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Personal plates - where to get them made
fedup
 

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Personal plates - where to get them made

So I've bought my personal plate on DVLA, but now I need to get the plates made. Any recommendations? Any advice on which look best?!
03-04-2015 09:58am
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XFullFatTim
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RE: Personal plates - where to get them made

If you are buying them for a new car ask the selling dealership, otherwise Halfords is as good as anywhere for 100% legal ones

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03-04-2015 11:36am
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Barton Evoque
 

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RE: Personal plates - where to get them made

Always get mine from here.
http://www.fancyplates.com/

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03-04-2015 02:20pm
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bee
 

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RE: Personal plates - where to get them made

lots on ebay, the legal highline ones look fabCool

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03-04-2015 03:46pm
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Alflavor
 

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Personal plates - where to get them made

I got the dealer to do mine
05-04-2015 09:27am
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Redrob
 

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RE: Personal plates - where to get them made

Have a look at the pressed metal ones which are legal in the UK,
something different and give a nice 3D effect.

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05-04-2015 08:16pm
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shortnick
 

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RE: Personal plates - where to get them made

Got mine form Proplates (http://www.proplates.co.uk) with a nice GB and Union Flag design instead of the ridiculous EU stars. I'll need a GB sticker if I venture over the Channel, but well worth it to be seen not to endorse the pathetic EU.
10-04-2015 09:49am
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XFullFatTim
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RE: Personal plates - where to get them made

Why will you need a GB sticker, I thought the idea of having Eurostyle GB on the plates did away with that?

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fedup
 

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RE: Personal plates - where to get them made

(10-04-2015 09:53am)XFullFatTim Wrote:  Why will you need a GB sticker, I thought the idea of having Eurostyle GB on the plates did away with that?

But he clearly said he didn't have the Euro-style GB plates, but opted for a Union Flag instead.
10-04-2015 12:47pm
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shortnick
 

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(10-04-2015 12:47pm)fedup Wrote:  But he clearly said he didn't have the Euro-style GB plates, but opted for a Union Flag instead.

That's right, I opted not to have the EU plates as I don't intend to go abroad in the car; however, if you do cross the Channel unless you have the 'EU' plates then you do need a GB sticker.
10-04-2015 12:58pm
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