The GMRS license plate number is a unique identifier that identifies the car’s owner.
The license plate comes with a number on it that can be found on the windshield and is used to identify the vehicle’s owner in most states.
The Alaska license plates are a little different, as they have a “T” that indicates that they have been assigned to a vehicle that is owned by a person who is not a resident of Alaska.
The license plate numbers are assigned based on the owner’s home state, which may or may not be Alaska.
The Alaska plates were issued from 2010-2015.