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DVLA began selling private plates in the late eighties holding high-value auctions run by auctioneers ’Christies’ and ‘Bonhams’ selling plates like 1J, 1A, K1 NGS (£240,000).The most expensive number sold at a DVLA personalised registrations auction is 51 NGH which raised £245,000 whilst S1 NGH “only” made £86,000 during a similar auction in 1998.I suppose, as a recently retired number plate dealer, if I'm pressed I prefer the marks which have some history behind them like: KSR 782 on a 1953 matchless motor-cycle, 2721 PT on a standard Ensign 1961, GAD 436 on a 1946 James motorbike 125cc or MRY 234 on a 1955 bike.These are all vehicles which have passed through our hands over the many years we have been in this business.In French, vehicle registration plates are called .The latter makes a reference to the national mining administration, which was responsible for issuing the plates in the early 20th century.We cannot be beaten on price for such cheap car number plates and these are being offered at incredible, cheap knockdown prices, most number plates are on a limited special offer, and nearly all so cheap that they are below £1,000.We will arrange the cherished number plate transfer of your chosen cheap car registration number plate through the DVLA vehicle registration processing office upon receipt of your correct DVLA Vehicle registration number plate documents which will be requested once we have your payment.
The DVLA issues Driving Licenses, organise collection of vehicle excise duty (sometimes known as car tax and road fund license) and sells “DVLA number plates” (that many refer to as private plates, personalised registrations, cherished numbers to name but a few).
These are all very attractive dateless number plates and, with particular reference to the ' CD' series, to be able to obtain CD 48 or CD 74 would be next to impossible since both marks may have been issued around 1905.
Even so, such ancient marks do exist, for example CD 1 was (maybe still is) on the mayor's car in Brighton, CD 97 was on an early 1900's De Dion Bouton and CD 132 was on a 1903 Quadrant 232cc motorcycle when I last checked my source.
Since 1901, various systems have been successively introduced, the most recent dating from 2009.
The registration plates issued since 2009 use a XX-NNN-ZZ format, composed of a series of 7 alphanumeric characters: 2 letters, 3 numbers, and then 2 letters (e.g. This format is monitored nationwide and car plates are permanent and attached to a single vehicle from its first registration to its disposal.Many people like to have their name or initials on their number plate.