August 10, 2017

Why not go to the DVLA auction website and have a look?

DVLA Basks in the Glory of Super Summer Sale – July 26, 2017

  • Our summer sale held at Mercedes Benz World proved yet another resounding success with all but four of the 1,250 lots on offer falling under the auctioneers gavel.

    The three-day event raised a little over £5 million total sum and, incredibly, attracted more than 10,000 registered bidders.

    The auctions so-called headline registration “ MCL 720S“ deemed perfectly aligned to the latest McLaren supercar the 720S which was going through its official launch at the time of the July event, lived up to all expectations, selling for a mightily impressive hammer price of £20,200 after the YouTube celebrity “Vlogger MrJWW“ introduced the mark as part of his feature video he produced during the event.

    The sales highest seller, however, yet again came from the phenomenally successful O-series with 45 O swiftly falling under the gavel for £51,000. In all, more than 35 registrations sold for more than £10,000, 16 sold for more than £15,000 and five changed hands for more than £20,000.

    At the other end of the pay scale, about 15 sold for their £250 reserves, 12 sold for their £300 reserves and 10 sold for their £350 reserves.

    The four unsold lots were 124 FE, 2014 KJ, 411 UJ and 122 YT.

    Philip Evans claimed to have the bargain of the day when he arrived on the second morning from his home in Merthyr Tydfil home in South Wales and bought HOT 400T for a £1,300 hammer price. His delight was fuelled by the fact he was prepared to spend more than £5,000 to acquire lot 434 because it reflects his long-held nickname.

    Shortly after the hammer came down, the carpenter proclaimed: I couldn’t be happier. I’ve wanted my perfect registration for a long time and now I have it. Obviously I was worried that the bidding would escalate but I needn’t have. Being in the auction room was a real buzz and I am so glad I made the effort.

    Jody Davies, of DVLA Personalised Registrations, said: Once again we have cause to celebrate another phenomenal live auction and incredibly we’ve made a huge step forward in our bid to completely sell out the number of lots we offer for a live auction. Roll on the next sale in September.

    Millions of other personalised registrations can also be viewed at DVLA’s Personalised Registrations Official website, www.dvlaregistrations.direct.gov.uk

    Drive carefully and drive safe!!!!!!!

    Extra information about buying at auction!

    Private Plate news

    These are the extra costs of plates bought at public auction.

    This is public information and available at the DVLA website

    http://www.dvlaauction.co.uk/index.php/live-auction/what-will-it-cost/

    What Will It Cost?

    The sale price (also called the ‘Hammer Price’) is subject to VAT, the Auctioneer’s Buyer’s Premium of 8% (minimum £40 + VAT) together with the £80 Assignment Fee.

    This can mount up! So be aware and use their calculator provided.

    Example below, based on £10,000.00.

    Hammer Price: £10,000.00

    VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £2,000.00

    Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £800.00

    VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £160.00

    Total VAT @ 20%: £2,160.00

    Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

    Total Amount Payable: £13,040.00

    The reverse is, you have a budget of £10,000.00

    Maximum Budget: £10000.00

    VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £1532.00

    Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £612.80

    VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £122.56

    Total VAT @ 20%: £1,654.56

    Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

    Total Additional Costs £2,347.36

    Maximum Hammer Price: £7,660.00

    These figures have been calculated by and curtesy of the calculator.

    Well done DVLA

    We’ll keep you posted on future auctions or why not attend yourself?

    I’ve bought myself and it is great fun, be aware of the final amount to pay is different to the hammer price and we’ve published these costs below.

    DVLA and BCA keep up the good work, raising money for the UK.

    CVPP.CO.UK would also like to say a job well done!

    From the DVLA website!

    Have a great day!

    Check them out!

    Drive carefully and be safe!!!!!

 

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Driver information blog Private (personalised) number plates – Part Five- Plus buying at DVLA auction information

Drive carefully and drive safe!!!!!!!

The next auction is at Mercedes Benz World, Brooklands, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 0SL on the 19th, 20th and 21st July 2017.. Register as a bidder. To register click here.

All this information below, is on the GOV.UK website and is constantly updated. This information, to the best of our knowledge, was correct at the time of post.

The GOV.UK and DVLA sites are a great source of information and a lot of hard work goes into providing this information for us! We are showing you a sample and please, check for yourself, the latest version on the information, on the sites.

This is public knowledge information, for everyone to us. Check it out and do not rely on any information provided on our website.

https://www.gov.uk/  Welcome Page of GOV.UK

Extra information about buying at auction!

Private Plate news

These are the extra costs of plates bought at public auction.

This is public information and available at the DVLA website

http://www.dvlaauction.co.uk/index.php/live-auction/what-will-it-cost/

What Will It Cost?

The sale price (also called the ‘Hammer Price’) is subject to VAT, the Auctioneer’s Buyer’s Premium of 8% (minimum £40 + VAT) together with the £80 Assignment Fee.

This can mount up! So be aware and use their calculator provided.

Example below, based on £10,000.00.

Hammer Price: £10,000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £2,000.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £800.00

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £160.00

Total VAT @ 20%: £2,160.00

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Amount Payable: £13,040.00

The reverse is, you have a budget of £10,000.00

Maximum Budget: £10000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £1532.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £612.80

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £122.56

Total VAT @ 20%: £1,654.56

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Additional Costs £2,347.36

Maximum Hammer Price: £7,660.00

These figures have been calculated by and curtesy of the calculator.

Well done DVLA.

We’ll keep you posted on future auctions or why not attend yourself?

I’ve bought myself and it is great fun, be aware of the final amount to pay is different to the hammer price and we’ve published these costs below.

DVLA and BCA keep up the good work, raising money for the UK.

CVPP.CO.UK would also like to say a job well done!

From the DVLA website!

Have a great day!

Follow the links

 

If the person with the right to use the private number dies

https://www.gov.uk/personalised-vehicle-registration-numbers/person-with-right-to-use-private-number-dies

The person in charge of the will (the executor) or person who has been left the number in the will (the beneficiary) can ask to either:

  • give up the right to use the private number (you can apply for a refund)
  • keep the private number, transfer it to another vehicle or put it in someone else’s name

Give up the right to use the private number

If the person has left you a V778 retention document or V750 certificate of entitlement then you can apply for a refund. You’ll need to tick either:

  • section 5 on the V750
  • section 4 on the V778

Send your completed form to DVLA.

DVLA Personalised Registrations DVLA C2E Swansea SA99 1DN

Keep or transfer the private number

You’ll need to fill in the application to transfer or retain (V317) if you want to:

  • keep the vehicle registration number
  • give the number to someone else
  • transfer the number to another vehicle

Send the form with the log book (V5C) to DVLA, along with a death certificate or one of the following:

  • a copy of the probate
  • a copy of the will
  • a letter explaining that the previous nominee has died
  • letters of administration
  • a signed confirmation of executor or next of kin by a solicitor

There’s an £80 fee.

DVLA Personalised Registrations DVLA C2E Swansea SA99 1DN

https://www.gov.uk/personalised-vehicle-registration-numbers/person-with-right-to-use-private-number-dies

Drive carefully and drive safe!!!!!!!

 

 

Check them out!

The next auction is at Mercedes Benz World, Brooklands, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 0SL on the 19th, 20th and 21st July 2017.. Register as a bidder. To register click here.

It’s also a fun day out and you want to make buying your plate, part of the experience?

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Driver information blog Private (personalised) number plates – Part Four- Plus buying at DVLA auction information

Drive carefully and drive safe!!!!!!!

 

All this information below, is on the GOV.UK website and is constantly updated. This information, to the best of our knowledge, was correct at the time of post.

The GOV.UK and DVLA sites are a great source of information and a lot of hard work goes into providing this information for us! We are showing you a sample and please, check for yourself, the latest version on the information, on the sites.

This is public knowledge information, for everyone to us. Check it out and do not rely on any information provided on our website.

https://www.gov.uk/  Welcome Page of GOV.UK

 

Follow the links

 

1.    Give a private number to someone else

https://www.gov.uk/personalised-vehicle-registration-numbers/give-private-number-to-someone

You can put your private number on someone else’s vehicle either online or by post. Once it’s on there, they have the option to take the number off.

Online

Assign your private number to someone else’s vehicle. You’ll need to enter details from that vehicles log book (V5C).

DVLA will send a replacement log book for the vehicle, but with the new private number assigned to it.

By post

Fill in section 2 of your V778 or V750, and post it to DVLA along with the log book (V5C) for the vehicle you want to put the private number on. The address is on the form.

DVLA will send a replacement log book for the vehicle, but with the new private number assigned to it.

If the nominee dies

The person who has the right to use the private number can change the nominee by sending a letter and the V750 or V778 to DVLA Personalised Registrations.

DVLA Personalised Registrations DVLA C2E Swansea SA99 1DN

https://www.gov.uk/personalised-vehicle-registration-numbers/give-private-number-to-someone

 

 

 

 

2.    Change your name and address

https://www.gov.uk/personalised-vehicle-registration-numbers/change-your-name-and-address

You can change the name and address on your V750 or V778 by post. You can also change the address on your V750 online.

Change the address on your V750 online

Use your DVLA personalised registration account.

Change your name and address by post

You need to return the V750 or V778 with a letter saying what the new name or address is.

Send them back to DVLA Personalised Registrations.

If you don’t have the V750 or V778 you’ll need to send a signed letter with proof of your name or address.

