Czech "CZ" EU Car Sticker

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous (Czech-Related)' started by evian, Feb 6, 2005.

  1. evian

    evian Well-Known Member

    Hi to all,
    I was just wandering if there is anywhere (maybe on the internet) that I can buy the "CZ" car bumper sticker. I am talking about the horizontal-oval shaped one with the blue background and EU stars around the "CZ" intitials (the sticker that is commonly placed on cars to state nationality throughout Europe). I realise that there are many places in Europe to purchase these car stickers however, as I reside in Australia, I am not aware of any place nearby that sells this sought of thing, so I guess the internet is the only available option. Does anyone know a place on the internet where I can buy this??
  2. Tomanka

    Tomanka Member

  3. evian

    evian Well-Known Member

    Thanks for your reply,
    However, I could not find what i was looking for NOR any Czech bumper stickers. :? :(
  4. szarkafarka

    szarkafarka Well-Known Member

    I am afraid the only sticker allowed in the CR is simple, oval, black and white, with the letters CZ, and definitely with no stars.
  5. marketa137

    marketa137 Member

    Good and bad news. I am 100 % positive that i have seen the horizontal-oval shaped EU stickers (blue with stars) here. You can easily buy them in any Information Centre or stationers.

    I have tried hard but didnt find any place where you could buy them online, though. Maybe, if you provide me with your address, i could ship it to you myself.
  6. uuspoiss

    uuspoiss Well-Known Member

    AFAIK they're all allowed, but the traditional oval one (black letters on white background) is the offical marker of the car's "home country", while all the variations with stars are just a way to express the driver's emotions towards the EU :)
  7. szarkafarka

    szarkafarka Well-Known Member

    Maybe in Estonsko. In our country it is NOT permitted to express emotions towards the EU on our cars. :)

    Ustanovení § 25 vyhláška č. 243/2001 Sb., o registraci vozidel - v platném znění:

    (1) Tabulka rozlišovací značky státu je tvořena elipsovitým tvarem o rozměrech minimálně 175 mm šířky a 115 mm výšky. V této tabulce jsou vepsány znaky tvořící písmena "CZ". Výška znaků je nejméně 80 mm a šířka čar znaků je nejméně 10 mm.
    (2) Tabulka rozlišovací značky státu je barevně provedena tak, že podklad je bílé barvy a znaky jsou černé barvy.
    (3) Po obvodu tabulky rozlišovací značky státu je barevný okraj, jehož šířka čáry je 4 mm. Barva okraje je černá.
    (4) Podklad rozlišovací značky státu může být vyroben v reflexním provedení a opatřen jistícími prvky. Na tabulce rozlišovací značky státu a v její těsné blízkosti se nesmí umístit žádné nápisy nebo rušivá vyobrazení, které by mohly snížit čitelnost rozlišovací značky státu.
    (5) Vzor rozlišovací značky České republiky je přílohou č. 15 vyhlášky.
  8. uuspoiss

    uuspoiss Well-Known Member

    With my bad Czech I can understand that the excerpt describes the appearance of the country sticker and also says that it shouldn't have any disturbing things which might make it harder to read. Right? We have exactly the same rules (I think even with the same measurements). This doesn't mean that you cannot have the sticker with stars, it's just that in that case it does not qualify as a "tabulka rozlišovací značky státu" (which may be required for eg crossing borders with the car). I saw much more of the starry stickers in the CR than there are in Estonia ;)
  9. Tomanka

    Tomanka Member


    I would return to the page I recommended here already.

    When you open it you can see two flags and one GB bumper sticker. Here it's called Oval Reflective Flag Decals. Now you click on that and you'll get to the page where they explain what it is and you can see some US stickers and International stickers. Now you will not see CZ there, but as they say, they only show here the most popular countries. For all other you can email them or call.
    you can see the price with the shipping cost, everything.
    Try again.


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