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Chinese autorities has banned some vehicles from roads in Beijing, a move to cut down pollution ahead of the Olympics. The ban, effective yesterday, didn't seem to make a immediate difference. The city was as smoggy as before and roads were as clogged. The next move on the polution battle plan is to allow vehicles on the road on odd and even days, depending on their licence plate numbers.

Please correct any mistakes.
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Chinese authorities have banned some vehicles from roads in Beijing, in a move to cut down pollution ahead of the Olympics. The ban, effective yesterday, didn't seem to make an immediate difference. The city was as smoggy as before and roads were as clogged. The next move on the pollution battle plan is to allow vehicles on the road on odd and even days, depending on their license ? plate numbers.

I think the usual US spelling is "license plate", if you're writing in US English?
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Thanks, Mr. Wordy. It was a typo. Emotion: sad
Is the following understandable "on the road on odd and even days,"?
New2grammarIs the following understandable "on the road on odd and even days,"?

To me, yes. I take it to mean odd-numbered and even-numbered days of the month.
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