What C124PPY personalised plates have you seen recently?

What C124PPY personalised plates have you seen recently?

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Shaw Tarse

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Wednesday 12th August 2015
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Sir Bagalot

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115 months

Wednesday 12th August 2015
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Shouldn't it be C124PPY plates?laugh

DickyC

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132 months

Wednesday 12th August 2015
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Paddington earlier this evening.

sue20

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81 months

Wednesday 12th August 2015
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Says UKCG Group at the bottom.

Deerfoot

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118 months

Wednesday 12th August 2015
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DickyC said:


Paddington earlier this evening.
Correct spacing and font isn't it?

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addz86

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120 months

Wednesday 12th August 2015
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^ quite like that one

Sir Bagalot

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115 months

Wednesday 12th August 2015
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DickyC said:


Paddington earlier this evening.
Nowt wrong with that

iva cosworth

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97 months

Wednesday 12th August 2015
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I should have stopped for a pic seeing as I drove past it twice today but a van with a fitness company name on it

had F11*** modded to read F1T ***.

It deffo wasn't F1 T**,there was 3 letters,the second 1 was changed to a T.

I'll grab a pic some other time.

HairbearTE

686 posts

88 months

Wednesday 12th August 2015
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Sir Bagalot said:
DickyC said:


Paddington earlier this evening.
Nowt wrong with that
Nowt wrong, and a nice plate if you're a BHA fan.

2 sMoKiN bArReLs

21,424 posts

169 months

Thursday 13th August 2015
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DickyC said:


Paddington earlier this evening.
Only thing wrong with that is the self tappers holding it!

vpr

2,574 posts

172 months

Thursday 13th August 2015
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DickyC said:


Paddington earlier this evening.
Good plate....particularly here in St Ives

ST150HB

442 posts

83 months

Thursday 13th August 2015
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L1SA W on a Mercedes, Plymouth.


smithyithy

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52 months

Thursday 13th August 2015
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JuniorD

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157 months

Thursday 13th August 2015
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smithyithy said:
I've seen it all now. Please shoot me.

Hi

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112 months

Thursday 13th August 2015
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A few weeks back in Swindon, a sports bike overtook me with a square plate reading:

S3LF
M4D3

Obviously not in anyway a legal numberplate and just something someone has made up, but how do they get away with it?

Durzel

6,648 posts

102 months

Thursday 13th August 2015
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Hi said:
A few weeks back in Swindon, a sports bike overtook me with a square plate reading:

S3LF
M4D3

Obviously not in anyway a legal numberplate and just something someone has made up, but how do they get away with it?
They get away with it the same way people who drive without insurance, tax, etc do - by virtue of the chances of being stopped by an actual Police car being vanishingly small relative to number of journeys done. That and the "defence" of saying "it's my show plate I forgot to take off guv" or whatever.

AGK

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89 months

Thursday 13th August 2015
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smithyithy said:
Wow...

marcgti6

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147 months

Thursday 13th August 2015
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smithyithy said:
Holy st! That's funny, amazing and tragically sad, all at the same time.

You must have to be a massively self important wker to think that anyone could actually give a st what your full name and date of birth is.

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smithyithy

3,958 posts

52 months

Thursday 13th August 2015
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It's probably one of the worse I've ever spotted. Bodged / misspelled ones are bad enough, but this is a whole new level of 'CARE ABOUT ME!!!'

SteveS Cup

1,826 posts

94 months

Thursday 13th August 2015
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I recently saw B4G UP on a tidy looking Ford Escort Estate being driven by the most 80's looking pornstar in the world!