How Much is Your Private Plate is Worth? (2022)

If you are considering selling a personalised plate, the most important thing to get right is the asking price. There are plenty of overpriced private plates on the market where people have been misled, are too greedy or are just plain naive and unrealistic.

There are several factors that when considered carefully, yield the true value of a private plate. The criteria we use when making number plate valuations are summarised below and further down you'll find more detailed descriptions (click a topic below for more detail). Note that all criteria should be considered together since they all have an influence - don't consider an individual factor on it's own.

  • Age (generally, the older the number plate, the higher the price)
  • Rarity (how many similar registration numbers were issued)
  • Popularity of Names / Initials (how common the represented names and initials are)
  • Numbers (the value / relevance of the numbers portion in a private plate)
  • Letters (the value of the three consecutive letters in a registration mark)
  • Price Trends (prices of similar personalised plates on the market, past and present)
  • Match Quality (the faithfulness of the number plate representation of a name / word)
  • Style of Plate (value can depend on style: new style, prefix, suffix, dateless and Irish)
  • Type of Match (names, words, initials and vehicle make / models affect price)

Number Plate Age

Generally, the earlier the issue date of a registration number, the higher its value. Dateless number plates, first issued in 1903 tend to command the highest prices whereas current style number plates tend to be among the cheapest. Of course there are other factors too as discussed below.

Rarity of Number Plates

The number of registration plates issued in a given range influences the value of a mark to a large extent. For example, there were far less dateless registrations released than there were in any other range and so they tend to enjoy a higher value. In addition, the rarity of a name or word match greatly affects the value irrespective of the year or style; if there are several number plates that can represent a given name / word, then they are probably worth less than a registration number that is unique to another represented name / word. In other words, the value of a registration plate will depend on how many other similar registrations are available. However, when considering this, the match quality should be taken into consideration. See also Match Quality and Type of Match.

Popularity of Names and Initials

Common names and initials represented on available number plates are among the most sought after. A registration mark demonstrating a popular name will be in high demand as will a registration plate containing common initials, raising the value (see below for more information and examples). Some good examples would be XX51 MON and 4 SUE. Similarly, plates that represent the names of popular car models / makes are highly desirable, for example MAZ 1234 (Mazda) and A11 BMW.

Numbers

The numbers portion of registration marks is certainly taken into consideration. The lowness of the number and the number of digits can make quite a difference. For example, the numbers 4 and 12 would add more appeal than the numbers 23, 27 or 400. Registrations with just the number 1 are by far the most sought after.

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Dateless registration plates have between one and four digits. Single and double digits are naturally in less abundance and as such, are more sought after. For example, JON 3 would be worth a lot more than JON 4539.

The popularity of the number is also something to factor in; sequential numbers such as 123, repeated numbers, for example, 22 and 333 and numbers of occasion such as 18 and 21 all influence the overall desire of number plates.

Letters

First, consider the popularity of initials. There exist combinations of initials that are more common than others. For example, there are far more people with the initials JPS than there are with GWL and as such S12 JPS for example, will be worth considerably more than, say S12 GWL.

The number of letters is a factor too. The dateless styles of registration marks have between one and three consecutive letters where all other styles are guaranteed to have three consecutive letters. Consequently, dateless marks that have one or two letters are worth more than one with three, even for a similar set of initials. For example, JS 42 and J 42 are both worth more than JPS 42.

Consider the inherent rarity of some letter combinations. For dateless registration marks, there are combinations of letters that were released twice, first in the letters followed by numbers range, issued from 1903, then in later years, the visa versa. For example, JS 12 and 567 JS. However, there are some combinations of letters that were not issued again when the reverse formats were released. This makes them less common and adds to their value.

Private Plate Price Trends

Market trends are a reliable guide to the value of private plates. Careful comparisons with similar registration numbers currently on the market can endow one with pricing knowledge leading to a good indication of the true value of a personalised plate. Some number plate dealers tend to have a bias on the value of their stock, therefore it's important to consider registrations from a variety of sources to converge on realistic market values.

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Match Quality

The match quality, the level of geometric correlation of a name / word and a registration number, has an enormous bearing on value. Other factors like the popularity of the name or word itself, the style of registration and the representing proportion of the registration, all need to be taken into account but for name and word type matches the match quality is one of the most influential.

