Amazing Facts to know about Personalized Plates

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"Personalized number plates aren’t new. They have a deep and rich history since the introduction of vehicle registrations in 1903. In this presentation, we’ll highlight some amazing facts about personalised number plates that you probably didn’t know.

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Amazing Facts You Need To Know About Personalized Plates:

Amazing Facts You Need To Know About Personalized Plates

Introduction:

Introduction Personalized number plates aren’t new. They have a deep and rich history since the introduction of vehicle registrations in 1903. In this presentation, we’ll highlight some amazing facts about personalised number plates that you probably didn’t know

1. The power of 1:

1. The power of 1 ONE. Yes; one and nothing else. This number plate is recognised as the most expensive plate in the world, and it was sold at a staggering price of Dh31 million to Mr. Abdullah Al Mahri in Abu Dhabi.

2. No offensive Plates Please:

2. No offensive Plates Please The DVLA registration committee meet twice a year before the release of new registrations in March and September to remove any potentially offensive registration from the series about to be released. However, some do manage to slip through. Keep an eye out for them.

3. The history of T 8:

3. The history of T 8 The earliest known celebrity car registration was owned by Harry Tate, a Music Hall Artist. The number was T 8 . Currently, it’s owned by Johnny Tate of the Tate and Lyle sugar company.

4. The ban of J1 HAD:

4. The ban of J1 HAD The number plate J1 HAD was banned as soon as the “J” registrations were issued in 1991. That’s because it spelt Jihad. The DVLA then decided to ban any number plate having any similarity to that word: Jihad (e.g. JH11 HAD, J14 HAD etc.).

5. Personalized plates are a TOP investment:

5. Personalized plates are a TOP investment It’s a pretty well-known fact that personalized plates provide good investment opportunities. A simple example can demonstrate this. The 1 A number plate fetched £160,000 at an auction in 1989. If it ever comes up for auction again, it would likely cost a record price of £500,000 (more than double its initial price).

6. Robbie Williams’ S8 RRY:

6. Robbie Williams’ S8 RRY Robbie Williams, the famous singer cum songwriter purchased the registration number S8 RRY for his new Ferrari. He bought that particularly plate to say sorry to his fans for spending too much money on his new car.

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