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 Post subject: Car and rules 'anoraks' please
PostPosted: Fri Mar 02, 2012 9:00 pm 
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My son went to Vegas few weeks back with his mates (in my day it was footy in the park) Good time and some of it hilarious. He said that when the Virgin Atlantic non-stop (10 hours) left G'wick it was more a party bus. Strange he said. About 2 hours out from Vegas it all went quiet because either 'the party bus had run out of booze' or 'the passengers needed 2 hours sleep before getting on the strip'

A'way he bought me an American car number plate pressie that said

Nevada
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which I had done when he left. At present it sits on my dash BUT what are the rules for putting it on the car above / below existing number plate.

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:54 pm 
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tigertony wrote:
My son went to Vegas few weeks back with his mates (in my day it was footy in the park) Good time and some of it hilarious. He said that when the Virgin Atlantic non-stop (10 hours) left G'wick it was more a party bus. Strange he said. About 2 hours out from Vegas it all went quiet because either 'the party bus had run out of booze' or 'the passengers needed 2 hours sleep before getting on the strip'

A'way he bought me an American car number plate pressie that said

Nevada
Retired


which I had done when he left. At present it sits on my dash BUT what are the rules for putting it on the car above / below existing number plate.


Don't quote me, but, I think, I think you'll be ok because the plate is not representative of anything officially used in the UK as a form of vehicle identification. It shouldn't be seen anything different than say one of these random bumper/fender stickers you see around.

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Buddy & Muff wrote:
tigertony wrote:
My son went to Vegas few weeks back with his mates (in my day it was footy in the park) Good time and some of it hilarious. He said that when the Virgin Atlantic non-stop (10 hours) left G'wick it was more a party bus. Strange he said. About 2 hours out from Vegas it all went quiet because either 'the party bus had run out of booze' or 'the passengers needed 2 hours sleep before getting on the strip'

A'way he bought me an American car number plate pressie that said

Nevada
Retired


which I had done when he left. At present it sits on my dash BUT what are the rules for putting it on the car above / below existing number plate.


Don't quote me, but, I think, I think you'll be ok because the plate is not representative of anything officially used in the UK as a form of vehicle identification. It shouldn't be seen anything different than say one of these random bumper/fender stickers you see around.


Mwahaha!! :coat:

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2012 12:41 pm 
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