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DVLA BAN CARBON AND 3D SHADED TEXT ON NUMBER PLATES

What are Legal Registration Plates? DVLA have now banned “Carbon” look and 3D shaded lettering from new number plates. I assume some ANPR systems are missing registering the letters. Presumably cars with these plates will now fail their MOT next time round just like the people with mis spaced lettering on plates.

Drivers with non-compliant number plates risk failing their vehicle’s MOT and can be fined up to £1,000 by the police?!

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  • It is a legal requirement for UK number plates to display the manufacturer’s name and post code on the plate’s footer.
  • It is a legal requirement for UK number plates to display a small British Standard code on the bottom of the plate (BS AU145d) and for the plate to adhere to the standard’s specifications.
  • It is a legal requirement for UK number plates to display the vehicle registration in a black “Charles Wright” typeface.
  • It is a legal requirement for UK number plates to only have one space in the registration at the correct position as printed in the vehicle’s DVLA paperwork.
  • It is a legal requirement for UK number plates to, if printed on the plate, show only one of several permitted side badges.

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