The match quality itself constitutes a number of factors. The principal ones include the number of redundant characters in the registration (those that don't form part of the name / word), the suitability of a number substituting a letter, the number of any repeated letters and variations in the spelling needed to forge a match. These are best illustrated with examples:-

  • G16 LLL Intended match: "GILL" Match detraction: Redundant number 6 and a repeated letter L.
  • J17 MES Intended match: "JAMES" Match detraction: 17 does not represent an A as well as a 4 does.
  • S4 MMM Intended match: "SAM" Match detraction: Repeated letter M.
  • E12 VYN Intended match: "ERVIN" Match detraction: Variation in the spelling since a Y has substituted the letter I.
  • CHR 1S Intended match: "CHRIS" A perfect match!

Note that where there are redundant letters or numbers that repeat or look similar to the nearest letter that forms part of the name / word, the appeal would tend to increase. For example, for the name Jon, J7 JON looks better and would be worth more than Y44 JON.

Number Plate Styles

There are effectively five styles of number plates on UK road vehicles today. Namely, new or current style, prefix style, suffix style, dateless style and Irish number plates. The style of registration unquestionably has some authority on value.

New style number plates, first issued in September 2001 and still readily available, have the most number of permutations. This is the main reason why they tend to be less appealing and attract less money, especially if the type of match is just with the initials (no name or word match). In addition, they are too new to assign to the many older vehicles that are still on the road (a vehicle cannot me made to appear younger than it's true age).

Of course there are exceptions where a new style registration represents a word, a name, combinations of or two names / words, for example, AR51 NAL, BO55 SAM and JO54 TOM. Number plates that start with meaningful letter combinations tend to be more popular, for example, MR, MS, YO, MY and XX.

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Prefix style number plates, issued between 1st August 1983 and 31st August 2001, are still readily available and tend to offer more appeal than the current style of registrations since they can be assigned to more vehicles and can be made up of fewer total characters. Prefix marks with lower digits (from 1 to 9) and earlier prefixes (for example A and D) are not so easy to obtain now, hence they draw higher prices. Examples include F12 JON and X8 JPS.

Suffix style number plates, issued between 1st February 1963 and 31st July 1983, are a reverse format of the prefix style. Fewer were released than what were for later styles and generally, they are far less available making them quite rare, so they tend to fetch higher prices than equivalent prefix style registration numbers. A few examples would be JPS 8X and JON 12F.

Dateless number plates, issued between 1903 and 1963, do not have a year identifier, can be made up of just a few digits and are by far the most rare. Since they are dateless, people can conceal the age of their vehicle. Constituting up to three letters and four number digits, they can be letters followed by a number or visa versa. Without doubt, these original style registration numbers are by far the most sought after. Due to many factors, the price range for this style of registration is diverse, although the most expensive registrations are found in this range, some as much as hundreds of thousands of pounds. Examples include, JS 1, 69 JPS and 1234 JON.

Irish number plates, first released in 1903 and not to be confused with the dateless registrations, have grown in their appeal since the explosion of the number plates industry. Irish number plates are distinguished from dateless registrations by the inclusion of one of two letters, "I" and "Z" but are otherwise similar in style. This inclusion limits the range of available plates. Irish number plates are considered "dateless" since they don't have a year identifier.

Generally, Irish personalised plates are less expensive than the other styles and offer a cheaper way to disguise the age of a vehicle. There are plenty of Irish private plates available for under £100. However, registrations that represent a name or a word will fetch much higher prices. The digits have an effect on the price too. Good examples include BAZ 2709, BIL 55 and 20 OZ.

Type of Match

Since the rapid rise of the number plates industry, several classes of number plate representations or types or match have been conceived. The most common are names, words, initials, car models / makes and combinations of.

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Name number plates. Registrations marks that are good representations of names (first name or surname) can be among the most prestige and desirable. Plates of "exact fit" matches command higher prices than ones of partial matches, for example, S1 MON and V21 SAM, respectively. See more examples below.