For a change to your address, send a copy of a:

  • household bill sent to you in the last 3 months
  • Council Tax bill for this year
  • bank or building society statement sent to you in the last 3 months
  • medical card

For a change to your name, send a copy of you:

  • current British driving licence
  • EU passport
  • birth certificate
  • marriage certificate
  • decree nisi or decree absolute

DVLA Personalised Registrations Swansea SA99 1DS

Fix mistakes

You need to return the V750 or V778 with a letter saying what the mistakes are.

Send them back to DVLA Personalised Registrations (the address is written on the back of the V750 and V778).

https://www.gov.uk/personalised-vehicle-registration-numbers/change-your-name-and-address

Drive carefully and drive safe!!!!!!!

 

 

Extra information about buying at auction!

Private Plate news

These are the extra costs of plates bought at public auction.

This is public information and available at the DVLA website

http://www.dvlaauction.co.uk/index.php/live-auction/what-will-it-cost/

What Will It Cost?

The sale price (also called the ‘Hammer Price’) is subject to VAT, the Auctioneer’s Buyer’s Premium of 8% (minimum £40 + VAT) together with the £80 Assignment Fee.

This can mount up! So be aware and use their calculator provided.

Example below, based on £10,000.00.

Hammer Price: £10,000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £2,000.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £800.00

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £160.00

Total VAT @ 20%: £2,160.00

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Amount Payable: £13,040.00

 

The reverse is, you have a budget of £10,000.00

Maximum Budget: £10000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £1532.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £612.80

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £122.56

Total VAT @ 20%: £1,654.56

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Additional Costs £2,347.36

Maximum Hammer Price: £7,660.00

 

These figures have been calculated by and curtesy of the calculator.

Well done DVLA

We’ll keep you posted on future auctions or why not attend yourself?

I’ve bought myself and it is great fun, be aware of the final amount to pay is different to the hammer price and we’ve published these costs below.

DVLA and BCA keep up the good work, raising money for the UK.

CVPP.CO.UK would also like to say a job well done!

From the DVLA website!

Have a great day!

Check them out!

 

Read More...

Driver information blog Private (personalised) number plates – Part Three- Plus buying at DVLA auction information

Drive carefully and drive safe!!!!!!!

 

All this information below, is on the GOV.UK website and is constantly updated. This information, to the best of our knowledge, was correct at the time of post.

The GOV.UK and DVLA sites are a great source of information and a lot of hard work goes into providing this information for us! We are showing you a sample and please, check for yourself, the latest version on the information, on the sites.

This is public knowledge information, for everyone to us. Check it out and do not rely on any information provided on our website.

https://www.gov.uk/ Welcome Page of GOV.UK

 

Follow the links

 

1.    Take a private number off a vehicle

https://www.gov.uk/personalised-vehicle-registration-numbers/take-private-number-off

You can take a private (personalised) number off a car if you either:

  • don’t want to use it right now
  • want to assign it (put it on) to another vehicle

Eligibility

You must be the registered keeper and have the vehicle’s log book (V5C).

The vehicle must be:

  • registered with DVLA in the UK
  • available for inspection
  • of a type that needs an MOT or heavy goods vehicle (HGV) test certificate
  • either taxed or a SORN must have been in place

You can’t keep a number starting with Q or NIQ.

How to take off a number

You can take off a private number online or by post. It costs £80. If you don’t assign the number within 6 years, you can apply for a refund.

You can’t use the online service if the vehicle isn’t in your name, you have to apply by post.

What happens to the vehicle

The vehicle will get a new number assigned to it straight away if you do it online, it takes longer by post.

You’ll need to get new number plates made.

What happens to the number

You’ll get a V778 document that proves you still have the right to use the number for the next 10 years. You must renew your right to use a private number before it expires.

If you’ve taken the number off a vehicle online, you can assign it to another vehicle straight away – use the reference number you get at the end.

https://www.gov.uk/personalised-vehicle-registration-numbers/take-private-number-off

 

 

 

2.    Renew your private number

https://www.gov.uk/personalised-vehicle-registration-numbers/renew-private-number-certificate

You must renew your right to use your private (personalised) number every 10 years if it’s not being used on a vehicle. If you got your private number before 2015, you must renew it more often – check your V750 or V778 document.

You must renew your right to use a private number before it expires.

Renew your V750 certificate of entitlement or V778 retention document

You’ll get a reminder letter or email if you’re not using a private number and your right to use it is about to run out.

You can renew it for up to 10 years, and it doesn’t cost anything to do.

Renew your V750 online

You can renew your V750 by creating a DVLA personalised registration account or by using your existing account.

Renew by post

Fill in the form on the V750 or V778.

Send the V750 or V778 to the address on the form.

Replace a lost or stolen V750 or V778

You can send a letter to ask for a replacement if you’re the person with the right to use the number (the grantee). If you’re the grantee your name will be on the V778 or V750.

It’ll take around 3 to 4 weeks for the new V750 or V778 to arrive.

DVLA Personalised Registrations DVLA Swansea SA99 1DS

https://www.gov.uk/personalised-vehicle-registration-numbers/renew-private-number-certificate

 

Drive carefully and drive safe!!!!!!!

 

Extra information about buying at auction!

Private Plate news

These are the extra costs of plates bought at public auction.

This is public information and available at the DVLA website

http://www.dvlaauction.co.uk/index.php/live-auction/what-will-it-cost/

What Will It Cost?

The sale price (also called the ‘Hammer Price’) is subject to VAT, the Auctioneer’s Buyer’s Premium of 8% (minimum £40 + VAT) together with the £80 Assignment Fee.

This can mount up! So be aware and use their calculator provided.

Example below, based on £10,000.00.

Hammer Price: £10,000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £2,000.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £800.00

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £160.00

Total VAT @ 20%: £2,160.00

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Amount Payable: £13,040.00

 

The reverse is, you have a budget of £10,000.00

Maximum Budget: £10000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £1532.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £612.80

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £122.56

Total VAT @ 20%: £1,654.56

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Additional Costs £2,347.36

Maximum Hammer Price: £7,660.00

 

These figures have been calculated by and curtesy of the calculator.

 

Well done DVLA

We’ll keep you posted on future auctions or why not attend yourself?

I’ve bought myself and it is great fun, be aware of the final amount to pay is different to the hammer price and we’ve published these costs below.

DVLA and BCA keep up the good work, raising money for the UK.

CVPP.CO.UK would also like to say a job well done!

From the DVLA website!

Have a great day!

Check them out!

Drive carefully and be safe!!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read More...

Driver information blog Private (personalised) number plates – Part Two- Plus buying at DVLA auction information

Drive carefully and drive safe!!!!!!!

 

All this information below, is on the GOV.UK website and is constantly updated. This information, to the best of our knowledge, was correct at the time of post.

The GOV.UK and DVLA sites are a great source of information and a lot of hard work goes into providing this information for us! We are showing you a sample and please, check for yourself, the latest version on the information, on the sites.

This is public knowledge information, for everyone to us. Check it out and do not rely on any information provided on our website.

https://www.gov.uk/  Welcome Page of GOV.UK

 

Follow the links

 

1.    Buy a private number plate

https://www.gov.uk/personalised-vehicle-registration-numbers/buying-a-private-number-plate

Buy from DVLA

You can buy new numbers from DVLA Personalised Registrations.

Buying at DVLA auctions

There are auctions across the country about 6 times a year. You can see a list of the numbers coming up for auction.

You can bid in person, by phone, in writing or online.

You’ll get a V750 certificate of entitlement once you’ve paid for the private (personalised) number. This is to prove that you have the right to use a private number plate.

Buying from a private dealer or person

You can buy a private number from a dealer or from another person.

Make sure you get a V750 or V778 document from the seller to prove you have the right to use the number. You’ll need it to assign the number to a vehicle.

https://www.gov.uk/personalised-vehicle-registration-numbers/buying-a-private-number-plate

 

 

 

2.    Assign a private number to a vehicle

https://www.gov.uk/personalised-vehicle-registration-numbers/keep-or-assign

To assign a private (personalised) number to a vehicle, you need either a:

  • V778 retention document
  • V750 certificate of entitlement
  • online reference number

You get one of these when you either buy a number or take a number from another vehicle you own.

Assign the number to a vehicle you already own

You can assign a private number online or by post.

The vehicle must be:

  • registered with the DVLA in the UK
  • available for inspection
  • of a type that needs an MOT or heavy goods vehicle (HGV) test certificate

You can’t assign a number starting with a Q or NIQ.

It doesn’t cost anything to do this.

DVLA will send you a new log book (V5C) in the post.

You must put new number plates on the vehicle before you drive it.

Assign a private number to a brand new vehicle

You can ask your car dealer to assign a private number to a vehicle you’re buying. Give the dealer your V750 or V778 document.

Your dealer can also transfer your private number from a vehicle you own to a vehicle you’re buying.

Both vehicles must be of a type that needs an MOT or heavy goods vehicle (HGV) test certificate.

If you’re transferring the number from a vehicle you own, DVLA will send you the new log book (V5C) for that vehicle with a new registration number.

You must not sell or get rid of a vehicle until you get the new log book (V5C).

https://www.gov.uk/personalised-vehicle-registration-numbers/keep-or-assign

Drive carefully and drive safe!!!!!!!

 

Extra information about buying at auction!

Private Plate news

These are the extra costs of plates bought at public auction.

This is public information and available at the DVLA website

http://www.dvlaauction.co.uk/index.php/live-auction/what-will-it-cost/

What Will It Cost?

The sale price (also called the ‘Hammer Price’) is subject to VAT, the Auctioneer’s Buyer’s Premium of 8% (minimum £40 + VAT) together with the £80 Assignment Fee.

