Search our registration plates ... Type your initials, names, car makes or models, just about anything into our Search Plates ... box or alternatively you can just browse our own extensive stock of quality cherished number plates. Good Luck!
Make an offer ... use our Make an offer link when you are on your chosen plate. We will then contact you. You have no immediate obligation to purchase at your offer price and all sensible offers will be considered. Register your interest before its gone!
Registration plates are now part of the MOT test
Vehicles with incorrectly displayed registration plates are now failing the annual MOT test.
Since 1st October 2007 the requirement regarding the correct display of number plates was introduced as part of the MOT Test.
All Number plates need to meet the following requirement. They must be present, secure, show the correct registration, colour and be the correct size, format and font.
The MOT tester does not have to actually measure the visual dimensions but they have to confirm that they meet the required specifications.
VOSA has produced a leaflet ‘Registration plates and the MOT test” which outlines the changes. This can be viewed at www.vosa.gov.uk
Correct Display of your Number plates
VEHICLE REGISTRATION MARKS offered for sale and purchased must be displayed in accordance with The Road Vehicles (Display of Registration Marks) Regulations 2001 (obtainable from HMSO). The Regulations specify the typeface, the size, colouring and the British Standard that number plates must conform to.
It is important to stay within the legal requirement when displaying your new number plates on your vehicle. Any number plates illegally displayed are done so at the vehicle owners risk and if enforced by the authorities they can be withdrawn from entitlement and the owner could lose their right to display their number plate with no financial compensation.
For further details of how and what you can legally display on your number plate please see the link below.
This is a DVLA issued document and is therefore the correct information issued by the Department of Transport.
To view the DVLA information document for the display of Registration Marks for Motor Vehicles (V796) please click here (PDF) document