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Do you have an illegal licence plate?

Posted by jtsmyth8 on February 22, 2008

Giving a car a Continental touch with a number plate that resembles those used in the European Union might be all the rage, but it is, in fact, illegal. At least two number plate manufacturers have been importing the moulds for these plates directly from Europe, fonts and all, at the cost of up to $80,000.

But the EU number plates use letter and number fonts that are smaller than the Land Transport Authority requires them to be, and their colours might be against the rules, too.

For instance, letters and numbers on licence plates on Singapore registered cars must be 70 mm high and 50 mm wide. (story)


One Response to “Do you have an illegal licence plate?”

  1. max said

    I wish to make a car plate in Malaysia. So wish to find out the correct or legal types of car plate that can be used.
    Pictures of illegal ones to show?


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