Generally, the number of registrations available that represent a name or word influence the value. For example, there are many plates that contain the name "TOM" (A12 TOM, H55 TOM, X12 TOM etc...) but far fewer for "SARAH" (S4 RAH, SAR 4H). Additionally, the age and style of a registration guide the price, for example, F12 OST (prefix style) would be worth less than FRO 5T (suffix style). There are always exceptions of course and the quality of the match is often a source; see the Match Quality section.

Examples of registration plate variations for the name "SALLY".

  • S4 LLY (prefix style)
  • V54 LLY (prefix style)
  • SAL 1Y (suffix style)
  • XX54 LLY (current style)
  • OH54 LLY (current style)
  • 54 LLY (dateless style)

Word number plates. Similarly, number plates that spell out words are highly desirable. These can be words associated with fun, industry, profession, sport, power and speed etc. As with name number plates, the number of registrations available that represent a word (which is closely linked to the proportion of the plate that matches the word) and the style of the registration, dictate the price of a word plate to a large extent. For more information see the Match Quality section.

Some examples of words on number plates:-

  • W4 TER (plumbing industry)
  • AI0 LOO (plumbing industry)
  • E12 RGY (energy industry)
  • S3 XXY (fun related)
  • HOR 5E (sport related)
  • BA55 OON (music related)

MR, MRS, MISS, BOY, SEXY and BOSS are examples of shorter words with particular appeal. These often appear in combination with names and initials and are highly desirable. Common examples are:-

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  • BO55 TOM (Boss Tom)
  • AU51 SUE ("Aussie" Sue)
  • M12 JON (Mr. Jon)

Initials on a number plate. The most popular of all are initials on a personalised number plate. Generally, since a given set of initials form part of many available registrations, giving the most choice, the majority tend to be relatively cheap. However, prices can vary widely due to many factors including the commonness of the initials, the style and year of the plate and the number combination.

By contrast, consider the plates with initials VI JMS and K444 EYD. The first plate has far more popular initials and has a desirable prefix and number. As such it would attract a much higher price.

Car make / model number plates. These are extremely popular. As with name and word plates, the value of such registration numbers depends on the number of similar registrations available, the age and the style (current style, prefix style, suffix style, dateless style or Irish style) and the number combination. Classic examples are:-

  • V8 BMW
  • WH05 BUG
  • TVR 1V
  • MAZ 626

FAQs

How do you value private plate? ›

Factors of a private number plate valuation

Your number plate valuation is determined by how desirable it is to other people, as well as how rare the plate is. Although every number plate is 'rare' (there is only one of each!), some are rarer and more desirable than others.

Is a private plate worth it? ›

It's a Good Investment

Well, each one is unique, so over time, it increases in value. In fact, private number plates have historically gained in value over the years, so much so that people are choosing to invest in number plates instead of putting money into ISAs, TESSAs and bonds.

How much is the 1 number plate worth? ›

Registration Number '1'

The astounding sum of £7.25 million is the highest price paid ever for a plate. Abu Dhabi property mogul Saeed Abdul Ghaffar Khouri snapped it up in 2008. He later commented: 'I bought it because it's the best number'.

Is number plate worth anything? ›

Name number plates are worth most

As a rule, if a number plate has an easily recognisable name on it, it's worth a lot. Especially if it doesn't have too many 'spare' letters or numbers on it. A full name (like Simon or David) is harder to create on a number plate so it's worth more.

Do private plates go up in value? ›

Having private registrations on your vehicles can help with this uncertainty. Because they are a good investment and tend to increase in price even as the car itself depreciates, you know that you can always sell your private number plate on when and if you want or need to, giving you a good return.

Can you sell a private plate back to DVLA? ›

Can I sell my number plate back to the DVLA? No, It's not possible to sell your private number plate back to the DVLA. The DVLA sells cherished number plates, but only new ones. They won't buy back registrations that have already been issued to a vehicle.

Why do people buy private plates? ›

Many people buy a private registration number to give their car a unique personal touch by using their name or initials, or to mark a special occasion such as a birthday, wedding or anniversary. Others like to display humorous plates, while businesses can use them as a marketing tool.

What is the most expensive number plate? ›

Summary of World's Most Expensive Number Plates
  • 'MM' – $24.3 million.
  • 'New York' - $20 million.
  • 'F1' - $20 Million.
  • 'AA8' - £7.9 million.
  • 'D5' - £7 million.
  • '1' - £6 million.
  • '09' - £5.5 million.
  • '7' - £3.2 million.
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Why are private number plates expensive? ›

All plates are manufactured as original registrations, meaning that there are never two of the same. This inherently creates scarcity and for plates that feature popular words or have a dateless quality, this frequently drives the price up.

