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According to the British Number Plate Manufacturers Association, number plates are the first thing mechanics check. Once a new car is registered it will take three years before a MOT is required. Hereafter, MOTs are needed yearly and can be done a month, minus a day, before the expiry date and will be valid for 13 months.

Driving your car without a valid MOT certificate can result in a fine of up to £1,000, and driving or parking your car on the road with an expired MOT could result in prosecution, so it is crucial

With Brexit on the horizon, you may be wondering whether or not your number plates will be affected after we leave the European Union (EU), or what will happen to British number plates after Brexit?

In this simple guide, will answer all the questions you need to know about GB number plates after Brexit to put your mind at ease over the legalities of number plates after leaving the EU. 


Am I allowed the EU flag on my GB number plate after Brexit?

If you are looking to sell your number plate quickly, there are several ways of doing so as each plates value can vary depending on its type Newstyle, Prefix, Suffix or Dateless, this along with the popularity or rarity of the plate in question among other factors mean that each registration has many factors that determine its value. Before you think about selling your number plate, you must consider these four steps:

Step 1: Find out if you can legally sell your number plate

If you

Many of us pay careful attention to keeping the interior and exterior of our cars, but it isn’t uncommon to neglect our number plates. In fact, number plates are rarely cleaned and are not given specific care, which can result in the condition of your number plate deteriorating over time, creating a bad loom for your car.

As a result, in order to keep your number plate looking as good as new for longer, you must take care of it. But, in d

If you have got a private number plate and thinking of buying a new car, you may be wondering “can you transfer private number plates between cars”? More often than not, the answer is yes. However, there are certain circumstances where you may fall into difficulty. Read our handy guide on how to transfer a registration number from one car to another for more information.


How to transfer a registration number from one car to another?

If your private number plate is

We understand that sometimes it’s convenient to spread the cost as some number plates can be expensive to buy in one lump sum. This is why many people decide to buy a number plate on finance instead by paying a set figure each month, just like you would with a phone contract, to make it more affordable.

As a result, you’ll be pleased to know that purchasing a private number plate on finance is a straight-forward process here at Click4reg. By paying for a private number plate over the course of a longer pe

If you’re struggling to find a date and wondering how to get more matches on Tinder, why not try posing in front of your car? It may sound strange, but an experiment conducted by revealed that this method does actually work! 

We created several different female and male Tinder profiles and left them up for two days, swiping right on a total of 200 people. Each profile ensured the name, age and bio of each remained unchange

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