Audi Number Plates | Buy Now with Number1Plates
The finishing touch of quality to your premium vehicle.
The first Audi car to be launched was the Audi Type A Phaeton. This model, unlike most pioneers went on to become a huge success. As the norm in most successful companies, the owners of the Audi wanted to continue basking in their new-found attainment and so they launched other models. A merger with DKW, Horch, Wanderer and the original Audi company led to the creation of the current logo to symbolise a greater unity between four companies. The merger was put in place in the 1930s when the Audi was expanding its operations by focusing on partnerships. The Audi went on to thrive and today, it is known as a symbol of class and sophistication, so give something back to your car with your own audi number plates.
Audi Drivers flaunting the rules?
Due to the immense success of the Audi, you will find different models everywhere you go. Surprisingly, in the United Kingdom, drivers of this premium model have always gotten on the wrong side of the law for lack of front and rear number plates. Audi owners have, therefore, faced negative publicity as citizens feel that they deliberately drive without plates. However, at Number1Plates, we understand you as an Audi owner. Most models do not seem to fit well with the standard plate. With this in mind, we will ensure that your Audi number plates are compliant with the regulations of the DVLA while at the same time, it will suit your personality. You can get a new number plate or replacement plate that adheres to the law from Number1Plates.
Why choose us
- We are licenced officially by the DVLA
Number1Plates holds the official licence from the DVLA and you can confirm this from our website. We have maintained the high standards set by the regulatory body for over eight years in the industry, thus we are experienced. The front plates we will put on your Audi are white and the rear plates are yellow according to the British standards. The plates will have the registration number visibly displayed on the plate and adhere to the legal spacing of characters as specified by the DVLA.