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Spotted! Real Rubbish Chav Number Plates

Spotted! Real Rubbish Chav Number Plates

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Mr E Driver

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8,542 posts

90 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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This was posted on another thread and is a real rubbish plate IMO of course....

Maybe high time we have a thread for these chav plates especially with ANPR they are now getting rarer.

DaveL86

847 posts

83 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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Mr E Driver said:
Maybe high time we have a thread for these chav plates especially with ANPR they are now getting rarer.
Thankfully!

That really is an example of a muppet! mis-spaced, screw to make it misrepresent, missing BS AU 145d marking and the name and postcode of
the plate supplier (if the car is 2001+).

The DVLA should take plates off people who do this and force the car onto a Q plate for its life in my opinion.

North West Tom

10,290 posts

83 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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Anyone know what car INN1T is on?

slomax

3,927 posts

98 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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DaveL86 said:
The DVLA should take plates off people who do this and force the car onto a Q plate for its life in my opinion.
theres nothing wrong with Q plates! instead they should have the KN08 series of plates with the last three letters their initials

dudleybloke

11,841 posts

92 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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it was on a 300C.

the biggest shock was it WASN'T badged up as a bentley!

wonder how much it cost him for the privilidge of looking like a mook!

luke thomas... hang your head in shame!

Edited by dudleybloke on Monday 22 February 04:41

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10JH

2,070 posts

100 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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North West Tom said:
Anyone know what car INN1T is on?
In Hong Kong I saw it on a AMV8!:


Vee

2,755 posts

140 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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North West Tom said:
Anyone know what car INN1T is on?
Cannot be a UK plate.

The Hypno-Toad

8,697 posts

111 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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There is a knackered old Scooby WRX import that trundles around my area with the usual naff add-ons. (dustbin exhaust, 'kicking' sound system, monster alloys, blacked out glass).
But of course its number plate is also more than a little chav. It's italic, illegally spaced, features the name of the driver and his 'ho' at the bottom and has a lovely print border of ganja leaves round the edge......

And I bet he spents most of Sunday nights at Burger King bhing to his mates about how the police keep hassling him. rolleyes

Chris71

21,035 posts

148 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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Chelmsford - that bastion of taste and decency - used to have two particularly fine examples. I forget the exact 'spelling' but it was something like:

B16 B0Y

and

F1T BRD

I can only hope that Big Boy and Fit Bird eventually got together and had moronic, insecure children who were GR8.

ZOLLAR

18,296 posts

79 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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if its X111 KET my search brings back

Make : NISSAN
Model : NAVARA DCI SE
CC : 2488
Reg Date: 29/09/2005

Fuel : DIESEL
Colour : WHITE

but the bumper in pic looks to low to be a navara??

edo

15,169 posts

171 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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My 911 had a private plate on it still when I looked at it at the dealer. I didnt even realise what it was supposed to say..

How crap is that?!


Woodstar

392 posts

80 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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Someone was trying to sell S7 FVF (a £245 plate from DVLA) for £15,000 as with black screw caps it would spell S7 EVE (STEVE!)

yellowbentines

3,846 posts

113 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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Absolutely any 'personalised' plate where the name/phrase/word the plate is attempting to spell out has to be printed at the bottom of the plate in small print, almost as an explanation - n900 cla doesn't translate to the world as nicola just because you've written it in small print, at best it says ngoocla, which is a stupid name for anyone to have smile

Munkeyfeet

400 posts

86 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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I think it might be X10 KET rather than X111 KET - he has just missed the top of the 0 off from the pic.


edo

15,169 posts

171 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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Munkeyfeet said:
I think it might be X10 KET rather than X111 KET - he has just missed the top of the 0 off from the pic.
no, the bottom of the U is a screw cap. What a nobber.

TheRoadWarrior

1,226 posts

84 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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Never seen the point of private plates, just make me laugh. Saw DRO8 TOP on an BMW 1 series convertable this morning.. LMAO.

Hub

3,187 posts

104 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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I saw J80 GON rearranged to look like "JOG ON" on an X5 at the weekend - only the 8 kinda gets in the way (despite trying to hide the middle part it still looks like JOOG ON)

Edited by Hub on Monday 22 February 12:24

T89 Callan

8,422 posts

99 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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K1 NGS

Anyone who would pay £231k for that is clearly a CHAV with money (or a taste impaired moron)

I also see a Corsa most days with E3 MHA spaced to E3MHA, I assume it's meant to say Emma and just about sums up the CHAV goons who buy private plates.

Edited by T89 Callan on Monday 22 February 12:39

lescombes

966 posts

116 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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Time has come to do away with the lot of 'em....... give everyone a plate that relates to them and transfers from car to car.... rather than these tw*t plates

Mr E Driver

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8,542 posts

90 months

Monday 22nd February 2010
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