Who has the number plate 1 UK? ›

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Around the world you'll find some absolutely ridiculous sums being placed on number plates – like Saeed Abdul Ghaffar Khouri from Abu Dhabi who spent £7 million on the plate “1” – so, what can you expect to see from the UK? Let's find out!

Who owns the number plate top 1? ›

1 THM - £22,610

In fact, the most expensive number plate in the world is literally “1”, and can be found the United Arab Emirates. It was purchased by Abu Dhabi businessman Saeed Abdul Ghaffar Khouri in 2008 for a price tag of £7.25 mil.

How much is the number plate 007 worth? ›

A licence plate with the code number of Ian Fleming's heroic spy, James Bond, has sold at auction for what is thought to be a record amount. The Guernsey plate, 007, sold for £240,000, believed to be the most paid at a public auction in Guernsey. The winning bidder of the number only plate wants to remain anonymous.

Can I sell my number plate? ›

You can sell a personalised number plate you own privately or through a dealer. Although using a dealer will involve paying them a fee, it will take the burden of making sure the paperwork and financial transaction are all in order.

How much does a number plate cost UK? ›

We are registered with the DVLA as a supplier of legal UK number plates, which means that all of our new and replacement number plates are completely road legal. Standard number plate prices start from just £16.25 each so if you're looking for cheap number plates, you've come to the right place!

How much is a 3 letter number plate UK? ›

Registration plates with triple letter prefixes vary in price substantially, but are usually in the range of £200 to £600, depending on the popularity of the triple letter combination.

How long can you keep a Personalised number plate? ›

What happens to the private number. Your V778 retention document proves that you still have the right to assign the private number for the next 10 years. You must renew your right to use a private number before the V778 expires.

Do number plates go down in price? ›

Like anything in life, the value can sometimes go down as well as up. Even if it does go up, you are not likely to see its value rise quickly, so you need to be prepared to wait a number of years or possibly even for decades.

Do you have to pay yearly for a private number plate? ›

A private number plate is not really its own thing – it is a façade. When it is registered to a vehicle it belongs to that vehicle, not the person who bought it, as some understand. This means there are no annual fees to pay as long as the private number plate is on the vehicle.

Do I need to remove private plate before selling? ›

You should remove your registration plate when either scrapping or selling the vehicle and you wish to keep the registration plate. You should do this before you dispose of the vehicle.

Do I own my private number plate? ›

Yes, whenever you change cars, you have the choice to take your personalised number plate with you. You don't have to leave it on your car. You must remove the registration number from your car before selling it. If you don't, ownership of the registration number will pass with ownership of the vehicle.

What happens when you remove a Personalised number plate? ›

If the plate you are removing is a private plate, then it is often the case that the original registration the vehicle had will be returned to it.

How many people have private number plates? ›

There are more than 45 million private number plates

There are over 45 million of them - more than two for every three people in the country. Most are actually used on cars, while many are bought purely as an investment and never see the dirt and filth of a road for protection.

Are private number plates naff? ›

'Private Plates' are no different than many accessories, modifications or choices made with a vehicle. They are as naff or no more naff than any other variation, depending on how they are executed.

Who owns the number plate 007? ›

A Guernsey resident won the battle to buy the new (number-only) States of Guernsey registration, '007', in a recent auction. The buyer, who wishes to remain anonymous, bought it for a whopping £240,000!

Who owns the King number plate? ›

In 2018, British automotive designer Afzal Kahn was described as “the king of car customisation”. He bought his 'F1' number plate in 2008 for £440,000. He has since been offered £20 million for the plate but has no intentions of selling it any time soon.

What is the most expensive private reg in UK? ›

World's Priciest Private Number Plates

The UK's most expensive number plate to date was '25 O' which was sold in 2014 for £518,480 and is now displayed on a classic Ferrari 250 GTO. Earlier this year, a New York seller advertised a 1998 Volvo V70 for $20 million.

