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Why did someone steal the number plates on my car?

It's not unusual to find that the number plates have been stolen from your car. This is not exclusive to private or cherished number plates.

Number plate theft is not as trivial as you might think. Most of us wouldn't bother to report it. Is it just vandals? Pranksters? Definitely not. Stolen number plates can be used to 'clone' a car. The cloned car may be parked illegally, driven through speed cameras, or even for petrol drive-offs. Leaving you with fines, or having to explain your innocence. What to do if your number plates are stolen.

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How do I sell my registration plate?

You have a number of options for selling number plates.

Or See how to sell a cherished number plate to get all the in's and outs/a>

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What are the rules for legal number plates?

The DVLA are very strict on the display of number plates. That means you can't use fancy fonts, or change the size of the letters and numbers. And no background images, or the emblem from your favourite football team.

See legal number plate display

faq
Why did someone steal the number plates on my car?

It's not unusual to find that the number plates have been stolen from your car. This is not exclusive to private or cherished number plates.

Number plate theft is not as trivial as you might think. Most of us wouldn't bother to report it. Is it just vandals? Pranksters? Definitely not. Stolen number plates can be used to 'clone' a car. The cloned car may be parked illegally, driven through speed cameras, or even for petrol drive-offs. Leaving you with fines, or having to explain your innocence. What to do if your number plates are stolen.

faq
Why did someone steal the number plates on my car?

It's not unusual to find that the number plates have been stolen from your car. This is not exclusive to private or cherished number plates.

Number plate theft is not as trivial as you might think. Most of us wouldn't bother to report it. Is it just vandals? Pranksters? Definitely not. Stolen number plates can be used to 'clone' a car. The cloned car may be parked illegally, driven through speed cameras, or even for petrol drive-offs. Leaving you with fines, or having to explain your innocence. What to do if your number plates are stolen.