With all football fans’ eyes turning towards Brazil, DVLA has today revealed the top ten football number plates that they have sold.
A personalised registration fit for a king or, to be precise, a Sultan is set to go under the hammer on Saturday, September 28.
As the March ’13 registration plate’ nears the end of its six-month run and September’s new 63-plate waits in the wings, SMMT has revealed that the 13-plate has outsold the past nine registration plates.
DVLA Personalised Registrations has vowed to return to Morgan Motor Company’s historic factory following the success of its recent three-day auction which raised more than £3.6 million for the Treasury.
DVLA Personalised Registrations will transform a corner of one of the world’s most iconic car factories into an auction room, ensuring registered bidders will be able to enjoy a truly once in a lifetime automotive experience.
DVLA Personalised Registrations is bracing itself for a flood of interest from all quarters when it decamps in Leeds later this month.
Triskaidekaphobia. This means a fear of the number 13. Though rarely attempted to be read aloud, this has been a hot topic of discussion in the car industry for a while now, so says Stafford-based Vision Vauxhall.
Death is never happy affair, but sometimes a bizarre twist of fate can lead worthwhile charitable causes to benefit from someone’s demise.
With the dust barely settling on its first auction of the year which generated £3.3 million in three days at The Oxford Belfry Hotel last week, DVLA Personalised Registrations has released its next 1,500 registrations to go under the hammer in Leeds in March.
DVLA Personalised Registrations’ first auction of 2013 could prove the sale of the year for registration plate-lovers looking for a true bargain.
Nearly 1 in 5 (18%) Brits say they will be more cautious in 2013, with 7 per cent believing that the ‘13' year is a bad omen for things to come.
As the DVLA confirms that all cars registered between 1st March and 31st August 2013 will carry a 13 series number plate, the motor industry waits anxiously to see if superstition will slow sales.
DVLA Personalised Registrations’ final three-day auction of the year made more than £3.7 million – taking the total raised from the Agency’s series of auctions in 2012 to close on £19 million.
With Smith being the most prolific surname in the UK since records began, understandably DVLA Personalised Registrations is bracing itself for a tidal wave of interest in SM11 THY which is being auctioned in Warwickshire later this week.
The school holidays may be drawing to a close, but DVLA Personalised Registrations is offering families who enjoy day outings a summer swansong.
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