What is the most expensive UK number plate? ›

The 25 O tops the list as the most expensive private plate ever sold in the UK. Purchased in 2014 by a classic car dealer and collector, John Collins, for £518,000.

Do you have to tell your insurance if you change your number plate? ›

So when it comes to getting a new set of number plates, do you need to inform your insurer? When you are changing the registration on your vehicle - putting your private plate onto the car - you'll need to let your insurer know, so they are insuring the correct car on the road, and have a record of the vehicle.

Why is number plate important? ›

As per Rule 50 & 51 of the Motor Vehicles Act, any motor vehicle owner need to use a unique number plate which is issued by the Road Transport Authority. To ply on the Indian roads, ensure that you have the third party insurance which comes under the basic types of motor insurance in place.

Who owns Gypsy number plate? ›

Aaron Smith, a “born and bred” Leicestershire Romany Gypsy, had an unexpected admirer of his 'G0 GIPSY' number plate last Tuesday when he parked his Range Rover outside the King Power Leicester City Football Club Stadium not long after his home team 'the Foxes' beat Everton 3-1 to take the Premiership title.

Does the Queen's car have a number plate? ›

These, likewise, do not have number plates; nor does the State hearse, an addition to the Royal Mews fleet which was first used in 2022 following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

Who owns 7 HRH plate? ›

The Queen does however own the majestic number plate “A 7” which is one of the first car number plates ever issued in the UK, dating back over 100 years.

What was the first number plate? ›

The very first number plate ever registered was the “A1” plate. When the system was first introduced in 1903 thanks to the Motor Car Act of that year, this now famous plate was claimed by the Earl Russell.

What's the most expensive car? ›

Most expensive cars in the world 2022:
  • Rolls-Royce Boat Tail.
  • Bugatti La Voiture Noire.
  • Bugatti Centodieci.
  • Bugatti Divo.
  • Bugatti Bolide.
  • Pagani Huayra Roadster BC.
  • Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+
  • Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport.
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What does the number 007 mean? ›

Why is James Bond known as agent 007 and not any other number (like 008 or something else? Fictional MI6 agent James Bond possesses the Licence to Kill which is why he is a '00' agent. The '7' means Bond is the seventh agent to receive this title.

How much is registration A1 worth? ›

A1 is purposely not valued here as we are told that this is just not for sale, the owner also owns 1A. Many of the single letter/single number combinations (known in the trade as “Single-Single's”) are totally unique and are worth whatever their owner values them at!

Who owns Bugatti Veyron with F1 number plate? ›

History of the F1 Number Plate

Currently, this number plate adorns an exclusive Bugatti Veyron owned by Afzal Khan, owner of the UK-based Kahn Designs. Khan bought the number plate for a whopping INR 132 crores, making the cost of the number plate several times higher than the value of the Veyron itself.

Can you replace a private plate with another private plate? ›

When you need to transfer a private number plate, there are two steps that need to be completed. Firstly, the plate must be removed from the donor vehicle, unless it is already held on a retention certificate. Secondly, the private registration must be assigned to a recipient van, motorcycle or car.

Can I put my number plate on someone else's car? ›

You can put your private number on someone else's vehicle via online or through post. Either way, the DVLA will send you a replacement logbook for the vehicle but with a new private number shown on it.

What is a V778 or V750? ›

The V778 is a green A4 size piece of paper that is issued when a personalised registration has been separated from a vehicle and placed on retention. Whenever you purchase a private plate, it's important that you receive either a V750 certificate or V778 retention document to prove you have the right to use the number.

Is 4D plates legal UK? ›

Are 4D number plates legal? Unlike 3D-effect number plates, 3D Gel and 4D number plates are legal in the UK; however, they must conform to strict regulations. The individual letters must be fixed onto the number plate's surface and unable to be removed.

Is a cracked number plate an MOT failure? ›

- Will a cracked number plate fail a MOT? BNMA found that 4% of all MOT failures are due to number plates not meeting the specified requirements. If your number plate has been damaged due to a collision, such as being cracked or smashed, it should be replaced prior to your next MOT test as it may result in a failure.

Are 3D plates legal? ›

In a response to a Government petition to stop the ban of 3D/4D number plates [2], the Department for Transport has clarified the position - as long as 3D gel and 4D laser cut letters meet the requirements of the current standard, BSAU 145d, then they are legal and would not need to be changed after September, when the ...

