Unit 6 Flowers Industrial Estate, Latimer Road, Luton, LU1 3XA



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Unit 6 Flowers Industrial Estate, Latimer Road, Luton, LU1 3XA

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Replacement Number Plates

Replacement Number Plates

More and more drivers are heading straight to TTints when they require affordable replacement number plates of the highest quality.

When are replacement number plates required?

There are many reasons why someone might need to purchase registration plates. The nature of daily life on the road during the course of a typical year can mean your plates become unreadable over time. Accidents are another key reason why people seek out replacement plates. Whether your plates have become damaged due to wear and tear, bad weather, an accident or anything else. TTints replacement number plates can assist you and help you avoid penalties in the process. You could be fined up to £1000 for driving with unreadable plates and your vehicle could fail its MOT. Therefore it is better to be safe than sorry and have your plates replaced.

Manufactured to British Standards

All plates that we supply are manufactured to British Standards with premium grade ABS, our legal style plates come with a small British Standard number in the bottom right corner of the plate. Our road-legal plates also feature our details, which is a legal requirement. You can add borders, some flags and forms of text if you wish when creating road-legal replacement number plates. You also have four different fonts to choose from when it comes to road-legal plates, and these are Standard, 3D, 3D Carbon and 3D Highline.

The history of number plates

Number plates were first introduced in the UK in 1904. The vast majority of vehicles using public roads in the UK need to display them. The Motor Car Act 1903, was passed to ensure all vehicles could be traced in case of accidents or motoring offences. The majority of number plates are rectangular however, some are square including motorcycle plates. The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency or DVLA administrate the number plates system in most parts of the UK, with the Driver & Vehicle Agency (DVA) overseeing the Northern Ireland system.