Blog: Dave LeggettPersonalised registration plates for sale

Dave Leggett | 15 March 2010

I guess it's a bit of harmless fun and if it helps to close the yawning chasm of public sector debt in this country by even a millimetre, maybe it's worth it. The DVLA – the UK's driver/vehicle licensing authority - is busy hawking what it thinks are valuable registration plates. The DVLA reckons that patriotic Scots will want to have the registration K11 LTS, 'the perfect private plate for any Scot proud of their distinguished heritage', it says.

The 'coveted personalised registration' is among 1,500 being auctioned during the three-day event commencing on Wednesday, March 24. The auction takes place at Old Trafford – home of Manchester United football club. 

“Registrations like this are ideal for those who take great pride in their nation’s heritage,” said Damian Lawson, DVLA Personalised Registrations’ Marketing Manager. “I’m sure any Scottish person, proud of their country’s traditions and customs, would love to have this number plate on their car.” Yeah, right. Who's got RAB C1? Please, at least put some humour into it...


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