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numberplate

a plate mounted on the front and back of a motor vehicle bearing the registration number
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"No police or cameras catch me because I wrap my numberplates with clingfilm.
Labour's David Stewart also pressed the Transport Minister, asking: "Will automatic numberplate recognition technology be used to ensure greater compliance level?
| Former Tiswas hero and Who Wants To Be A Millionaire presenter Chris Tarrant had a numberplate of CHU BB, reflecting his passion for angling.
However, strict implementation on strategy of crackdown against accomplices of criminal elements and action against tinted glasses, without registration and numberplate vehicles would be ensured.
A passer-by saw the car driving offand noted down the numberplate. He called Dubai Police, who responded andarrested the three defendants after tracing theplate number.
THE executive producer for Top Gear says he understands why fans think the show is "crying wolf" by denying that a controversial numberplate which sparked protests in Argentina was part of a deliberate stunt.
But with data now checked by automatic numberplate cameras and computers, this paperwork makes no sense.
But the joke would have been on the Top Gear presenter if his hair-raising journey had taken him past a police car - because he was driving with the wrong numberplate.
"The two suicide bombers were wearing army uniforms, and even their car had a military numberplate, so they didn't raise any suspicion," a wounded Yemeni soldier told Reuters from hospital.
RUGBY fans have the chance to show their support for Wales on the road after an anonymous seller put his novelty numberplate up for sale.
Martin Hickman, 48, whose Bentley had the numberplate L13RGE, used pounds 3.4million profit from his MSH World Traders firm to pay for a farm, a Chelsea riverside flat plus a "substantial" property in Marbella.