This can mount up! So be aware and use their calculator provided.

Example below, based on £10,000.00.

Hammer Price: £10,000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £2,000.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £800.00

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £160.00

Total VAT @ 20%: £2,160.00

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Amount Payable: £13,040.00

 

The reverse is, you have a budget of £10,000.00

Maximum Budget: £10000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £1532.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £612.80

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £122.56

Total VAT @ 20%: £1,654.56

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Additional Costs £2,347.36

Maximum Hammer Price: £7,660.00

 

Curtesy of the calculator.

 

Well done DVLA

We’ll keep you posted on future auctions or why not attend yourself?

I’ve bought myself and it is great fun, be aware of the final amount to pay is different to the hammer price and we’ve published these costs below.

DVLA and BCA keep up the good work, raising money for the UK.

CVPP.CO.UK would also like to say a job well done!

From the DVLA website!

Have a great day!

Check them out!

 

 

 

 

 

Read More...

Driver information blog Private (personalised) number plates – Part One – Plus buying at DVLA auction information

 

All this information below, is on the GOV.UK website and is constantly updated. This information, to the best of our knowledge, was correct at the time of post.

The GOV.UK and DVLA sites are a great source of information and a lot of hard work goes into providing this information for us! We are showing you a sample and please, check for yourself, the latest version on the information, on the sites.

This is public knowledge information, for everyone to us. Check it out and do not rely on any information provided on our website.

https://www.gov.uk/   Welcome Page of GOV.UK

 

Follow the links

Drive carefully and drive safe!!!!!!!

Private (personalised) number plates

https://www.gov.uk/personalised-vehicle-registration-numbers

  1. Overview
  2. Buy a private number plate
  3. Assign a private number to a vehicle
  4. Take a private number off a vehicle
  1. Renew your private number
  2. Give a private number to someone else
  3. Change your name and address
  4. If the person with the right to use the private number dies

1. Overview

You can buy a private (personalised) number plate for your vehicle from DVLA or from a private dealer.

Take a private number off (retention)

If you don’t want to use your private number anymore you can apply to take it off your vehicle, You can hold on to it until you want to use it again in the future – this is sometimes called putting it on retention.

You’ll get a V778 certificate proving you still have the right to use the number.

Selling a private number

You can also sell your private number if you don’t want to use it anymore.

If you’re selling your private number online, don’t share a scan or photograph of the V750 or V778 certificate. Someone other than the buyer might use it to put the private number on another vehicle.

Assign (put on) a private number to a vehicle

If you have the right to a private number that isn’t currently being used, you can apply to assign it to a vehicle.

Transfer a number from one vehicle to another

To transfer a private number from one vehicle to another, you need to:

  1. Take it off the vehicle you’re transferring it from.
  2. Assign it to the vehicle you’re transferring it to.

You can also do this by post using form V317.

https://www.gov.uk/personalised-vehicle-registration-numbers

Drive carefully and drive safe!!!!!!!

 

 

Extra information about buying at auction!

Private Plate news

These are the extra costs of plates bought at public auction.

This is public information and available at the DVLA website

http://www.dvlaauction.co.uk/index.php/live-auction/what-will-it-cost/

What Will It Cost?

The sale price (also called the ‘Hammer Price’) is subject to VAT, the Auctioneer’s Buyer’s Premium of 8% (minimum £40 + VAT) together with the £80 Assignment Fee.

This can mount up! So be aware and use their calculator provided.

Example below, based on £10,000.00.

Hammer Price: £10,000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £2,000.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £800.00

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £160.00

Total VAT @ 20%: £2,160.00

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Amount Payable: £13,040.00

 

The reverse is, you have a budget of £10,000.00

Maximum Budget: £10000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £1532.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £612.80

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £122.56

Total VAT @ 20%: £1,654.56

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Additional Costs £2,347.36

Maximum Hammer Price: £7,660.00

 

Curtesy of the calculator.

 

Well done DVLA

We’ll keep you posted on future auctions or why not attend yourself?

I’ve bought myself and it is great fun, be aware of the final amount to pay is different to the hammer price and we’ve published these costs below.

DVLA and BCA keep up the good work, raising money for the UK.

CVPP.CO.UK would also like to say a job well done!

From the DVLA website!

Have a great day!

Check them out!

Read More...

DVLA – This is public information about the next DVLA auction.

The next auction is at Mercedes Benz World, Brooklands, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 0SL on the 19th, 20th and 21st July 2017.. Only 15 days left to register as a bidder. To register click here.

These are great places to buy number plates – note there are additional fees etc – go to the bottom of the page for more information.

These are the next batch of number plates up for auction with the DVLA.

Lot Number – Number plate – Reserve

 

