I’ve been looking all night at reg plates fed up now ...there’s some good ones coming up at future auctions but bit of a lottery....do like m600 don but he not over keen liked the do13nna but that’s gone ....will keep looking
Everyone's different and its all personal choice I know but personally I'd never have a plate that had my name in it 'TOM'.........(that's me if you wondered) .......I'll be like driving around and people will be like.....bet his names Tom, guess what his name is then, what a saddo blah blah, bit like when people put sun strips on their windscreens or along the bottom of the doors.......'CAVALIER' Or '16V'........yes I can tell its a cavalier no need to advertise it even more
You have a point Doink but I couldn’t give a flying turtle what people think to be honest... if someone has a problem with someone’s reg there the sado imo....but TOM would be fine but abreaviating Richard is another story....
Has a couple over the years first one N8 JDB carefully placed black screw cover gave my and the wife’s initials but wife had to go so the number plate was redundant the last one I brought was as near to my name as I could get with out getting into silly money but I’ve had it on retention for 4 years must get around to buying a car to put it on N19YL B
I had MGB 3 on my MGB some years ago - I bought an old car with the reg number for £15 via Exchange & Mart (remember that publication??).
I have 2 YMM 0n my Evoque and the Mrs has 2 GMX on her Audi. They are only sentimental numbers (both old Mddx regs) which were my mum and dad's numbers for 50+years!
My two sons want them when we pass on to the Evoque forum in heaven (hopefully!!)
I have B1NTY which is convenient 🧐 I bought it from from DVLA at 8am on the day they went on sale. It was always a joke in our family that one of us would have it, but we never expected it to be released.
H1 WEV £499 20 years ago. My initials are TC - no middle name, I would have liked TC 1 but it was £62k so I bought a house instead. My niece couldn't say Trevor when she was little, she always called me Wevie. I was offered £1500 for it last year but decided to keep it.