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Walking to school this morning there was two luxury cars parked one behind the other, both with exactly the same custom number plate.

is that legal?

archanat
7 months ago
What do you think of this?
Rockman
Rockman7 months ago

If it was in US, it'd be possible for two vehicles to have the same number plates due to states but otherwise, it's not legal.

Those luxury car owners know no one would dare to report them to the cops.

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ACR
ACR7 months ago

It may have been wealthy owners bringing their cars from abroad if they are visiting for a while. I found this article explaining the process - https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2725175/First-cargo-watch-car-Arab-playboys-super-wheels-streets-London-never-mind-trifling-20-000-fly-vehicles-back.html

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BW07
BW077 months ago

Slap it into 'ask mid' or the tax side of gov.uk

Will tell you straight away if genuine or more likely an advertising stunt. Or dealers of the highest powder profession

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AlexS
AlexS7 months ago

could have been fake numbers or it could be that the custom number plates might have looked the same to the eye but had a difference in numbers or letters

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davidstockport
davidstockport7 months ago

Some numbers can be made to look "almost" identical even though they're not... an example: someone called DAVIS - might have DAV1S or DAV15.

A 5 on a number plate can easily be made to look more like an S than in that example.

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Johnny
Johnny7 months ago

archanat

Walking to school this morning there was two luxury cars parked one behind the other, both with exactly the same custom number plate.

is that legal?

The exact same question (and exact same words) was posted on HUKD in 2015 Image

This throws into doubt the sincerity of your Chat posts, and makes it appear that you are simply posting nonsense in order to earn points and Amazon Vouchers from Latest Deals.

I think that equates to stealing from Latest Deals, and to wasting other LD community members‘ time - especially of those who kindly take the time and make the effort to answer - (when clearly you must already know the answer to your question), in order to line your own pocket. That seems rather selfish to me.

Can you explain what you're doing please?

Tom Kelsey Deepak

I think LD members that do this (or post up 'Do you prefer coffee or tea?' , Is the sky blue? type posts) need to be banned from commenting and/ or have all their points deducted.

Alternatively LD should simply stop awarding points for Chat comments. The Chat Section is being seriously abused daily by quite a few people now.

I don't get it. I'm sure they wouldn't steal a Mars Bar from their local shop, or steal the waiter’s cash tip left on a table in a Cafe.

So why do they think it's OK to steal points and vouchers from Latest Deals?

What do other LD community members think?

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