LEGAL DOCUMENTS & DVLA COMPLIANCE

We need two documents.

ONE form of ID PLUS ONE proof of registration ownership. The names on both must match!

Please send clear visible images to:

docsnumberplatesrus@gmail.com

You can only get a number plate made up from a registered number plate supplier.

The supplier will need to see original documents that:

  • prove your name and address

  • show you’re allowed to use the registration number

Identity documents

You can use the following to confirm your name and address:

  • driving licence

  • utility, Council Tax or rates bill from the last 6 months

  • bank or building society statement from the last 6 months

  • national identity card

The following will confirm your name only:

  • passport - does not have to be issued in the UK

  • bank or building society debit or credit card

  • police warrant card

  • armed forces identity card

Proving you can use the registration number

You must bring one of the following to show you’re allowed to display the registration number:

  • vehicle registration certificate (V5C or V5CNI)

  • green ‘new keeper’ slip from the V5C or V5CNI

  • certificate of entitlement (V750 or V750NI) to the number

  • retention document (V778)

  • a renewal reminder for vehicle tax or SORN (V11 or V11NI)

  • temporary registration certificate (V379 or V379NI)

  • a number plate authorisation certificate (V948) with an official stamp from the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA)

  • an electronic number plate authorisation certificate (eV948 or eV948/2)

  • a letter of authorisation from a fleet operator (including lease or hire company) quoting the document reference number from the registration certificate

  • if your fleet is in the new V5C on demand scheme (also called ‘V5C suppression’), a PDF of the vehicle’s details from the view vehicle record service

  • UK trailer registration certificate (VTRC)

NUMBERPLATE LAW

All vehicles needs to be road legal and conform to DVLA number plate rules to avoid the risk of prosecution.

It relates to the correct use of letters and fonts on number plates. The laws also govern the colours and spacing of numbers.

 

Adding cartoon character pictures or your favourite logo is not permitted. Driving with customised or stylized letters and italic figures (including the fixing bolts) is not allowed.

The number plates on your vehicle must:

  • be made from a reflective material

  • display black characters on a white background (front plate)

  • display black characters on a yellow background (rear plate)

  • not have a background pattern

Characters on a number plate can be 3D.

The characters on a number plate need to be a certain height and size.

The supplier will need to see original documents that:

  • prove your name and address

  • show you’re allowed to use the registration number

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