Number plates ban
MORE than 400 number plates have been banned from use under the new “68” vehicle registrations.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) is holding back combinations it feels “may cause offence, embarrassment or are in poor taste”.
Personalised plates can see 6 being used as a B, G, C or S, while 8 can represent B. Because of this, the DVLA has banned 436 plates, including **68 OMB, *A68 USE, BA68 TAD, OR68 ASM, as well as the potentially political message EU68 BAD.