FAQs

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To mis-space or mis-represent the digits on number plates is an offence under the Road Vehicles (Registration & Licensing) Regulations 1971. Be sure to enter your registration number correctly because the finished number plates will be made to the same spacing you enter into our plate builder. Be sure to enter your registration number as shown on your Tax Disc, Log Book (V5) or DVLA document V796 (available in pdf on the web).

This applies to number plates only and not novelty plates (names etc...). Very Important. You cannot simply make up a registration number and use it on the UK highway. Either yourself or the person you're buying for must already own the registration number you will use. Number1Plates do not sell registration numbers, we simply make number plates.

You can space your registration exactly as you would like and it will be made as you see online, but to be Road compliant you will only need to add one space in the registration and in the correct location. We leave the choice up to you as you know your Registration Number better than us. Please see the examples below.

They certainly do in tiny writing at the bottom of the plates. The details are "NUMBER1PLATES LS20 9PD BSAU 145d". This is a legality as it means the police or authorities can check if they are genuine and your vehicle will pass the MOT check. We do not use this for advertising that's why we keep it so small.