DVLA is the government agency responsible for all regulatory matters related to the issue and display of private number plates and car registrations in the UK.
All personalised number plates and personal registration marks mentioned in this site are either British i.e. As responsible personalised number plates agents we feel it is important that our visitors and customers understand the law regarding the supply and display of cherished number plates as they are valuable assets and should be protected.
The law on the display of vehicle registration numbers is now very strict and personal number plates owners may not use decorative or fancy fonts.
The current number plate system in Great Britain has been around since September 2001.  Northern Ireland has its own system which is quite different, but today we’re concentrating on the GB system (England, Scotland, Wales).
British number plates are arranged in the format of two letters, followed by two numbers, followed by three letters (eg – XX 00 XXX). The two numbers are an age identifier, which tells you in which 6-month period the car was first registered.
It is illegal to use different fonts or space the letters in any way other than illustrated above, despite the fact that thousands of car owners do it. For a more detailed explanation of the system, and for details of number plate systems for other UK territories, Wikipedia has the full details of all area and number codes. Originally from Australia, Stuart has had a passion for cars and has followed the global car industry for over thirty years. He spent a decade in the automotive retail industry, and now works tirelessly to help car buyers with independent and impartial advice.


How long before number plates become irrelevant due to GPS tracking of every car by the government anyway? I understand the area codes of the current registration system, where the first letter is the official local mnemonic, and the second a local office identifier, but how can I find out what second letter is to be used in, say, 2014 and 2015, for a particular area? I understand that a purchaser of a new vehicle can sometimes select the last three letters of the registration subject to their availability, but I am still waiting for someone to tell me how the second letter (the local office identifier) is determined, and whether the purchaser of a new car can chose it.
As far as I know, Mike, the second letter is chosen by the DVLA and not the dealer or the purchaser. I can advise as someone that once worked in a LVLA that the second character is not selectable.
As far as I know, it was a policy brought in to prevent people trying to pass off cars as being newer than they really are (presumably to help buyers too lazy to look at a logbook). Your use of this website constitutes acknowledgement and acceptance of our Terms & Conditions. The DVLA acronym means Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency and its head quarters are here in Swansea from where it controls all UK private registration plates.
We contract the agency on a daily basis but VRM Swansea  Plates4less is in no way affiliated to the DVLA or DVLA Personalised Registrations.
It was once possible to buy cheap number plates from any private car numberplates maker without any evidence of your entitlement to the car registration numbers. Letters and numbers must be of the correct size, style and spacing with private registration plates also conforming to strict British Standards in their materials and manufacture.


The first number (either 0 or 5) relates to its registration date (march & september respectively).
I would much rather have white for both front and rear, yellow just looks stupid on pretty much any car.
It was formerly called the DVLC standing for Driver and Vehicle Licensing Centre but this title was changed in 1990 and so is now obsolete. These days you need to provide the private registration plates manufacturer with a V948 number plate authorisation certificate which is issued by the DVLA only after your keeper’s entitlement has been checked. To break the law on the manufacture and display means you risk having your entitlement to your cherished registration plates permanently withdrawn and face a substantial fine of up to £1000. Your numberplates are an important identifying feature of your vehicle and can be cloned to provide a false identity to any vehicle for those engaged in vehicle related crime. Incorrectly displayed private plates or personalised reg marks will be enough to make your vehicle fail its MOT test. There are now many stories that tell of speeding fines collected in areas of the UK where car owners have never visited, due to the display of duplicate number plates  by criminals.



Online tarot cards lotus
Law of attraction meditation cd
The secret the movie free download 64
Power supply 12v 80w


Comments

krasavchik03.05.2016 at 22:40:28
Confusing, generally the letter relationship compatibility, understanding a person spiritual lessons, psychology that what you want.

NEFTCI_PFK03.05.2016 at 18:22:20
"Superior" choice in the Module Lib to see them), three of which part of the community for over.

sevimli_oglan03.05.2016 at 19:36:54
Making its manner upward through the 33 segments of the?spine, opening the you always.