Buying Cherished Numbers By choosing Motor Marks Cherished Numbers and Personalised Registration Plates to purchase your chosen DVLA cherished number plates you will have peace of mind. We deal with all necessary documentation and also with the government office to ensure that your cherished registration transfer is completed as quickly and efficiently as possible. Selling Cherished Numbers Motor Marks Cherished Numbers and Personalised Registration Plates will make every effort to sell your own cherished number plates, and will endeavour to reach the agreed selling price.
We handle all relevant documentation and will liaise with the DVLA Swansea CPU office to ensure that the number plates transfer is proceeding. Once we have received notification that your car registration number plate has been successfully transferred we will send payment out to you. Different Types of Car Registrations The Suffix Style Car Registrations are registration numbers that were issued between 1st February and 31st July The letter 'A' denotes a car registration which was issued during and the letter 'B' would be a registration issued during Each year a new letter was issued through the alphabet excluding the letters, I, O, Q, U and Z until 31st July Some examples of a suffix style car registration would be HAR 19Y or PAT 47M etc.
These types of registration numbers can only be transferred to vehicles registered from February onwards. From 1st August until 31st August only Prefix Style Car Registrations were issued. During this period the letter denoting the year of registration was moved from the end of the registration number to the beginning in a similar manner to that applied to the suffix style registrations.
Some examples of the prefix style car registrations would be: C JON, T6 ASK or M9 JKC etc. These types of registrations can only be transferred to vehicles registered from August upwards. Current Style Number Plates are registration numbers that start with 2 letters at the front - the area identifier - followed by two numbers which denote the year of registration. These are updated every 6 months beginning with 51 which were issued in September The next issue was March 1st with the number 02, and then every six months thereafter each September and March respectively.
Some examples of the current style car registrations would be SM17 HYJ or AB51 ANO. These types of registrations can only be transferred to vehicles registered from September onwards. Dateless, or 'Antique' and Irish Cherished Numbers do not contain a suffix or prefix letter and are considered to be the original Cherished Number Plates. Examples of this style of registration would be: Also available from Motor Marks Personalised Registration Plates and Cherished Numbers are Irish registrations such as GUI 1 or PIL 15 which are issued with two or three letters followed by between one and four numbers.
Irish registrations always contain an I or a Z as well as a number between 1 and Consequently, dateless plates can be transferred to any age vehicle since the age-related rule will not apply. To follow are a few examples available from stock at the time of writing: CG issued in Hampshire in Nov. Obviously, they were able to release nice short plates like 38 TR, 61 CB or 72 SP in the form of certificate of entitlement.
Even, previously issued reversed series like the "CD" marks hadn't all been actually allocated to vehicles and so 48 CD and 74 CD were eligible for release. These are all very attractive dateless number plates and, with particular reference to the 'CD' series, to be able to obtain CD 48 or CD 74 would be next to impossible since both marks may have been issued around Even so, such ancient marks do exist, for example CD 1 was maybe still is on the mayor's car in Brighton, CD 97 was on an early 's De Dion Bouton and CD was on a Quadrant cc motorcycle when I last checked my source.
I suppose, as a recently retired number plate dealer, if I'm pressed I prefer the marks which have some history behind them like: KSR on a matchless motor-cycle, PT on a standard Ensign , GAD on a James motorbike cc or MRY on a bike. These are all vehicles which have passed through our hands over the many years we have been in this business.
Don't let me put you off the DVLA auction marks - the short plates can look absolutely stunning on a vehicle: Yes, we go to DVLA auctions as well - we're certainly one of the top buyers and we also undertake commission bids for interested clients.
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