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fosy  Male  Leicestershire 27-Oct-2019 17:16 Message #4760624
a gorgeous aston martin, finished in black, passed me today from the opposite direction.
the number plate had been doctored to read "minge ", it raised a smile !

didnt get to see if it was a female driver [sorry, but when there is an aston around, women come a close second ;¬) ].

what interesting number plates have been spotted ?
Male
NotHermit  Male  Derbyshire 27-Oct-2019 17:37 Message #4760627
I can remember seeing a cinema advertise a CL INT EASTWOOD film
They doctored the words, with no space between L and I.
Female
Victoriana11  Female  Buckinghamshire 28-Oct-2019 07:42 Message #4760683
I have a funny one but better not put it on here
Male
badman  Male  Suffolk 28-Oct-2019 08:03 Message #4760687
One I saw in Norfolk on a Porsche. P16 PEN.
Male
fosy  Male  Leicestershire 28-Oct-2019 11:28 Message #4760722
vic,

c,mon, stop teasing...you could at least allude to what it says !
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FirmButFair-TrollPatrol  Male  North Yorkshire 28-Oct-2019 11:29 Message #4760723
V14GRA .. that plate keeps popping up.
Male
RumBassiousPenguin  Male  Essex 28-Oct-2019 18:35 Message #4760760
BA55 PRO Just for me!
Male
terry  Male  West Yorkshire 28-Oct-2019 18:54 Message #4760767
I don't understand the laws governing number plates any more, I thought they had to still be readable as an identification plate? many of the ones 'round here use an almost unreadable font plus the letters/numbers all merge into forming the intended word.

I found the idea of them humorous as a teenager, now they just look daft most of the time.
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HotOrWot  Male  Lancashire 28-Oct-2019 21:21 Message #4760815
I thought they had to still be readable as an identification plate?

The law governs size, font and spaces and also the size and shape of the plate itself. I’d guess APNR can decipher sone discrepancies.
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fosy  Male  Leicestershire 28-Oct-2019 22:28 Message #4760832
terry,

h.o.w is right about the specifics of the plate.

the police can prosecute but they dont appear to bother, even though technically doctored plates could be used to avoid fines by speeding/red light cameras.

a doctored plate will fail the mot so they put the original plates on for the test.


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