Can number plates start with Z? ›

For example, a vehicle registered in London will have a number plate starting with LA through to LY. 'Z' is only used as a random letter, never designated to a particular area code.

Can a car number plate start with 0? ›

you can not prepend any number even if it is the number 0 (ZERO) as it is still considered as a value digit by the RTO.

Is Z used in UK number plates? ›

Z was never a letter used in British number plates (see more on this below) and the Q was used on "special case" vehicles. You might've spotted a Q reg on the road at somepoint. Essentially these reg are given to vehicles where their age is undetermined.

Can I sell my Personalised number plate? ›

You can sell a personalised number plate you own privately or through a dealer. Although using a dealer will involve paying them a fee, it will take the burden of making sure the paperwork and financial transaction are all in order.

What is the most expensive number plate? ›

Summary of World's Most Expensive Number Plates
  • 'MM' – $24.3 million.
  • 'New York' - $20 million.
  • 'F1' - $20 Million.
  • 'AA8' - £7.9 million.
  • 'D5' - £7 million.
  • '1' - £6 million.
  • '09' - £5.5 million.
  • '7' - £3.2 million.
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How do I sell a number plate UK? ›

You have two options to select from when it comes to how you sell your personalised plate. You can either sell through a private dealer or broker who specialises in the selling of personalised number plates or manage the transaction yourself and sell your registration number privately.

Can you sell a car with private plate? ›

As long as a vehicle is yours to sell, then you can indeed sell a car that has a private number plate. There are several options open to you regarding this.

Do I need to remove private plate before selling? ›

You should remove your registration plate when either scrapping or selling the vehicle and you wish to keep the registration plate. You should do this before you dispose of the vehicle.

Do I own my private number plate? ›

Yes, whenever you change cars, you have the choice to take your personalised number plate with you. You don't have to leave it on your car. You must remove the registration number from your car before selling it. If you don't, ownership of the registration number will pass with ownership of the vehicle.

Can I keep my number plate? ›

As a general rule, yes you can. However, some number plates cannot be retained. For example, any number plates with the prefix Q cannot be retained. The Q prefix has been used since 1983 and is for vehicles in which it is difficult to determine the age of the vehicle.

Who owns the number plate 007? ›

A Guernsey resident won the battle to buy the new (number-only) States of Guernsey registration, '007', in a recent auction. The buyer, who wishes to remain anonymous, bought it for a whopping £240,000!

Who owns the King number plate? ›

In 2018, British automotive designer Afzal Kahn was described as “the king of car customisation”. He bought his 'F1' number plate in 2008 for £440,000. He has since been offered £20 million for the plate but has no intentions of selling it any time soon.

Who owns 1 UK number plate? ›

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Around the world you'll find some absolutely ridiculous sums being placed on number plates – like Saeed Abdul Ghaffar Khouri from Abu Dhabi who spent £7 million on the plate “1” – so, what can you expect to see from the UK?

How long can I keep my private plate on retention? ›

What happens to the private number. Your V778 retention document proves that you still have the right to assign the private number for the next 10 years. You must renew your right to use a private number before the V778 expires.

What is a V778 or V750? ›

The V778 is a green A4 size piece of paper that is issued when a personalised registration has been separated from a vehicle and placed on retention. Whenever you purchase a private plate, it's important that you receive either a V750 certificate or V778 retention document to prove you have the right to use the number.

Do you have to wait for v5 to put private plate on? ›

You need the vehicle's log book (V5C). If you already have a private number on your vehicle, apply to take it off first. You could lose the right to use the number if you do not.

Can you replace a private plate with another private plate? ›

When you need to transfer a private number plate, there are two steps that need to be completed. Firstly, the plate must be removed from the donor vehicle, unless it is already held on a retention certificate. Secondly, the private registration must be assigned to a recipient van, motorcycle or car.

What happens when you remove a Personalised number plate? ›

If the plate you are removing is a private plate, then it is often the case that the original registration the vehicle had will be returned to it.

Do I have to retain my old number plate? ›

If your existing registration number is just a standard one, then you may be wasting your money paying to retain it. If the existing registration number is a private one, then you must retain it.

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