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Mr E Driver

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8,542 posts

71 months

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Monday 22nd February 2010 quote quote all
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

64 months

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Monday 22nd February 2010 quote quote all
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

10,017 posts

64 months

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

slomax

3,608 posts

79 months

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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

8,568 posts

73 months

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Monday 22nd February 2010 quote quote all
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

81 months

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


Vee

2,448 posts

121 months

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

The Hypno-Toad

8,075 posts

92 months

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Monday 22nd February 2010 quote quote all
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

20,749 posts

129 months

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Monday 22nd February 2010 quote quote all
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

17,226 posts

60 months

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Monday 22nd February 2010 quote quote all
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

14,581 posts

152 months

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Monday 22nd February 2010 quote quote all
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

61 months

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Monday 22nd February 2010 quote quote all
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

3,698 posts

94 months

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Monday 22nd February 2010 quote quote all
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

381 posts

67 months

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Monday 22nd February 2010 quote quote all
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

14,581 posts

152 months

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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

65 months

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

Hub

2,774 posts

85 months

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Monday 22nd February 2010 quote quote all
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

80 months

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Monday 22nd February 2010 quote quote all
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

938 posts

97 months

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Monday 22nd February 2010 quote quote all
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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