1 488 A 2500
2 47 AAN 1200
3 882 AB 2200
4 ABB 807T 250
5 ABE 1N 500
6 ACE 10W 300
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12 5 AFN 1200
13 22 AGM 1200
14 AGZ 5 500
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18 50 AJM 1200
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21 1511 AK 1500
22 AKE 4L 350
23 AKK 4S 350
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25 AL54 SHA 400
26 ALF 88E 300
27 ALY 77G 300
28 122 AM 2200
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30 AMA 170A 250
31 AMB 32R 300
32 AMB 66R 300
33 AME 7E 350
34 AMG 63B 300
35 AMR 175S 250
36 98 AMS 1200
37 AMY 805S 250
38 251 AN 2200
39 AN17 DYS 400
40 AN67 OMY 400
41 112 ANA 1200
42 AND 2W 350
43 ANE 35H 300
44 ANG 2E 350
45 ANG 44D 300
46 ANK 33T 300
47 ANN 45S 300
48 ANT 7N 350
49 78 AO 2200
50 365 APR 1200
51 ARC 111S 250
52 ARE 3L 350
53 ARM 174N 250
54 ART 8S 350
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56 88 ASB 1200
57 ASH 4A 350
58 2 ASN 1200
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60 11 ASU 1200
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62 AUN 771E 250
63 AVA 1P 500
64 3 AVR 1200
65 AVR 13L 300
66 AWC 9 1200
67 444 AXG 250
68 6 AYJ 400
69 A9 OOO 250
70 A44 YUB 250
71 A45 LAM 250
72 A51 UFO 250
73 A488 GTS 250
74 A650 AMG 250
75 A811 LET 250
76 101 B 2500
77 300 BA 2200
78 BA17 SAL 700
79 BAG 11A 300
80 BAG 641Y 250
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82 BAL 74J 300
83 BAN 157R 250
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85 BAS 7N 350
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88 5 BDY 400
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90 BEC 4N 350
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92 BEE 5N 350
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94 BEK 71E 300
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98 BEX 22X 300
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113 BR17 TON 700
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120 BUD 991E 250
121 BUG 35 1200
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126 B34 TTE 250
127 B34 UTX 250
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129 B66 BOB 250
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132 B111 ERO 250
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134 B166 JAG 250
135 B600 PER 250
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140 CAM 99B 300
141 CAN 1S 500
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144 CAS 5R 350
145 CAT 5D 350
146 CAY 10N 300
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150 CDS 12 1200
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158 CGZ 5 500
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161 CH14 NTE 400
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172 CLK 7X 350
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185 COT 732S 250
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192 CRO 55N 300
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200 C411 UMG 250
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202 C444 NNY 250
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209 DAN 5N 350
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236 90 DJG 1200
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243 DOD 77E 300
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248 DOO 6N 350
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250 DOT 7T 350
251 DOV 1L 500
252 DOW 5N 350
253 1000 DS 2000
254 88 DSF 1200
255 40 DSX 300
256 100 DSY 250
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258 DU17 LOP 700
259 DUG 33E 300
260 DUK 998S 250
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262 DUN 6N 350
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266 38 DY 2200
267 D34 CAN 250
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269 D83 RRY 250
270 D554 NDU 250
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273 EAG 1S 500
274 34 EAP 1200
275 1996 EC 1500
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277 3 ECO 1200
278 7 ECP 1200
279 EDD 71E 300
280 68 EE 2200
281 24 EEM 1200
282 547 EEM 1200
283 2 EEP 1200
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286 EHS 6N 350
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288 EL11 EYS 400
289 ELC 1N 500
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291 ELF 11N 300
292 ELL 44H 300
293 ELL 155M 250
294 ELY 1N 500
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297 EMM 44M 300
298 EMP 5N 350
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300 511 ENA 1200
301 ERM 1S 500
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303 ESM 1T 500
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305 EUF 1A 500
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307 EVA 7S 350
308 EVE 12Y 300
309 EVO 11S 300
310 888 EX 2200
311 E45 KEY 250
312 E111 JAH 250
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314 FAR 115H 250
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324 FER 50J 300
325 FER 111E 250
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327 777 FFX 250
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331 FLO 124L 250
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333 FOX 7N 350
334 FR13 EDA 400
335 6666 FS 2000
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337 95 FT 2200
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339 FUL 7N 350
340 1 FVB 2400
341 2 FVH 1200
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343 75 FY 2200
344 8 FYJ 400
345 F32 RET 250
346 F54 EED 250
347 F81 THS 250
348 F355 XVX 250
349 F812 RED 250
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353 GAS 805S 250
354 GAV 6A 350
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357 22 GCX 300
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359 6 GDY 400
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362 GEM 7E 350
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364 GEO 161A 250
365 GEO 263W 250
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369 GH11 OST 400
370 10 GJG 1200
371 666 GJX 250
372 3 GJY 400
373 101 GM 2200
374 GME 4D 350
375 3 GNB 1200
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377 GR10 EYS 400
378 GRA 2Y 350
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380 519 GS 2200
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382 89 GSS 1200
383 9 GST 1200
384 44 GSY 300
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387 GTT 350C 250
388 GUS 4S 350
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390 GUY 111A 250
391 1 GVY 2400
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393 60 GXG 300
394 GXZ 1 2000
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397 G600 NAN 250
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399 88 HA 2200
400 HA15 ALL 700
401 HA17 SON 700
402 HAD 1W 500
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404 HAN 8R 350
405 HAN 333Y 250
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407 HAY 1A 500
408 HAY 7R 350
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416 HE17 LEY 700
417 HEA 111E 250
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424 888 HJ 2200
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429 HO11 USE 400
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435 HOT 400T 250
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445 HUN 4L 350
446 HUT 713Y 250
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454 H717 MUS 250
455 IG 2016 1500
456 IRZ 6 500
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464 JAX 1B 500
465 JAY 3G 350
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468 JCK 11E 300
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473 JE11 ANS 400
474 JEN 52N 300
475 JEN 355A 250
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478 JET 5T 350
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481 6 JFH 1200
482 JGM 61 1200
483 6 JHJ 1200
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485 111 JJR 1200
486 JKA 7E 350
487 8 JKY 400
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492 JOE 33C 300
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494 JOS 15H 300
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500 JSK 3 1200
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504 JU57 ASK 700
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506 JUN 1R 500
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514 JXZ 8 500
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517 J450 HAL 250
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523 KAM 2N 350
524 KAN 3C 350
525 KAN 4H 350
526 KAP 90R 300
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528 4 KBR 1200
529 11 KCS 1200
530 8 KDP 1200
531 2 KDU 1200
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533 KE03 LLY 400
534 KEA 71Y 300
535 KEE 6N 350
536 KEL 80Y 300
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538 KEN 7Y 350
539 KEV 3X 350
540 KEW 1Y 500
541 11 KFL 1200
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544 KHA 551M 250
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552 KNA 993R 250
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563 82 KWG 1200
564 44 KXO 300
565 KYL 2E 350
566 K21 MMY 250
567 K24 JAC 250
568 K41 RAS 250
569 K42 RAN 250
570 K111 RKY 250
571 K111 RST 250
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576 LAM 4Y 350
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578 LAM 80H 300
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581 LAU 4A 350
582 LAV 111S 250
583 LAW 7N 350
584 LAX 7N 350
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586 LBU 770N 250
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597 LEO 2N 350
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614 LOU 115B 250
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618 LRY 44N 300
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622 LUM 3N 350
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624 LUX 7N 350
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626 9 LVN 1200
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630 4 LXW 400
631 LY11 ONS 400
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645 MAC 142N 250
646 MAC 805S 250
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648 MAD 4X 350
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651 777 MAK 1200
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666 MCG 11E 300
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669 MCL 720S 250
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672 ME17 DEZ 700
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674 MEL 8V 350
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680 888 MFW 1200
681 400 MG 2200
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683 5 MHD 1200
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687 MJH 1V 500
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689 MJR 1A 500
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712 200 MSY 250
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719 2 MWE 1200
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723 MY10 RNA 400
724 MYL 4M 350
725 1 MYV 2400
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731 120 N 2500
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734 NAG 3S 350
735 NAJ 33D 300
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737 NAT 11N 300
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740 NAZ 9 500
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744 76 NE 2200
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747 NEW 573D 250
748 5111 NH 1500
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761 1 NVC 2400
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773 OAT 1Y 500
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775 OCE 9N 350
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779 2 OEH 1200
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789 7 ONA 1200
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831 PHO 311X 250
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838 4 PNB 1200
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846 PRE 560T 250
847 911 PRP 1200
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865 P41 SEY 250
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869 RAD 1Y 500
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871 RAJ 17B 300
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875 RAP 1Y 500
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877 RAY 5N 350
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879 1985 RC 1500
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883 4 RDF 1200
884 RDS 81 1200
885 84 RDS 1200
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887 RED 11L 300
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891 2 RFH 1200
892 RFP 5 1200
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895 100 RGY 250
896 RHB 7 1200
897 RHY 55K 300
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899 758 RJT 1200
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903 8 RLY 400
904 555 RM 2200
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907 RNZ 4 500
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913 ROB 600T 250
914 ROB 831E 250
915 ROD 8S 350
916 ROG 14A 300
917 7 ROK 1200
918 ROK 4S 350
919 ROM 30P 300
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921 RON 5N 350
922 3 ROR 1200
923 ROS 11A 300
924 ROU 551N 250
925 ROY 11Y 300
926 666 RP 2200
927 3 RRG 1200
928 25 RSS 1200
929 RUB 8S 350
930 11 RUD 1200
931 RUM 5Y 350
932 22 RUN 1200
933 RUS 55H 300
934 RUS 144N 250
935 RUT 1H 500
936 1111 RV 2000
937 51 RVN 1200
938 3 RWD 1200
939 2 RWK 1200
940 700 RXX 250
941 200 RY 2200
942 RYA 13N 300
943 6 RYN 400
944 R41 NNA 250
945 R335 DAN 250
946 411 S 2500
947 110 SA 2200
948 SA17 DHU 700
949 SA17 DRA 700
950 SAB 10N 300
951 SAB 666T 250
952 SAF 14N 300
953 888 SAJ 1200
954 SAL 14D 300
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956 SAM 8W 350
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959 SAN 657R 250
960 SAN 933V 250
961 SAR 7F 350
962 SAR 44B 300
963 SCO 7C 350
964 11 SCT 1200
965 SCU 113N 250
966 2004 SD 1500
967 5 SDO 1200
968 30 SDY 300
969 101 SE 2200
970 SEF 7N 350
971 SEH 4J 350
972 4 SER 1200
973 SEX 7N 350
974 2 SFB 1200
975 5 SFY 400
976 11 SGC 1200
977 2 SGK 1200
978 SGL 15 1200
979 SGM 12 1200
980 SH11 ANE 400
981 SH13 LLS 700
982 SHA 113M 250
983 5 SHO 1200
984 SHO 77N 300
985 SIG 9 500
986 1994 SJ 1500
987 SJP 101 1200
988 2 SJV 1200
989 1993 SK 1500
990 66 SKB 1200
991 SKE 17N 300
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993 111 SKS 1200
994 7 SLH 1200
995 SLK 1M 500
996 SLM 444N 250
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1000 1000 SO 2000
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1002 SOK 3T 350
1003 SOU 7R 350
1004 SPE 4T 350
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1006 22 SSC 1200
1007 2 SSF 1200
1008 SSH 1P 500
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1010 ST04 EVE 400
1011 ST11 YLE 400
1012 STA 7N 350
1013 STO 77Y 300
1014 STU 11C 300
1015 STU 81Y 300
1016 SUB 1N 500
1017 5 SUD 1200
1018 SUE 2S 350
1019 SUM 1E 500
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1021 SUN 634V 250
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1023 20 SUY 300
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1032 S45 HKA 250
1033 S50 OOO 250
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1035 S76 CEY 250
1036 737 T 2500
1037 TA66 ART 700
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1040 TAX 1F 500
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1048 63 TEL 1200
1049 TER 7N 350
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1051 TEX 8 1200
1052 321 TG 2200
1053 1988 TH 1500
1054 5 THB 1200
1055 THE 1F 500
1056 THE 100K 250
1057 THE 615T 250
1058 2 THH 1200
1059 7 THR 1200
1060 THZ 7 500
1061 5 TJJ 1200
1062 TJO 5H 350
1063 1966 TK 1500
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1065 10 TLY 300
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1068 TOM 145M 250
1069 TOO 134D 250
1070 TOW 1R 500
1071 TOY 130X 250
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1073 8888 TP 2000
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1075 65 TPX 1200
1076 TR14 ACY 400
1077 TRO 55S 300
1078 8 TRP 1200
1079 4 TRW 1200
1080 12 TRX 300
1081 977 TS 2200
1082 996 TS 2200
1083 TSB 8 1200
1084 TSJ 12 1200
1085 TUR 1Y 500
1086 TUR 7N 350
1087 TUR 64Y 300
1088 75 TV 2200
1089 39 TWO 1200
1090 TWO 80B 300
1091 8 TWS 1200
1092 333 TWY 250
1093 4 TXP 400
1094 707 TY 2200
1095 TY11 LER 400
1096 88 TYG 1200
1097 66 TYH 300
1098 T34 GAN 250
1099 T35 LAA 250
1100 T48 ARD 250
1101 T199 ERS 250
1102 1 UCO 2400
1103 12 UD 2200
1104 UDD 17N 300
1105 57 UEY 1200
1106 UEZ 9 500
1107 11 UH 2200
1108 411 UJ 2200
1109 47 UL 2200
1110 5 ULY 400
1111 UMM 44L 300
1112 50 UNX 300
1113 600 UOX 250
1114 50 US 2200
1115 1 UTH 2400
1116 8 UTY 400
1117 555 UXB 250
1118 11 UXU 300
1119 44 UXX 300
1120 9 UYF 400
1121 77 UYL 300
1122 800 UYO 250
1123 5111 V 2500
1124 2 VAJ 1200
1125 VAL 6E 350
1126 7 VAV 1200
1127 7 VCY 400
1128 54 VD 2200
1129 911 VE 2200
1130 VEC 2 1200
1131 VEL 4R 350
1132 VEN 701A 250
1133 11 VES 1200
1134 VES 5Y 350
1135 VET 2A 350
1136 100 VG 2200
1137 VGN 111N 250
1138 80 VGX 300
1139 13 VJ 2200
1140 2 VJA 1200
1141 VJP 2 1200
1142 VLZ 2 500
1143 777 VR 2200
1144 VRG 111N 250
1145 4 VSB 1200
1146 1 VSF 2400
1147 66 VSX 300
1148 5 VXK 400
1149 24 VXM 300
1150 950 VXR 250
1151 90 VYO 300
1152 VYV 1E 500
1153 2 VYW 400
1154 V2 OOO 250
1155 170 W 2500
1156 444 WA 2200
1157 WA17 ERS 700
1158 7 WAD 1200
1159 85 WAN 1200
1160 WAR 116K 250
1161 WAT 6R 350
1162 WBA 1L 500
1163 5 WCK 1200
1164 1000 WD 2000
1165 WEF 2 1200
1166 WEM 2 1200
1167 WES 3Y 350
1168 555 WG 2200
1169 2 WGB 1200
1170 WGS 4 1200
1171 61 WH 2200
1172 WH15 TON 700
1173 WH17 TLE 700
1174 6 WJB 1200
1175 2 WJJ 1200
1176 WJK 3 1200
1177 21 WKA 1200
1178 WKH 444N 250
1179 7 WKY 400
1180 1 WLD 2400
1181 1960 WM 1500
1182 WOO 11E 300
1183 1000 WR 2000
1184 8 WRD 1200
1185 56 WT 2200
1186 WUL 1E 500
1187 88 WXS 300
1188 W41 TED 250
1189 W411 NEY 250
1190 944 X 2500
1191 2 XAA 400
1192 700 XAS 250
1193 XBA 1E 500
1194 4 XBE 400
1195 2 XBO 400
1196 1 XCA 2400
1197 7 XD 2200
1198 80 XDL 300
1199 13 XE 2200
1200 73 XEL 300
1201 50 XGA 300
1202 911 XJR 1200
1203 XJS 1R 500
1204 1 XKG 2400
1205 XKZ 8 500
1206 4 XLH 400
1207 1 XLM 2400
1208 111 XO 2200
1209 XRA 1X 500
1210 500 XS 2200
1211 XSB 2 1200
1212 49 XX 2200
1213 55 XXD 300
1214 XXX 55X 300
1215 X4 OOO 250
1216 118 Y 2500
1217 21 YA 2200
1218 21 YAD 1200
1219 YAH 4A 350
1220 511 YAM 250
1221 YBO 5S 350
1222 55 YC 2200
1223 114 YCH 250
1224 236 YDL 250
1225 YEA 251Y 250
1226 50 YEE 300
1227 1 YER 2400
1228 YFZ 4 500
1229 3 YHE 400
1230 40 YHH 400
1231 400 YHO 250
1232 8 YJC 400
1233 70 YJM 300
1234 3 YKD 400
1235 60 YKV 300
1236 777 YLJ 250
1237 7 YLO 400
1238 12 YM 2200
1239 24 YNE 1200
1240 61 YNT 1200
1241 YOG 4X 350
1242 50 YR 2200
1243 122 YT 2200
1244 YU03 SUF 400
1245 17 YUB 300
1246 4 YWW 400
1247 33 YXU 300
1248 Y35 BEL 250
1249 Y35 JOY 250
1250 Y35 RAY 250

