One Brexit backing motorist is aiming to promote a quantity plate for over £4,000 in a bid to make over ten instances the sum of money he initially paid for the design. After spending £400 on the design “UK20 OUT”, Shaun Craigie now plans to promote his plate for 1000’s via an public sale.
The DVLA can also be promoting a sequence of plates ending with “BRX” as costs hovering on the historic names.
“F1 BRX” has hit the DVLA web site for £1,299 whereas “G1 BRX” has a price ticket of £999.
In an announcement, a spokesperson for Nationwide Numbers mentioned: “For those who aren’t shopping for a brand new automobile in 2020, these plates additionally make an important collector’s merchandise to carry on a certificates which you are able to do instantly.
“With the added choice of with the ability to add one to your new automotive as soon as we depart the EU, the 20 plate sequence provides up a lot of potentialities for these on either side.”
Plates will also be bought via the DVLA however these could solely be positioned on a automotive which has been registered after 1 March 2020.
Placing your new 20 quantity plate on an older automobile isn’t allowed because it may confuse motorists on how previous the automobile truly is.
This might depart motorists paying extra for vehicles than they need to do considering they’re getting a greater high quality automotive.
Nevertheless, personalised plates may be held for ten years that means motorists can set up the plate in the event that they buy a automobile registered after 2020 over the subsequent decade.
Personalised quantity plates are huge enterprise for the DVLA with round £111million in…