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Aug
19

Personalising your Car

Your car says a lot about you: your style, your personality, even your lifestyle.  Driving a sporty little roadster makes you a different person to someone who drives a beefy truck.  You may add pinstripes, detailing, or even have the car painted your favourite shade of magenta.  But there’s one more thing you can add to the car that will truly make it stand out, and that’s...
Aug
6

Fun Plate Numbers

Are the registration plates on your car. . . boring?  Are they the standard ones issued by the DVLA?  Have you seen personalised plates on cars about town and thought about what fun it might be to have them on your own car?  Did you know it’s easier than ever before to create your own fun number plates? Many websites allow you to input plate numbers and see if they’re...
Aug
6

How to Register Your Car in the UK

The United Kingdom, like all other countries, has its own rules regarding car registration.  When you buy a new or used car, that vehicle must be registered with the DVLA, the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency.  There are many DVLA offices throughout the country, but the Internet has made the process much easier and faster.  While you’re likely to still need a visit to a DVLA office...
Jul
6

Where to print your personalised number plate

Spent thousands on your private number plate? Don’t forget to get a good print; or your great number plate won’t have the visual impact it should have. Number plate printers use different technology to print plates, and although they all should adhere to the standards that the DVLA set, they may not be of equal quality. Quality is often affected by price, so trying to save a few pounds by going...
Jun
28

What Does My Car Number Plate Mean?

For almost as long as there have been cars on the road in the UK, there have been car number plates, or vehicle registration plates, attached to them.  Each of these plates displays a seemingly random series of letters and numbers, usually in reflective material unless the plate is extremely old. On many plates you’ll see the EU Country Identifier at the far left. The identifier for Great...

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