Extra information about buying at auction!

Private Plate news

These are the extra costs of plates bought at public auction.

This is public information and available at the DVLA website

http://www.dvlaauction.co.uk/index.php/live-auction/what-will-it-cost/

What Will It Cost?

The sale price (also called the ‘Hammer Price’) is subject to VAT, the Auctioneer’s Buyer’s Premium of 8% (minimum £40 + VAT) together with the £80 Assignment Fee.

This can mount up! So be aware and use their calculator provided.

Example below, based on £10,000.00.

Hammer Price: £10,000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £2,000.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £800.00

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £160.00

Total VAT @ 20%: £2,160.00

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Amount Payable: £13,040.00

The reverse is, you have a budget of £10,000.00

Maximum Budget: £10000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £1532.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £612.80

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £122.56

Total VAT @ 20%: £1,654.56

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Additional Costs £2,347.36

Maximum Hammer Price: £7,660.00

Curtesy of the calculator.

Well done DVLA

We’ll keep you posted on future auctions or why not attend yourself?

I’ve bought myself and it is great fun, be aware of the final amount to pay is different to the hammer price and we’ve published these costs below.

DVLA and BCA keep up the good work, raising money for the UK.

CVPP.CO.UK would also like to say a job well done!

From the DVLA website!

Have a great day!

Check them out!

If there are any errors, we’re happy to amend?

Let us know?

 

Read More...

Driver information blog – Buy a personalised registration number –  Part One

Drive carefully and drive safe!!!!!!!

All this information below, is on the GOV.UK website and is constantly updated. This information, to the best of our knowledge, was correct at the time of post.

The GOV.UK and DVLA sites are a great source of information and a lot of hard work goes into providing this information for us! We are showing you a sample and please, check for yourself, the latest version on the information, on the sites.

This is public knowledge information, for everyone to us. Check it out and do not rely on any information provided on our website.

https://www.gov.uk/ – Welcome Page of GOV.UK

 

Follow the links

Buy a personalised registration number

https://www.gov.uk/buy-a-personalised-registration-number

You can buy a personalised registration for your number plates from DVLA online or at auction. Search online to see which numbers are available and how much they cost.

Start now on the DVLA Personalised Registrations service

You’ll need a debit or credit card to use this service.

Personalised registration numbers can only be used on a vehicle registered (or about to be registered), taxed and used in the UK.

You can’t make the vehicle look newer than it actually is. For example, you can’t put a registration number onto a 2003 registered vehicle.

When you buy a personalised registration number, you’re buying the right to assign this number to a vehicle registered in your name or someone else’s name (the nominee).

Last updated: 25 June 2017

https://www.gov.uk/buy-a-personalised-registration-number

Drive carefully and drive safe!!!!!!!

 

 

 

Extra information about buying at auction!

Private Plate news

These are the extra costs of plates bought at public auction.

This is public information and available at the DVLA website

http://www.dvlaauction.co.uk/index.php/live-auction/what-will-it-cost/

What Will It Cost?

The sale price (also called the ‘Hammer Price’) is subject to VAT, the Auctioneer’s Buyer’s Premium of 8% (minimum £40 + VAT) together with the £80 Assignment Fee.

This can mount up! So be aware and use their calculator provided.

Example below, based on £10,000.00.

Hammer Price: £10,000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £2,000.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £800.00

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £160.00

Total VAT @ 20%: £2,160.00

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Amount Payable: £13,040.00

The reverse is, you have a budget of £10,000.00

Maximum Budget: £10000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £1532.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £612.80

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £122.56

Total VAT @ 20%: £1,654.56

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Additional Costs £2,347.36

Maximum Hammer Price: £7,660.00

Curtesy of the calculator.

Well done DVLA

We’ll keep you posted on future auctions or why not attend yourself?

I’ve bought myself and it is great fun, be aware of the final amount to pay is different to the hammer price and we’ve published these costs below.

DVLA and BCA keep up the good work, raising money for the UK.

CVPP.CO.UK would also like to say a job well done!

From the DVLA website!

Have a great day!

Check them out!

Read More...

Driver information blog – Displaying number plates – Part three

Drive carefully and drive safe!!!!!!!

All this information below, is on the GOV.UK website and is constantly updated. This information, to the best of our knowledge, was correct at the time of post.

The GOV.UK and DVLA sites are a great source of information and a lot of hard work goes into providing this information for us! We are showing you a sample and please, check for yourself, the latest version on the information, on the sites.

This is public knowledge information, for everyone to us. Check it out and do not rely on any information provided on our website.

https://www.gov.uk/  Welcome Page of GOV.UK

 

Follow the links

 

 

4. Flags, symbols and identifiers

https://www.gov.uk/displaying-number-plates/flags-symbols-and-identifiers

Flags and national identifying letters

You can display one of the following flags with identifying letters on the left-hand side of the number plate:

  • Union Flag
  • Cross of St George
  • Cross of St Andrew – also known as the Saltire
  • Red Dragon of Wales

The letters, or national identifiers, you can have are:

  • GREAT BRITAIN, Great Britain or GB
  • UNITED KINGDOM, United Kingdom or UK
  • CYMRU, Cymru, CYM or Cym
  • ENGLAND, England, ENG, Eng
  • SCOTLAND, Scotland, SCO or Sco
  • WALES or Wales

You’ll still need a GB sticker when travelling in Europe if you display one of these national flags and identifiers.

The flag must be above the identifier. You can’t have the flag or letters on the number plate margin, and neither can be more than 50 millimetres wide.

Euro symbol

If you display the Euro symbol and Great Britain (GB) national identifier on your number plate, then you won’t need a separate GB sticker when travelling within the European Union.

The Euro symbol must:

  • be a minimum height of 98mm
  • have a width between 40 and 50mm
  • have a reflective blue background with 12 reflecting yellow stars at the top
  • show the member state (GB) in reflecting white or yellow

https://www.gov.uk/displaying-number-plates/flags-symbols-and-identifiers

Drive carefully and drive safe!!!!!!!

Buy a personalised registration number

https://www.gov.uk/buy-a-personalised-registration-number

You can buy a personalised registration for your number plates from DVLA online or at auction. Search online to see which numbers are available and how much they cost.

Start now on the DVLA Personalised Registrations service

You’ll need a debit or credit card to use this service.

Personalised registration numbers can only be used on a vehicle registered (or about to be registered), taxed and used in the UK.

