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There blinking horrible and the centres fall out the middle of 0s Ps and 6 etc.

They are mank. I don't understand anyone who'd want them by choice.


BTW do you also fancy putting an Italian passport cover on your UK one? :confused:
Or scribbling out your place of birth on your birth certificate and putting "Turin" ?



Number plates are like a legal document. Mess with them at your peril.


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Oh, and they get bent to buggery as well.
 

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I ordered my plates from America because I wanted a grey tinted, pressed italian style plate on the front but and that's the only place I could get it from. I have the legal plate on the back because the other Italian one is white :rolleyes: They were just under £60 iirc
 

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There blinking horrible and the centres fall out the middle of 0s Ps and 6 etc.

They are mank. I don't understand anyone who'd want them by choice.


BTW do you also fancy putting an Italian passport cover on your UK one? :confused:
Or scribbling out your place of birth on your birth certificate and putting "Turin" ?



Number plates are like a legal document. Mess with them at your peril.


:p




;)


Oh, and they get bent to buggery as well.
I guess that's that then for the Italian Plates.:tut:

Always a joy to get the perspective from France ............... I thank you.

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if you like em get em, dont worry about plod you can talk your way out of anything you know
 
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I guess that's that then for the Italian Plates.:tut:

Always a joy to get the perspective from France ............... I thank you.

Cheers to All
Peter
I've wanted proper plastic plates on my last 3 cars
but the dealer keeps on putting tin plates. :mad:


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There is a 145 Cloverleaf just round the corner from me, which has Italian plates on it, and it has been over here for at least 3 Years, obviously not been told to change them, although they are REAL Italian plates, and it probably has beeen registered in Italy, and allowed to drive over here.......:)
 

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Hi All,
Question is...................how likely am I going to get nicked by "Plod" ????

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Peter
There are countless threads on VW forums about german style pressed plates being illegal and people being pulled over for them.

Whether the police have a similar disdane of Italians and their plates I don't know. But if they do pull you, the standard issue fines from what I've seen tends to be £60 fine....sometimes with the addition of 3 points depending on the attitude/ mood of the police officer in question.
 

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You would need a set of UK plates for MOT aswell. I can't see a car passing the MOT with those on.
 
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I think the UK must be the only country in Europe where people
are preoccupied with the registration number/plate of their car.

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I'll be getting some! lol
 
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