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Hello TSR,

I wonder if anyone has any knowledge regarding a reg plates, I wanted to get myself a private plate for my car.

Which went like this:
Number Number Letter Letter Number Number

I looked around everywhere and that combination doesn't exist, I was wondering where I have to go to basically create such a new number plate and get the V750 papers.
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(Original post by Dooxed)
Hello TSR,

I wonder if anyone has any knowledge regarding a reg plates, I wanted to get myself a private plate for my car.

Which went like this:
Number Number Letter Letter Number Number

I looked around everywhere and that combination doesn't exist, I was wondering where I have to go to basically create such a new number plate and get the V750 papers.
Registration marks in that pattern (e.g. 22 AA 22) are used by armed forces vehicles only.

See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vehicl...orces_vehicles
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(Original post by Dooxed)
Hello TSR,

I wonder if anyone has any knowledge regarding a reg plates, I wanted to get myself a private plate for my car.

Which went like this:
Number Number Letter Letter Number Number

I looked around everywhere and that combination doesn't exist, I was wondering where I have to go to basically create such a new number plate and get the V750 papers.
What are you trying to create ?
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Registration marks in that pattern (e.g. 22 AA 22) are used by armed forces vehicles only.

See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vehicl...orces_vehicles
I see now thanks.
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