You can’t make the vehicle look newer than it actually is. For example, you can’t put an registration number onto a 2003 registered vehicle.

When you buy a personalised registration number, you’re buying the right to assign this number to a vehicle registered in your name or someone else’s name (the nominee).

Last updated: 25 June 2017

https://www.gov.uk/buy-a-personalised-registration-number

Drive carefully and drive safe!!!!!!!

 

 

 

 

Extra information about buying at auction!

Private Plate news

These are the extra costs of plates bought at public auction.

This is public information and available at the DVLA website

http://www.dvlaauction.co.uk/index.php/live-auction/what-will-it-cost/

What Will It Cost?

The sale price (also called the ‘Hammer Price’) is subject to VAT, the Auctioneer’s Buyer’s Premium of 8% (minimum £40 + VAT) together with the £80 Assignment Fee.

This can mount up! So be aware and use their calculator provided.

Example below, based on £10,000.00.

Hammer Price: £10,000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £2,000.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £800.00

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £160.00

Total VAT @ 20%: £2,160.00

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Amount Payable: £13,040.00

The reverse is, you have a budget of £10,000.00

Maximum Budget: £10000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £1532.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £612.80

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £122.56

Total VAT @ 20%: £1,654.56

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Additional Costs £2,347.36

Maximum Hammer Price: £7,660.00

Curtesy of the calculator.

Well done DVLA

We’ll keep you posted on future auctions or why not attend yourself?

I’ve bought myself and it is great fun, be aware of the final amount to pay is different to the hammer price and we’ve published these costs below.

DVLA and BCA keep up the good work, raising money for the UK.

CVPP.CO.UK would also like to say a job well done!

From the DVLA website!

Have a great day!

Check them out!

Read More...

Driver information blog – Displaying number plate – Part two

Drive carefully and drive safe!!!!!!!

 

All this information below, is on the GOV.UK website and is constantly updated. This information, to the best of our knowledge, was correct at the time of post.

The GOV.UK and DVLA sites are a great source of information and a lot of hard work goes into providing this information for us! We are showing you a sample and please, check for yourself, the latest version on the information, on the sites.

This is public knowledge information, for everyone to us. Check it out and do not rely on any information provided on our website.

https://www.gov.uk/   Welcome Page of GOV.UK

 

Follow the links

 

2.Rules for number plates

https://www.gov.uk/displaying-number-plates/rules-number-plates

Your number plates should:

  • be made from a reflective material
  • display black characters on a white background (front plate)
  • display black characters on a yellow background (rear plate)
  • not have a background pattern

Characters on a number plate can be 3D.

If you ride a motorbike or motor tricycle

Motorcycles and motor tricycles registered on or after 1 September 2001 must only display a number plate at the rear of the vehicle.

If you ride a motorbike or motor tricycle registered before 1 September 2001 you can also display a number plate at the front, but you don’t have to.

Motorcycle and motor tricycle number plate numbers should be on 2 lines.

Towing a trailer

Your trailer must display the same number plate as the car you’re towing it with. If you’re towing more than one trailer, the number plate must be fixed to the trailer at the back.

Letter spacing, size and style

The characters on a number plate need to be a certain height and size.

Read leaflet INF104: vehicle registration numbers and number plates – height and size measurement, for more information.

https://www.gov.uk/displaying-number-plates/rules-number-plates

3.Getting number plates made up

https://www.gov.uk/displaying-number-plates/getting-number-plates-made-up

You can only get a number plate made up from a registered number plate supplier.

The supplier will need to see original documents that:

  • prove your name and address
  • show you’re allowed to use the registration number

Identity documents

You can use the following to confirm your name and address:

  • driving licence
  • utility, Council Tax or rates bill from the last 6 months
  • bank or building society statement from the last 6 months
  • national identity card

The following will confirm your name only:

  • passport – doesn’t have to be issued in the UK
  • bank or building society debit or credit card
  • police warrant card
  • armed forces identity card

Proving you can use the registration number

You must bring one of the following to show you’re allowed to display the registration number:

  • vehicle registration certificate (V5C or V5CNI)
  • new keeper supplement (V5C/2 or V5C/2NI)
  • certificate of entitlement (V750 or V750NI) to the number
  • retention document (V778) – not applicable in Northern Ireland
  • a renewal reminder for vehicle tax or SORN (V11 or V11NI)
  • temporary registration certificate (V379 or V379NI)
  • a number plate authorisation certificate (V948) with an official stamp from the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) or Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA)
  • an electronic number plate authorisation certificate (eV948)
  • a letter of authorisation from a fleet operator (including lease or hire company) quoting the document reference number from the registration certificate
  • if your fleet is in the new V5C on demand scheme (also called V5C suppression), a PDF of the vehicle’s details from the view vehicle record service

https://www.gov.uk/displaying-number-plates/getting-number-plates-made-up

Drive carefully and drive safe!!!!!!!

 

 

 

Extra information about buying at auction!

Private Plate news

These are the extra costs of plates bought at public auction.

This is public information and available at the DVLA website

http://www.dvlaauction.co.uk/index.php/live-auction/what-will-it-cost/

What Will It Cost?

The sale price (also called the ‘Hammer Price’) is subject to VAT, the Auctioneer’s Buyer’s Premium of 8% (minimum £40 + VAT) together with the £80 Assignment Fee.

This can mount up! So be aware and use their calculator provided.

Example below, based on £10,000.00.

Hammer Price: £10,000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £2,000.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £800.00

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £160.00

Total VAT @ 20%: £2,160.00

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Amount Payable: £13,040.00

The reverse is, you have a budget of £10,000.00

Maximum Budget: £10000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £1532.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £612.80

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £122.56

Total VAT @ 20%: £1,654.56

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Additional Costs £2,347.36

Maximum Hammer Price: £7,660.00

Curtesy of the calculator.

Well done DVLA

We’ll keep you posted on future auctions or why not attend yourself?

I’ve bought myself and it is great fun, be aware of the final amount to pay is different to the hammer price and we’ve published these costs below.

DVLA and BCA keep up the good work, raising money for the UK.

CVPP.CO.UK would also like to say a job well done!

From the DVLA website!

Have a great day!

Check them out!

Read More...

Driver information blog “ Displaying number plates – Part one

Drive carefully and drive safe!!!!!!!

 

All this information below, is on the GOV.UK website and is constantly updated. This information, to the best of our knowledge, was correct at the time of post.

The GOV.UK and DVLA sites are a great source of information and a lot of hard work goes into providing this information for us! We are showing you a sample and please, check for yourself, the latest version on the information, on the sites.

This is public knowledge information, for everyone to us. Check it out and do not rely on any information provided on our website.

https://www.gov.uk/  Welcome Page of GOV.UK

 

Follow the links

https://www.gov.uk/displaying-number-plates

Displaying number plates

  1. Overview
  2. Rules for number plates
  1. Getting number plates made up
  2. Flags, symbols and identifiers
  1. Overview

https://www.gov.uk/displaying-number-plates

Number plates (also known as licence plates) should show your vehicle registration number correctly. You can’t rearrange letters or numbers, or alter them so that they’re hard to read.

You could be fined up to £1,000 and your car will fail its MOT test if you drive with incorrectly displayed number plates.

The current vehicle registration number format was introduced in 2001. It consists of:

  • 2 letters (these refer to the region in the country where your vehicle was first registered)
  • 2 numbers (these tell you when it was issued)
  • 3 letters chosen at random

You can get theft-resistant number plates – these make it harder for someone to remove them from your vehicle quickly and reuse them. Ask your local car dealer or registered number plate supplier for more information.

https://www.gov.uk/displaying-number-plates

 

Drive carefully and drive safe!!!!!!!

 

 

 

Extra information about buying at auction!

Private Plate news

These are the extra costs of plates bought at public auction.

This is public information and available at the DVLA website

http://www.dvlaauction.co.uk/index.php/live-auction/what-will-it-cost/

What Will It Cost?

The sale price (also called the ‘Hammer Price’) is subject to VAT, the Auctioneer’s Buyer’s Premium of 8% (minimum £40 + VAT) together with the £80 Assignment Fee.

This can mount up! So be aware and use their calculator provided.

Example below, based on £10,000.00.

Hammer Price: £10,000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £2,000.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £800.00

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £160.00

Total VAT @ 20%: £2,160.00

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Amount Payable: £13,040.00

 

The reverse is, you have a budget of £10,000.00

Maximum Budget: £10000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £1532.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £612.80

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £122.56

Total VAT @ 20%: £1,654.56

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Additional Costs £2,347.36

Maximum Hammer Price: £7,660.00

 

Curtesy of the calculator.

 

Well done DVLA

We’ll keep you posted on future auctions or why not attend yourself?

I’ve bought myself and it is great fun, be aware of the final amount to pay is different to the hammer price and we’ve published these costs below.

DVLA and BCA keep up the good work, raising money for the UK.

CVPP.CO.UK would also like to say a job well done!

From the DVLA website!

Have a great day!

Check them out!

 

Read More...

Private Plate news

These are the extra costs of plates bought at public auction.

This is public information and available at the DVLA website

http://www.dvlaauction.co.uk/index.php/live-auction/what-will-it-cost/

 

What Will It Cost?

The sale price (also called the ‘Hammer Price’) is subject to VAT, the Auctioneer’s Buyer’s Premium of 8% (minimum £40 + VAT) together with the £80 Assignment Fee.

This can mount up! So be aware and use their calculator provided.

Example below, based on £10,000.00.

