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Blog Archive for July 2007

DVLA are causing a scandal again with their latest manoeuvre – censoring of the new 57 plates.I hear cries of "what’s in a number?" - when it comes to value and variety; surely 57’s got the flavour? OK, well maybe people...

By Peter Jepson

This new private members’ Act was passed to become law on Thursday 19th July 2007. It seeks to simplify the process of transferring registrations between buyers and sellers, and create a safer process that reduces the potential for...

By Peter Jepson

The Seattle Times’ Top 20 most read news stories has placed a story about a number plate as the fifth most read online article for 2005. Why all the fuss about a personalised number plate? Well, the registration mirrored the formula...

By Peter Jepson

Scottish number plate prefix SN has been hastily replaced with TN in Edinburgh because DVLA officials have deemed the prefix too "offensive". The DVLA has already released SN05 and SN06, so why the change of heart with 07? Well, the plates...

By Peter Jepson

Well, the bidding on the number plates CEO 1 and CEO 2 has finally closed. CEO 1 sold for a whopping £154,100.01. The bidding on CEO 2 ended on £10,000 (its reserve was not met). For those who are new to the story, we’ve...

By Peter Jepson

A partnership recently formed in Oxford has the intention of curbing surging numbers of car number plate thefts through the use of new anti–theft screws. The partnership, formed a year ago by Oxford council and the Oxford Safer...

By Peter Jepson

There has been a lot of talk in the press and on television over the past few days about the race to buy number plates CEO 1 and CEO 2 at auction. It’s easy to see why people have been clamouring to buy the coveted plates, which are for sale on...

By Peter Jepson

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