By: Rachel Barton
12 January 2017
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge drove away from their wedding with one that read JU5T Wed. Boxer Amir Khan has one that reads BOX IIIG. Even 70s singing sensation Engelbert Humperdink has one on his Rolls Royce Corniche that reads EH 1. You may love your personalised number plate – but are you sure it’s legal?
Yup, personalised number plates are enjoyed by celebrities and non-celebs alike, whether as a bit of cheeky wedding fun or just plain showing-off! Although a personalised number plate usually cost
By: Louis Cooper
03 January 2017
Every young individual’s motivation to drive is different. Many can’t wait to pass their driving test so they can have the freedom to go anywhere they desire without being reliant on public transport or anyone else. Whilst many others would rather wait until they absolutely need to. With many graduate roles and schemes listing a driving license as ‘desirable’, click4reg.co.uk explored reasons why driving can really boost a students employment prospect
By: Tamir Davies
07 December 2016
Not only do private number plates make a worthy present for a loved-one, friend or even as a treat for yourself, there are a number of advantages at hand, including a long-term investment. And with the festive season almost halfway through, there is no reason why you can’t indulge and kill two birds with one stone – a private number plate for someone who loves to be individual and for someone who just can’t get enough of Christmas.
By: Tamir Davies
02 December 2016
With the New Year upon us, never has there been a more perfect time to reassess what you need – nay, what your car needs. All year long, the needs of your beloved motor may have slipped by the wayside (bar the annual MOT, insurance top-up and odd car wash when you’re feeling generous) and that needs to change: a personalised number plate may just be the luxury item both you and your automobile deserve – and never knew you needed! Let’s take a look at just some of the many benefits…
By: Ella Patenall
10 November 2016
In 2016, the car is the most common means of transport for individuals of all ages, genders and income groups, with 90% of all passenger journeys being made by road. There are at present around 37.1 million vehicles registered on the roads (that’s 25.8 million cars), a 1.6 million increase since 2011, with the most pronounced increase in the South east at 373,200 more cars registered. This was the first time the second half of the year had exceeded 800,000 since 2003.
However, up until the 1990’s, annual trip
By: Khilen Shah
25 October 2016
We live in a world where we have become dependent on the use of mobile phones. Whether it be for work, personal, social or general use - it is a device we feel attached to. It usually tends to be the first thing people check when they wake up and the last thing they see before going to sleep. So here at Click4Reg, we decided it was time to put together a useful and necessary guide on the UK mobile phone usage whilst driving.
Why The Addiction?
Ofcom research astoundingl
By: Rachel Barton
14 October 2016
Bad habits are often brushed aside by many. This is often due to people seeing them as relatively harmless, or believing that their consequences are unlikely to ever really impact upon them. Some are less harmful and more selfish, such as taking up two or more spaces when parking at the local supermarket, whereas others, such as fitting a rear-facing car seat in the front car seat where the airbags have not yet been deactivated can and has proven to be fatal. Almost everyone could admit to having done some of the more minor driving