Too rude for the road! The new '68' number plates banned by the DVLA

The DVLA has banned hundreds of new 68-reg number plates for being too silly, rude or offensive.
Twice a year, the censors decide which plates should be banned because of their explicit nature or potential to be offensive for political, racial or religious reasons, including anything ending in BNP.
The new banned combinations have been added to a list of plates that drivers should never be allowed to get, including any that end with the three letters ARS or DAM.
Plates can be banned regardless of whether they are standard or personalised.
And the new '68' registrations which became... read more

 
26 September 2018 in Regional West, Views: 29
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