Many people are understandably confused about the effects Brexit will have on Great Britain. From food supplies to healthcare, funding for regional areas and even things like education and small businesss, nobody is quite sure what’s going to happen. But the most important thing on everybody's mind is clearly? Number plates after Brexit.
Number plates can be personal, and they can represent many things, be it a family member, name, initial, even a pet! But number plates can also be rude and sometimes even offensive.
Number plates are big business. And unsurprisingly the most sought after registrations are often the most expensive number plates on the market.
National Numbers have been in the private registration game for almost 40 years. During that time, we’ve seen a huge number of memorable reg plates, and have millions of number plate combinations currently available for sale.
November 2019 brings with it the release of the much anticipated 20 registration plate series. This provides a rare opportunity to pick up an incredibly sought-after private reg, with almost 8,000,000 DVLA number plates to choose from.
Car cloning has been hitting the news headlines again and causing concern for legitimate vehicle owners, the DVLA and law enforcement alike.
For the first time ever the DVLA will be offering Irish number plates for sale in their live auction at the end of February. Plates include BAZ 84 and IFZ 9
Small time criminal wins lottery and splashes out on luxury cars and expensive private number plates
Controversy caused by Jeremy Clarkson and Top Gear, using an offensive number plate referencing the Falklands War, when travelling in Argentina