 8 digits.

**Kansas**

Numeric only; generally up to 6 digits.

**Kentucky**

Numeric only; 4 or more digits.

**Louisiana**

Mixed; prefix indicating license type, followed by a dot, followed by 10 digits, followed by a dot, followed by a suffix which sometimes has a character and hyphen.

**Maine**

Mixed; 2 character prefix indicating license type, followed by 6 digits.

**Maryland**

Numeric only; up to 6 digits.

**Massachusetts**

Mixed; 7 digits, sometimes followed by a hyphen and two characters.

**Michigan**

Numeric only; 10 digits.

**Minnesota**

Numeric only; up to 8 digits.

**Mississippi**

Two formats: numeric only and up to 5 digits or with “s-” prefix followed by 5 digits.

**Missouri**

Numeric only; 10 digits.

**Montana**

Mixed; three 3 character prefixes separated by hyphens (ie “rre-bro-lic-”) and followed by 5 digits.

**Nebraska**

Numeric only; up to 8 digits.

**Nevada**

Numeric only; up to 6 digits.

**New Hampshire**

Numeric only; up to 5 digits.

**New Jersey**

Numeric only; exactly 7 digits with leading zeroes.

**New Mexico**

Numeric only; up to 5 digits.

**New York**

Mixed; 11 characters, some fully numeric, others with alpha characters in the 3rd and 4th positions (E.g. "10301200010", "30no1090200", "49zw0966700")

**North Carolina**

Numeric only; 2 or more digits without leading zeroes.

**North Dakota**

Numeric only; up to 4 digits.

**Ohio**

Mixed; prefix indicating license type, followed by a dot, followed by exactly 10 digits with leading zeroes. (i.e. "brk.0000012345", "brkp.0000123456", "sal.0000123456").

**Oklahoma**

Numeric only; up to 6 digits.

**Oregon**

Digits only; exactly 9 digits without leading zeroes.

**Pennsylvania**

Mixed; sometimes two character prefix, followed by 6 digits, followed by 1 character.

**Rhode Island**

Mixed; prefix (“reb.” or “res.”) followed by 7 digits.

**South Carolina**

Numeric only; up to 6 digits.

**South Dakota**

Numeric only; up to 5 digits.

**Tennessee**

Numeric only; up to 6 digits.

**Texas**

Numeric only; 4 or more digits without leading zeroes.

**Utah**

Mixed; 8 digits followed by a hyphen, two characters, and 00.

**Vermont**

Mixed; two digits followed by a dot and up to 7 digits.

**Virginia**

Numeric only; 10 digits.

**Washington**

Numeric only; up to 6 digits.

**West Virginia**

Mixed; prefix (wv or wvs) followed by 7 digits.

**Wisconsin**

Numeric only; up to 5 digits.

**Wyoming**

Two formats: numeric only (up to 5 digits) or prefix (“re-”) followed by 5 digits.

**Washington, DC**

Mixed; prefix indicating license type, followed by 1 or more digits.