F22 KER, BA22 TRD, A22 HLE and TU22 URD – read and watch closely and you’ll see why these license plates are so annoying.
The UK’s Drivers and Vehicles Licensing Authority (DVLA) has issued a list of license plates banned until 2022. Among these are some offensive letters as well as numbers that point to the pandemic. Covid-19. The reason given for such a decision was that such plates were ‘offensive, embarrassing or unsightly.’
As many as 343 license plates are mentioned on the blacklist, according to a report released by The Sun. Including plates like F22 KER, BA22 TRD, A22 HLE and TU22 URD. Prohibited Covid themed license plates include CO22 RNA, CO22 ONA and CO22 VD. Special two-tone number plates that make certain letters stand out in 3D have also been banned. “Many people love to display a personalized subscription number, and there are over 50 million subscriptions available on our website with almost endless possibilities for combinations to suit your taste, preferences and budget. one person,” a DVLA spokesperson said in the report.
But because certain combinations may be offensive or simply unpalatable, the decision has now been made not to approve these combinations. Reports show that the DVLA makes up to £160m from personalized number plates every year. A huge hit for both new car buyers and those looking to renew their vehicle’s registration, personalized number plates are seen as another form of expression for such owners through a set of wheels. – their gear.
Date of first publication: March 25, 2022, 01:19 PM IST