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Risqué 69 number plates avoid DVLA's 'too rude for cars' censors

Risqué 69 number plates avoid DVLA's 'too rude for cars' censors

May 15th, 2019|Tags: |

On Wednesday May 15, 2019, Mail Online wrote:
'Many people enjoy displaying a personalised registration number and there are over 50 million registrations available on our website, with almost endless possibilities of combinations to suit a person's taste, interests and budget.

Every year, the DVLA draws up a list of banned plates to stop racial or political references as well as any swear words or rude phrases - however some slip through the net on occasionNumber plates that are on sale for up to 499 from the DVLA include the inappropriate reg SX69 DNG.

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