What Does FP mean on a license plate?
FP on license plate means “fleet plate.” US states such as Illinois or Oregon offer fleet plates. Usually, fleet plates can get motor vehicles owned or leased by a company, or government agency, or other organization rather than some individual. For example, feet plate can get public utilities, car rental companies, taxicab companies, police departments, public bus companies. Many businesses purchase or lease fleet vehicles to deliver goods to customers or sales representatives to travel to clients.
In some countries, a grey fleet is a title given to personal vehicles used for business purposes. Usually, employee-owned vehicles that have a grey fleet are being regularly used for business travel.
The fleet manager or Transport manager manages vehicles using fleet management software. In addition, vehicles may be connected to a fleet telematics system through a Fleet Management System or FMS.
In the US, you can make applications for fleet plates.
Illinois FP license plate
To get an FP license plate in Illinois, you need to contact the Illinois Department of Central Management Services at the address and number below:
200 East Ash
Springfield, IL 62704
8 AM – 4:30 PM
The U.S. state of Illinois first required its residents to register their motor vehicles in 1907. Registrants provided their own license plates for display until 1911 when the state began to issue plates. The Illinois Secretary of State currently issues plates.