What C124PPY personalised plates have you seen? V01. 3

What C124PPY personalised plates have you seen? V01. 3

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JamesRF

687 posts

56 months

Sunday 10th November 2019
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MiguelCotto said:
I recently bought the a reg from the DVLA which is my postcode and my initials exactly. Should I hang myself now?
Why would you put your postcode on your plate? Better make sure you don’t move then laugh

Unlikely but if any undesirables take a fancy to your car and figured out the plate they’d know what area to go looking for your car when it’s parked up overnight!

DoubleD

14,486 posts

66 months

Sunday 10th November 2019
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nonsequitur said:
MiguelCotto said:
Most of these are perfectly ordinary private plates, some are actually very funny if you have a sense of humour.

What's the problem?
You have a lot to learn about chav-plates Miguel. They are not remotely funny. They are owned by drivers who think they are 'it', breaking the law and announcing themselves to all and sundry in the most childish of ways. drivingweeping
I find some of them funny, maybe I should be getting more upset about them.

Escort3500

6,986 posts

103 months

Sunday 10th November 2019
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DoubleD said:
nonsequitur said:
MiguelCotto said:
Most of these are perfectly ordinary private plates, some are actually very funny if you have a sense of humour.

What's the problem?
You have a lot to learn about chav-plates Miguel. They are not remotely funny. They are owned by drivers who think they are 'it', breaking the law and announcing themselves to all and sundry in the most childish of ways. drivingweeping
I find some of them funny, maybe I should be getting more upset about them.
Or just form a fan club with Miguel wink

tom101

59 posts

52 months

Sunday 10th November 2019
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MiguelCotto

70 posts

13 months

Sunday 10th November 2019
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JamesRF said:
Why would you put your postcode on your plate? Better make sure you don’t move then laugh

Unlikely but if any undesirables take a fancy to your car and figured out the plate they’d know what area to go looking for your car when it’s parked up overnight!
It's where I'm from. Doesn't matter if I move it's home. That with my initials is a number plate you can hang on to forever. Thought it was a no brainer for £250 tbh

I have a disklok and take my precautions anyway. A postcode region in a big city isn't an address

Kuji

785 posts

80 months

Sunday 10th November 2019
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Escort3500 said:
DoubleD said:
nonsequitur said:
MiguelCotto said:
Most of these are perfectly ordinary private plates, some are actually very funny if you have a sense of humour.

What's the problem?
You have a lot to learn about chav-plates Miguel. They are not remotely funny. They are owned by drivers who think they are 'it', breaking the law and announcing themselves to all and sundry in the most childish of ways. drivingweeping
I find some of them funny, maybe I should be getting more upset about them.
Or just form a fan club with Miguel wink
Or open a shop selling ‘my other car doesn’t scream sad moron because that ones number plate isn’t bodged’ stickers. wink

JamesRF

687 posts

56 months

Monday 11th November 2019
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MiguelCotto said:
It's where I'm from. Doesn't matter if I move it's home. That with my initials is a number plate you can hang on to forever. Thought it was a no brainer for £250 tbh

I have a disklok and take my precautions anyway. A postcode region in a big city isn't an address
Yeah fair enough, didn't really see it like that!

Also if you can grab a plate for relatively little money that means something then you can't go wrong biggrin

JamesRF

687 posts

56 months

Monday 11th November 2019
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Had “Shelby” in small text.


AlexRS2782

6,155 posts

171 months

Tuesday 12th November 2019
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One from PH classifieds - R5 OGP


nonsequitur

14,804 posts

74 months

Wednesday 13th November 2019
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AlexRS2782 said:
One from PH classifieds - R5 OGP

Must make an appointment to view that.

Escort3500

6,986 posts

103 months

Wednesday 13th November 2019
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nonsequitur said:
AlexRS2782 said:
One from PH classifieds - R5 OGP

Must make an appointment to view that.
It’ll be a long wait smile

uk66fastback

14,773 posts

229 months

Wednesday 13th November 2019
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Couple from the NEC at the weekend ...



Even Ferraris are not immune.


Jaguar steve

6,607 posts

168 months

Wednesday 13th November 2019
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DoubleD said:
nonsequitur said:
MiguelCotto said:
Most of these are perfectly ordinary private plates, some are actually very funny if you have a sense of humour.

What's the problem?
You have a lot to learn about chav-plates Miguel. They are not remotely funny. They are owned by drivers who think they are 'it', breaking the law and announcing themselves to all and sundry in the most childish of ways. drivingweeping
I find some of them funny, maybe I should be getting more upset about them.
Lets try some words associated with Chavplates to see what you think...

Illegal. Illiterate. Pretentious. Aspirational.

Not pretty is it? Of course it's not actually the plate to blame, it's the mindset of the Chavs who have them.

LARK F1 GTR

847 posts

104 months

Wednesday 13th November 2019
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A R61HAN - BMW 3 Series.

L H05JER - Ford Kuga.

EB1 1RAN - Mercedes Sprinter.

H C 11NEL - Vauxhall Astra (how I've written it, with all of the spaces) dogst!

CFZ1 *** - VW, a NI plate with the first number shoved next to the letters.

Macron

5,323 posts

124 months

Wednesday 13th November 2019
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DoubleD

14,486 posts

66 months

Thursday 14th November 2019
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Jaguar steve said:
DoubleD said:
nonsequitur said:
MiguelCotto said:
Most of these are perfectly ordinary private plates, some are actually very funny if you have a sense of humour.

What's the problem?
You have a lot to learn about chav-plates Miguel. They are not remotely funny. They are owned by drivers who think they are 'it', breaking the law and announcing themselves to all and sundry in the most childish of ways. drivingweeping
I find some of them funny, maybe I should be getting more upset about them.
Lets try some words associated with Chavplates to see what you think...

Illegal. Illiterate. Pretentious. Aspirational.

Not pretty is it? Of course it's not actually the plate to blame, it's the mindset of the Chavs who have them.
Yep, I still think some of them are funny.

AlexRS2782

6,155 posts

171 months

Thursday 14th November 2019
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FA14 RMS on a Citroen van with the trader specialising in alarm systems.

I was going to bung it on the Category 3 plates thread, but as it was laid out as F A1.4RMS (with the . being a black cap to turn the 1 into a makeshift L), it suits this thread better.

_Hoppers

485 posts

23 months

Friday 15th November 2019
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Almost....


nonsequitur

14,804 posts

74 months

Friday 15th November 2019
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_Hoppers said:
Almost....

Autumn is here...

_Hoppers

485 posts

23 months

Friday 15th November 2019
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nonsequitur said:
Autumn is here...
laugh