Best number plate ever
?Do foreign registration strings have to be displayed with their native number plate appearances?
Yes. When I imported my German Van, I had to keep the original German pressed metal plates, with the correct font etc, until it was registered in the UK then change to our horrible plastic plates.Posted 4 years agokcalSubscriber
Retired minister round here had OLD 100, old Scottish hymn tune.
Plenty of cars (with road attachments) around with variations on R 5 PEY (River Spey)
And just seen in town – RSO4L. Not sure if that’s intentional!
Also sure I’ve seen HE 4 RTS – to spell HEARTS – but that doesn’t work. hm.Posted 4 years agoredstripeMember
In the 80’s I used to see a Porsche in Windsor with TUR13O and another car with SAM130 which we thought odd and offensive. There was also PPD 1 on a car which caused great amusement as there was someone who used to draw male bits all over town known as the Phantom Pr***k Drawer, not quite Banksy. Sadly I had XLV750R on my Honda motorbike as that what it was. A local plumber has PO0 2 BOG.Posted 4 years agonedrapierSubscriber
My dad had R3 for a few years. Bit of history to it – was originally the reg. of the 3rd car to be registered in Derbyshire, aparently.
The ones with a letter first are “originals”; any with the number first were made up by the DVLA in 19whenveritwas for vanity/money making purposesPosted 4 years ago
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