DVLA ban ‘of­fen­sive’ reg plates

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More than 400 num­ber plates have been banned from use as part of the new “68” ve­hi­cle reg­is­tra­tions.

The Driver and Ve­hi­cle Li­cens­ing Agency (DVLA) are hold­ing back those that “may cause of­fence, em­bar­rass­ment or are in poor taste”.

Mo­torists of­ten get cre­ative with per­son­alised plates to spell out words.

The “68” reg­is­tra­tions, which be­came avail­able on Septem­ber 1, caused a num­ber of is­sues for the DVLA, as the six can rep­re­sent B, G, C or S, while the eight can be used as a B.

Banned plates in­clude BA68 TAD and OR68 ASM.

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