Same Registration on Different Cars

Wai-Fan

Registered User
I've seen a few people who own different cars, but have the same number plate on each one. How is this possible? Do they have the cars registered as fleet vehicles or something???
 

tku

Registered User
I have seen the same but the cars I have seen them on have been Isle of man plates I think...red badge with 3 legged person or something..mind you the cars were a bentley GT and a nissan GTR with the same plates. Rich git.
 

Nilz

Defo worth the wait :)
Its not possible, a single number plate can only be on one vehicle at any one time, it could just be that they have doctored the plate to make it look the same, eg a D made to look like an O...etc etc....
 

Wai-Fan

Registered User
Ehhhh weird. The guy who lives in our area has an Arnage, Range rover and a Lamborghini Countach all with same number plate! He's one of our customers, but I don't want to ask him how he does it lol.
 

tku

Registered User
Im sorry guys but I'm with Wai-Fan here. I have 100% seen it on 2 cars and I seem to come across it everyday as the guy always parks same place. Isle of man plates so there must be a different rule for them unless its classed as trade plates or something? I seen the bentley and gtr constantly switched.
 

Turkster

W.Bro.Paul 2.0d Q5 Quattro
i want photos!
 

johnnythepie

Registered User
Ehhhh weird. The guy who lives in our area has an Arnage, Range rover and a Lamborghini Countach all with same number plate! He's one of our customers, but I don't want to ask him how he does it lol.
Try and see the tax disc...thatll settle it
 

h5djr

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Here is a photo with two cars with the same registration - H5DJR. One is my 2007 Sportback which I was trading in and the other was my new 2009 Sportback which I was collecting the following day. The dealer organises the transfer of the plate. Not strictly legal as the 2007 Sportback had, by this time, been given a replacement registration number but I leave it the dealer to prepare and fix the new plates.

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