 

 

Hammer Price: £10,000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £2,000.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £800.00

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £160.00

Total VAT @ 20%: £2,160.00

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Amount Payable: £13,040.00

 

 

The reverse is, you have a budget of £10,000.00

Maximum Budget: £10000.00

VAT on Hammer Price @ 20%: £1532.00

Buyer’s Premium @ 8%: £612.80

VAT on Buyer’s Premium @ 20%: £122.56

Total VAT @ 20%: £1,654.56

Assignment Fee (not VATable): £80.00

Total Additional Costs £2,347.36

Maximum Hammer Price: £7,660.00

 

Curtesy of the calculator.

Well done DVLA

We’ll keep you posted on future auctions or why not attend yourself?

I’ve bought myself and it is great fun, be aware of the final amount to pay is different to the hammer price and we’ve published these costs below.

DVLA and BCA keep up the good work, raising money for the UK.

CVPP.CO.UK would also like to say a job well done!

From the DVLA website!

Have a great day!!!

Read More...

Private Plate news

These are the top 60 plates at the last public auction.

This is public information and available at the DVLA website

http://www.dvlaauction.co.uk/index.php/live-auction/prices-achieved/

We’ll keep you posted on future auctions or why not attend yourself?

I’ve bought myself and it is great fun, be aware of the final amount to pay is different to the hammer price and we’ll publish those costs later.

DVLA and BCA keep up the good work, raising money for the UK.

CVPP.CO.UK would also like to say a job well done!

Thank you

 

DVLA LIVE AUCTION OF PERSONALISED REGISTRATIONS

RESULTS
CHELTENHAM CHASE HOTEL, GL3 4PB
17th, 18th & 19th May 2017
Lot No Registration Reserve Price Sale Price Status
559 JSK 1 £2,400 £56,200 SOLD
812 35 O £2,500 £45,000 SOLD
1228 8088 Y £2,500 £31,200 SOLD
1021 488 SPY £1,200 £26,000 SOLD
871 POG 8A £350 £23,000 SOLD
679 110 M £2,500 £22,200 SOLD
75 AYA 8N £350 £21,200 SOLD
813 180 O £2,500 £19,500 SOLD
1206 918 X £2,500 £17,500 SOLD
531 JE17 SON £700 £16,000 SOLD
1229 786 YA £2,200 £16,000 SOLD
384 115 G £2,500 £15,000 SOLD
1027 69 SSS £1,200 £15,000 SOLD
152 356 C £2,500 £14,000 SOLD
751 1 MYT £2,400 £14,000 SOLD
1043 1972 SV £1,500 £14,000 SOLD
1187 5 WFC £1,200 £13,600 SOLD
599 151 KHS £1,200 £13,300 SOLD
1130 8 UH £2,200 £12,800 SOLD
36 AKB 7R £350 £12,600 SOLD
37 AKR 41M £300 £12,600 SOLD
1150 1 VEP £2,400 £12,500 SOLD
791 NOT 1T £500 £12,200 SOLD
835 888 OOO £1,200 £11,600 SOLD
1036 SU17 TAN £700 £11,500 SOLD
1076 1 TGK £2,400 £11,200 SOLD
1034 SU14 NNY £400 £11,000 SOLD
1055 S9 EED £250 £11,000 SOLD
1184 1 WEF £2,400 £11,000 SOLD
463 8 HFS £1,200 £10,800 SOLD
448 55 HAM £1,200 £10,700 SOLD
17 ADH 110N £250 £10,600 SOLD
666 99 LU £2,200 £10,500 SOLD
374 1 FVC £2,400 £10,300 SOLD
1221 7 XV £2,200 £10,300 SOLD
973 356 S £2,500 £10,100 SOLD
1247 5 YX £2,200 £10,100 SOLD
614 1 KTS £2,400 £10,000 SOLD
1003 SJP 13 £1,200 £10,000 SOLD
1060 333 T £2,500 £10,000 SOLD
42 111 ALS £1,200 £9,900 SOLD
175 812 CH £2,200 £9,600 SOLD
44 455 AM £2,200 £9,500 SOLD
974 488 SA £2,200 £9,500 SOLD
987 222 SD £2,200 £9,500 SOLD
983 1000 SB £2,000 £9,100 SOLD
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Penalty points (endorsements)

1. Overview

The courts can fine you and ‘endorse’ your driving record with penalty points if you’re convicted of a motoring offence.

Endorsements must stay on your driving record for 4 or 11 years, depending on the offence.

The endorsement and penalty points are put on your driver record. View your driving licence record to see what penalty points you have and when they’ll be removed.

You can be disqualified from driving if you build up 12 or more penalty points within a period of 3 years. There are different rules for new drivers.

Endorsement codes and processes in Northern Ireland are different.

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2. Endorsement codes and penalty points

Each endorsement has a special code and is given ‘penalty points’ on a scale from 1 to 11. You get more points for more serious offences.

The table shows the offence codes that can be put on your driving record. It also shows how many penalty points you can get for them. Some offences may also involve a disqualification.

Offence codes and penalty points must stay on your driving record for 4 or 11 years depending on the offence.

Accident offences

These codes must stay on a driving record for 4 years from the date of the offence.

Code Offence Penalty points
AC10 Failing to stop after an accident 5 to 10
AC20 Failing to give particulars or report an accident within 24 hours 5 to 10
AC30 Undefined accident offences 4 to 9

Disqualified driver

Codes BA10 and BA30 must stay on a driving record for 4 years from the date of the offence.

Code Offence Penalty points
BA10 Driving while disqualified by order of court 6
BA30 Attempting to drive while disqualified by order of court 6

Codes BA40 and BA60 must stay on a driving record for 4 years from the date of the conviction.

Code Offence Penalty points
BA40 Causing death by driving while disqualified 3 to 11
BA60 Causing serious injury by driving while disqualified 3 to 11

Careless driving

Codes CD10 to CD30 must stay on a driving record for 4 years from the date of the offence.

Code Offence Penalty points
CD10 Driving without due care and attention 3 to 9
CD20 Driving without reasonable consideration for other road users 3 to 9
CD30 Driving without due care and attention or without reasonable consideration for other road users 3 to 9

Codes CD40 to CD70 must stay on a driving record for 11 years from the date of the conviction.

Code Offence Penalty points
CD40 Causing death through careless driving when unfit through drink 3 to 11
CD50 Causing death by careless driving when unfit through drugs 3 to 11
CD60 Causing death by careless driving with alcohol level above the limit 3 to 11
CD70 Causing death by careless driving then failing to supply a specimen for alcohol analysis 3 to 11

Codes CD80 and CD90 must stay on a driving record for 4 years from the date of the conviction.

Code Offence Penalty points
CD80 Causing death by careless, or inconsiderate, driving 3 to 11
CD90 Causing death by driving: unlicensed, disqualified or uninsured drivers 3 to 11

Construction and use offences

These codes must stay on a driving record for 4 years from the date of the offence.

Code Offence Penalty points
CU10 Using a vehicle with defective brakes 3
CU20 Causing or likely to cause danger by reason of use of unsuitable vehicle or using a vehicle with parts or accessories (excluding brakes, steering or tyres) in a dangerous condition 3
CU30 Using a vehicle with defective tyre(s) 3
CU40 Using a vehicle with defective steering 3
CU50 Causing or likely to cause danger by reason of load or passengers 3
CU80 Breach of requirements as to control of the vehicle, such as using a mobile phone 3 to 6

Reckless/dangerous driving

These codes must stay on a driving record for 4 years from the date of the conviction.

Code Offence Penalty points
DD10 Causing serious injury by dangerous driving 3 to 11
DD40 Dangerous driving 3 to 11
DD60 Manslaughter or culpable homicide while driving a vehicle 3 to 11
DD80 Causing death by dangerous driving 3 to 11
DD90 Furious driving 3 to 9

Drink

Codes DR10 to DR61 must stay on a driving record for 11 years from the date of the conviction.

Code Offence Penalty points
DR10 Driving or attempting to drive with alcohol level above limit 3 to 11
DR20 Driving or attempting to drive while unfit through drink 3 to 11
DR30 Driving or attempting to drive then failing to supply a specimen for analysis 3 to 11
DR31 Driving or attempting to drive then refusing to give permission for analysis of a blood sample that was taken without consent due to incapacity 3 to 11
DR61 Refusing to give permission for analysis of a blood sample that was taken without consent due to incapacity in circumstances other than driving or attempting to drive 10

Codes DR40 to DR70 must stay on a driving record for 4 years from the date of the offence or 4 years from date of conviction where a disqualification is imposed.

Code Offence Penalty points
DR40 In charge of a vehicle while alcohol level above limit 10
DR50 In charge of a vehicle while unfit through drink 10
DR60 Failure to provide a specimen for analysis in circumstances other than driving or attempting to drive 10
DR70 Failing to provide specimen for breath test 4

Drugs

These codes must stay on a driving record for 11 years from the date of the conviction.

Code Offence Penalty points
DG10 Driving or attempting to drive with drug level above the specified limit 3 to 11
DG60 Causing death by careless driving with drug level above the limit 3 to 11
DR80 Driving or attempting to drive when unfit through drugs 3 to 11

These codes must stay on a driving record for 4 years from the date of the offence or 4 years from date of conviction where a disqualification is imposed.

Code Offence Penalty points
DG40 In charge of a vehicle while drug level above specified limit 10
DR90 In charge of a vehicle when unfit through drugs 10

Insurance offences

Code IN10 must stay on a driving record for 4 years from the date of the offence.

