What do the first 2 digits on a number plate mean?

What do the first 2 digits on a number plate mean?

local memory tag
What do the first 2 letters mean? Formally known as a local memory tag, the 2 letters represent where in the UK the car was first registered. The first letter represents the area – for example, L represents London, Y is Yorkshire, B is for models registered in the Birmingham area and S signifies Scotland.

Is it illegal to have your number plate on your dashboard?

To put it simply, your number plate should be fixed onto the vehicle, not inside it. The plates should be clearly visible to police officers and ANPR cameras, even in bright sunlight. With your plate behind the windscreen, it can be obscured by reflections off the glass rendering it unreadable.

What country is S on a number plate?

Vehicle registration codes of the Europe

Code Country Previous Code
SK Slovakia CS 1919–1939 & 1945–1992 SQ 1939–1945
SLO Slovenia SHS 1919–1929 Y 1929–1953 YU 1953–1992
SMOM Scotland
SRB Serbia SB – 1919 SHS 1919–1929 Y 1929–1953 YU 1953–2003 SCG 2003–2006

Where is KX number plate from?

Regional Identifiers for DVLA Number Plates

Regional Identifiers Region DVLA Office
KM, KN, KO, KP, KR, KS, KT, KU, KV, KW, KX, KY Northampton
LA, LB, LC, LD, LE, LF, LG, LH, LJ London Wimbledon
LK, LL, LM, LN, LO, LP, LR, LS, LT London Stanmore
LU, LV, LW, LX, LY London Sidcup

What year is a 65 plate?

Age identifier

Year 1 March to end August 1 September to end February
2014/15 14 64
2015/16 15 65
2016/17 16 66
2017/18 17 67

Will GB number plates after Brexit?

Number plates and GB stickers Now the UK has left the EU with a deal, these rules have changed. You now do need a GB sticker if your car has a Euro-plate, as well as if the number plate has no national identifier on it or displays a national flag of England, Scotland or Wales.

Will there be a 69 plate?

Vehicles first registered from 1st September 2019 through to the end of February 2020 will be on a 69 reg plate. Although you need a vehicle registered on, or after, 1st September 2019 to display a 69 reg on, you don’t actually need to be in possession of a suitable vehicle to own a 69 registration plate.

What European country has yellow license plates?

The Portuguese licence plate is composed of numbers and letters with no meaning, but the month and year of registration is included in the right (the yellow part if you look at the picture in the map). In Norway, the two letters usually tell where the car was first registered.

What does LP stand for on a car registration?

LP stands for License Plate.

Is registration number same as plate number?

The vehicle registration number and the license plate number are the same thing. But, that’s not not the only place where you can find the vehicle registration number. If the vehicle is not in your immediate possession, you can find the number in your vehicle documents.