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1 hour ago, Rojie said:

I think the plates will fail the MOT.

Following The Road Vehicles (Display of Registration Marks) (Amendment) Regulations 2002 legislation, it has since been legal to use smaller, imported number plates which includes smaller letter and plate sizes on vehicles considered imported where their point of sale was not in any UK market; has no any European Community Whole Vehicle Type Approval and the vehicle’s recess where the number plate would be mounted on is too small for any BSAU145e number plate, and cannot comply with any IFN104 guidance

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1 hour ago, Lesz said:

Following The Road Vehicles (Display of Registration Marks) (Amendment) Regulations 2002 legislation, it has since been legal to use smaller, imported number plates which includes smaller letter and plate sizes on vehicles considered imported where their point of sale was not in any UK market; has no any European Community Whole Vehicle Type Approval and the vehicle’s recess where the number plate would be mounted on is too small for any BSAU145e number plate, and cannot comply with any IFN104 guidance

 

Hi,

 

Just trying to be helpful here; not critical

 

It is not the size that I think is the issue but the lettering, lack of the BS mark, and place of manufacture. If these are all present, and correct, you will be OK.

 

I think you will find those 2002 Regulations have been superceeded by those issued in September 2021. Just trying to be helpful. The other issue perhaps to consider, IF they do not meet the latest regulations is the view the Police may take.

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7 minutes ago, Rojie said:

 

Hi,

 

Just trying to be helpful here; not critical

 

It is not the size that I think is the issue but the lettering, lack of the BS mark, and place of manufacture. If these are all present, and correct, you will be OK.

 

I think you will find those 2002 Regulations have been superceeded by those issued in September 2021. Just trying to be helpful. The other issue perhaps to consider, IF they do not meet the latest regulations is the view the Police may take.

 

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45 minutes ago, Rojie said:

 

Hi,

 

Just trying to be helpful here; not critical

 

It is not the size that I think is the issue but the lettering, lack of the BS mark, and place of manufacture. If these are all present, and correct, you will be OK.

 

I think you will find those 2002 Regulations have been superceeded by those issued in September 2021. Just trying to be helpful. The other issue perhaps to consider, IF they do not meet the latest regulations is the view the Police may take.

Absolutely no harm in being helpful. I appreciate the concern. Rest assured JDM Plates are both professional and thoughtful. They even include a wallet friendly Declaration of Legality card with your import plates order, should you be questioned about your small number plates!

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