Plates for Cars | Any Vehicle Number Plate from Number1Plates
Plates for cars – It’s what we know!
Plates for cars is what you need then you have come to the right place.
Over the past 7 years we have have been working hard to build a long list of number plates for cars both well-known and not so. We have the very latest laser cutting and CNC equipment that gives us the ability to manufacture a plethora of styles and specifications that are sure to meet all of your needs.
There are millions of cars in the UK and we a striving to be able to cater for them all. From the standard 4X4 (11inch x 8 inch) sizes, the bespoke Lamborghini contoured acrylics we can push your order to its limit until we are left with a perfect match. You may want something slightly simpler than this though, and we have made it as easy as possible for you to put together your preferred number plate using our licence plate maker.
Remember that plates for cars have to be clearly readable and made to British Standards, this is what makes your plates legal to use on our roads. Now that you know that you may need replacement number plates, or maybe you have purchased a private registration and you need plates to fit to your car. Now one of the UK’s most trusted sellers, and with our next day delivery service, you need not look anywhere else for today’s buys. If you are unfortunate enough to encounter any issues with your plates, we are more than happy to take a look at them and work with you to find a solution. If issues are clear upon arrival then we would ensure replacement number plates are dispatched to you as soon as possible to make sure you do not encounter any further issues.
Did you know?
Since the inception of vehicle registration plates in 1903, the system has never had to be revamped. Though some of the schemes have altered slightly, this means that number plates that were registered from way back to that year are still valid and legal to own, and use to this day. This means that there are plates for cars out there that are over 100 years old! This article from The Telegraph notes that ‘S1’ number plate that apparently sold for a huge £400,000.