Code Offence Penalty points
IN10 Using a vehicle uninsured against third party risks 6 to 8

Licence offences

These codes must stay on a driving record for 4 years from the date of the offence.

Code Offence Penalty points
LC20 Driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence 3 to 6
LC30 Driving after making a false declaration about fitness when applying for a licence 3 to 6
LC40 Driving a vehicle having failed to notify a disability 3 to 6
LC50 Driving after a licence has been cancelled (revoked) or refused on medical grounds 3 to 6

Miscellaneous offences

These codes must stay on a driving record for 4 years from the date of the offence.

Code Offence Penalty points
MS10 Leaving a vehicle in a dangerous position 3
MS20 Unlawful pillion riding 3
MS30 Play street offences 2
MS50 Motor racing on the highway 3 to 11
MS60 Offences not covered by other codes (including offences relating to breach of requirements as to control of vehicle) 3
MS70 Driving with uncorrected defective eyesight 3
MS80 Refusing to submit to an eyesight test 3
MS90 Failure to give information as to identity of driver etc 6

Motorway offences

Code MW10 must stay on a driving record for 4 years from the date of the offence.

Code Offence Penalty points
MW10 Contravention of special roads regulations (excluding speed limits) 3

Pedestrian crossings

These codes must stay on a driving record for 4 years from the date of the offence.

Code Offence Penalty points
PC10 Undefined contravention of pedestrian crossing regulations 3
PC20 Contravention of pedestrian crossing regulations with moving vehicle 3
PC30 Contravention of pedestrian crossing regulations with stationary vehicle 3

Speed limits

These codes must stay on a driving record for 4 years from the date of the offence.

Code Offence Penalty points
SP10 Exceeding goods vehicle speed limits 3 to 6
SP20 Exceeding speed limit for type of vehicle (excluding goods or passenger vehicles) 3 to 6
SP30 Exceeding statutory speed limit on a public road 3 to 6
SP40 Exceeding passenger vehicle speed limit 3 to 6
SP50 Exceeding speed limit on a motorway 3 to 6

Traffic direction and signs

These codes must stay on a driving record for 4 years from the date of the offence.

Code Offence Penalty points
TS10 Failing to comply with traffic light signals 3
TS20 Failing to comply with double white lines 3
TS30 Failing to comply with ‘stop’ sign 3
TS40 Failing to comply with direction of a constable/warden 3
TS50 Failing to comply with traffic sign (excluding ‘stop’ signs, traffic lights or double white lines) 3
TS60 Failing to comply with a school crossing patrol sign 3
TS70 Undefined failure to comply with a traffic direction sign 3

Special code

Code TT99 must stay on a driving record for 4 years from the date of conviction.

It shows disqualification under ‘totting-up’ ‘- if the total of penalty points reaches 12 or more within 3 years, the driver can be disqualified.

Theft or unauthorised taking

Code UT50 must stay on a driving record for 4 years from the date of the offence.

Code Offence Penalty points
UT50 Aggravated taking of a vehicle 3 to 11

‘Mutual recognition’ codes

You’ll get an ‘MR’ code on your driving record if you’re disqualified while driving in Northern Ireland or the Isle of Man. Your disqualification period will also be valid in GB and will stay on your record for 4 years from the date of conviction.

Code Offence
MR09 Reckless or dangerous driving (whether or not resulting in death, injury or serious risk)
MR19 Wilful failure to carry out the obligation placed on driver after being involved in a road accident (hit or run)
MR29 Driving a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or other substance affecting or diminishing the mental and physical abilities of a driver
MR39 Driving a vehicle faster than the permitted speed
MR49 Driving a vehicle whilst disqualified
MR59 Other conduct constituting an offence for which a driving disqualification has been imposed by the State of Offence

Aiding, abetting, counselling or procuring offences

For these offences, the codes are similar, but with the number 0 on the code changed to 2.

For example, code LC20 (driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence) becomes code LC22 on your driving record if you have helped someone to do this.

Causing or permitting offences

For these offences, the codes are similar, but with the number 0 on the code changed to 4.

For example, LC20 (driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence) becomes LC24 on your licence if you’ve caused or permitted someone to do this.

Inciting offences

For these offences, the codes are similar, but with the number 0 on the code changed to 6.

For example, DD40 (dangerous driving) becomes DD46 on your driving record if you’ve incited someone to do this.

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3. How long endorsements stay on your driving record

Endorsements stay on your driving record for 4 or 11 years depending on the offence. This can start from either the date you’re convicted or the date of your offence.

The endorsement is ‘valid’ for the first:

  • 3 years, for a 4-year endorsement
  • 10 years, for an 11-year endorsement

A court can take your endorsement into account if both:

  • you commit another offence while it’s valid
  • the endorsement is still on your driving record when the court considers your case

Other people, like insurers and employers, may be able to find out that you have the endorsement:

  • any time during a 4-year endorsement
  • during the first 5 years of an 11-year endorsement, or the first 30 months if you’re under 18

4 years from date of conviction

An endorsement will stay on a driving record for 4 years from the date of conviction if the offence:

  • is for reckless/dangerous driving – shown on the driving record as DD40, DD60 and DD80
  • results in disqualification

Example

Date of conviction 28 May 2011 – the endorsement must stay on the driving record until 28 May 2015.

4 years from the date of offence

In all other cases endorsements stay on your driving record for 4 years from the date of offence.

Example

Date of offence 10 June 2012 – the endorsement must stay on the driving record until 10 June 2016.

11 years from date of conviction

If the offence is:

  • drink driving or drug driving – shown on the driving record as DR10, DR20, DR30, DR31, DR61 and DR80
  • causing death by careless driving while under the influence of drink or drugs – shown on the driving record as CD40, CD50 and CD60
  • causing death by careless driving, then failing to provide a specimen for analysis – shown on the driving record as CD70

Example

Date of conviction 3 December 2009 – the endorsement must stay on the driving record until 3 December 2020.

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4. New drivers

Your licence will be cancelled (revoked) if you get 6 or more points within 2 years of passing your test.

Points on your provisional licence

Any penalty points on your provisional licence that haven’t expired will be carried over to your full licence when you pass your test. However, your licence will be cancelled if you get any further penalty points that take you up to a total of 6 or more within 2 years of passing your driving test.

If your licence is cancelled within 2 years

You’ll have to apply and pay for a new provisional licence and pass both theory and practical parts of the driving or riding test again to get a full licence.

If you haven’t sent off for your full licence

You must retake both parts of your driving test if your licence has been cancelled after you’ve passed your test, but you haven’t sent off for your full licence yet. You can use your current provisional licence to take the tests.

Who’s covered by the rules

These rules apply to all new drivers who passed their first driving test in:

  • Great Britain
  • Northern Ireland
  • Isle of Man
  • Channel Islands
  • Gibraltar
  • the European Community (EC) and European Economic Area (EEA)

The EC/EEA countries are:

Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Spain and Sweden.

There isn’t another 2 year period if you pass a test for another category of vehicle, for example to drive a heavy goods vehicle.

Foreign licences

The rules also apply if you exchange a foreign driving licence for a British licence and then pass a further driving test in Great Britain.

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5. Handing over your driving licence for endorsement

If you get an endorsement you’ll need to hand over your licence to either the police, a fixed penalty office (FPO) or when you appear in court.

You’ll need to get a replacement if you’ve lost your licence.

If your driving licence is not returned to you, contact the FPO or court you sent it to.

If you’ve changed address or your licence is damaged, the FPO or court will send your driving licence to DVLA to be updated. It will be returned to you within 3 weeks.

Endorsements before 8 June 2015

Before 8 June 2015, you needed to hand over your licence and its paper counterpart to the court.

If you didn’t, your licence will be invalid. Reapply for your licence before you drive again.

6. Removing expired endorsements from your driving record

Most expired endorsements will automatically be removed from your driving record when they’re no longer valid.

The length of time they stay on your record depends on how serious the offence was.

7. How to check your endorsement details

View your driving licence record to see what penalty points you have and when they’ll be removed.

You can also contact DVLA.

Incorrect endorsement details on your licence

Contact the court that convicted if your endorsement details are shown incorrectly on your driving licence.

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Road Traffic Offences: Guidance on Fixed Penalty Notices

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The Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) issued revised speed enforcement policy guidance in 2013. It suggests that enforcement will normally occur when a driver exceeds the speed limit by a particular margin. The particular margin is normally 10 per cent over the speed limit plus 2 mph. The guidance sets guidelines for when it would be appropriate to issue a fixed penalty notice or for the driver to attend a speed awareness course, and when it becomes appropriate to issue a summons. These are guidelines only and a police officer has discretion to act outside of them providing he acts fairly, consistently and proportionately.

In summary the guidelines are:

Speed limit: 20 mph

ACPO threshold for:

  • a fixed penalty or a Speed Awareness course: 24 mph
  • summoning: 35 mph

Speed limit: 30 mph

ACPO threshold for:

  • a fixed penalty or a Speed Awareness course: 35 mph
  • summoning: 50 mph

Speed limit: 40 mph

ACPO threshold for:

  • a fixed penalty or a Speed Awareness course: 46 mph
  • summoning: 66 mph

Speed limit: 50 mph

ACPO threshold for:

  • a fixed penalty or a Speed Awareness course: 57 mph
  • summoning: 76 mph

Speed limit: 60 mph

ACPO threshold for:

  • a fixed penalty or a Speed Awareness course: 68 mph
  • summoning: 86 mph

Speed limit: 70 mph

ACPO threshold for:

  • a fixed penalty or a Speed Awareness course: 79 mph
  • summoning: 96 mph

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