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Standard license plate lights are halogen based and tend to give out dim light. Those who have paid quite a lot for custom license plates will definitely want them to be visible at night. In order to make sure this is the case, it is necessary for them to learn how to install license plate lights on their own.

 

How to Install a License Plate Light:

 

Step 1: Buy New License Plate Lights

Buyin

Cars are expensive purchases that should be made after doing some research, history of recall, reputation of the brand and dealer are also factor you should consider. And while if you are looking to resell it you can usually expect to get less than you paid for it initially, there are certain things that will decrease the value of your car exponentially more.

If you want to know what decreases the value of a car, then keep reading!

 

Anyone looking for a personalised number plate will have come across the DVLA number plate auctions that take place a few times a year. With around 1,500 plates available in each auction, it is a great day out for car and number plate enthusiasts, just download the upcoming auction catalogue and see if any plates would be a good fit for your car.

For those who have never been or bought a persona

We’re all aware of the fact that, once you first lower your foot on the gas pedal, your newly bought car’s price drops dramatically. The devaluation varies from vehicle to vehicle but is typically between 15 to 35% after the first year and up or just over 50% over a three year period.

The following tips will explain how to increase the value of your car once you’ve decided it’s time to resell.

 

In 1989, the first year the DVLA began selling personalised registrations, only 658 were sold. Since then, sales figures in excess of 4.5 million have been recorded, with 2015-16 seeing a record 334,818 registrations sold. The rise in popularity of personalised number plates has much to do with car lovers’ thirst for adding personal touches to their treasured vehicles.   

Once you’ve settled o

While it’s very easy to get a new number plate, how to get rid of one might be a question people might ask themselves at some point if you are looking to raise some cash or your private plate has lost its appeal. Luckily, there are a couple of options for you whether you want to get creative or not, here are the ways you can dispose of your old number plate.

Sell your old number plate

One of the easiest ways to dispose of your old number plate would be to sell it. You can

Personalised number plates are a fun way to customise your car and have it express something about you – your name, nickname, business, favourite football team etc.

When we think of custom number plates, cars are the first vehicles that comes to mind. However, motorcyclists can also fit their bikes with personalised plates, even though they may only have one number plate on the rear (instead of having one on both ends like cars do).

Here are some mo

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