By: Alex Barba
17 May 2019
The laws of supply and demand dictate the price of number plates. People want their registration numbers to convey a personalised message or a personal signifier, such as one’s name or nickname. Yet there are only so many ways one can spell a name using the combinations made possible by legislation. This, in conjunction with the fact that older types of number plates are more likely to come in combinations which are significant to peopl
By: Ema Gadzhova
04 December 2018
So, you’ve either bought, or are planning to buy a new number plate and are wondering what happens to your old number plate when you change it. The information on this topic is often not mentioned on websites where you can buy and sell your private number plates. However, this is a common question that is asked by individuals who are interested in buying a new number plate and want to follow the neces
By: Rachel Barton
23 August 2016
Wondering how best to spend the last couple of weeks of the summer holidays? With your parents visiting and a couple of bored, tetchy kids; it can be hard to find an activity that suits all ages. And whereas you could dust off your dog-eared game of Monopoly; with the mini-heat wave set to continue throughout the week, we’ve a better suggestion…
Family Motor Shows & Rallies cater to all ages. With delicious home-baked treats, classic cars, motorcycles and country displays; your mundane Monday has just tra
09 August 2016
Today I am going to take my driving test, in a location where the pass rate is just 35%. This figure does little to ease my nerves, and begs the question: how much does location play a part in your chances of passing?
Taking your driving test is a day that almost everyone dreads – it’s costly, downright nerve wracking and you are under tremendous pressure not to make those dreaded major mistakes, but how much is where you take your test a factor in passing or failing? We have looked at the top locat
By: Rachel Barton
19 November 2015
With equestrian professionals having aimed to make their mark throughout the year in order to secure their place in Rio’s 2016 Olympic Games; equestrian spectators have enjoyed another year of quality performances.
Equally, this year’s equestrian technology has excelled itself too. Through several new revolutionary technological advances in equestrian transport, both rider and horse can afford to travel in style and comfort with these new in-built features.
By: Rachel Barton
11 November 2015
Classic cars could be stripped of their historic status if the owners are unable to provide sufficient evidence that their cars qualify for the tax-free category.
The DVLA have recently contacted owners of pre-1974 vehicles requesting them to send documents such as extracts from books, copies of historical racing sheets or the bill of sale to prove that the vehicle meets the required standards concerning the registration and construction of their vehicles.
The initiative has caused fears a
By: Click4Reg Team
18 February 2015
The DVLA has started private testing of its free online View Vehicle Record (VVR) service. The 12 companies testing the service range from small to large sized businesses to help give a good representation of the industry. Once the testing is complete, it will have an open public testing phase before the actual launch in spring.
This new service will allow fleet customers to be alerted when vehicles need taxing a month in advance, when MOT renewals are due and when a vehicle reaches a certain age. For fleet managers this tool has t