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Does anyone know where you can get the ICT logo put on to a car number plate? My brother in law who lives in Essex, serves him right, wants to have his plates done. I have seen a couple of vehicles in Inverness with this done and it looks quite classy.

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Like This :rolleyes: I went online and just looked through the numberplate sights you just type in your number add a logo where it is to be positioned etc and you can see what it looks like before you buy

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Looks good but I visit Glasgow on occasions so thought it might not be a good idea but you should be ok in Essex!

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I must admit it did go through my mind but it's been on the best part of two years now and have never had any issues when the car has been in other cities

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Looks good but I visit Glasgow on occasions so thought it might not be a good idea but you should be ok in Essex!

Mark Wright might take offence

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Speaking of number plates, I have seen on my travels:

R41TH

and

H34RTS

The latter was on a maroon car. Probably hadn't paid its road tax.

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Thanks for the responses. Had a look at a couple of number plate websites but they say that you cannot add your own artwork! Anyone know a supplier who will accept ICT logo?

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I am sure I seen C 4 LEY at the stadium a couple of years ago. Was after a lunchtime Innes sesh tho :amazed:

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If you go to the design a plate it asks you for left badge or right badge. You then have the option to add your own plus name on bottom of number plate etc etc

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Of course everyone is aware that displaying such a number plate would be breaking the law.

The Government announced on 28 December 2001 the intention to permit the display of national flags and national identifiers on vehicle number plates. The Road Vehicles (Display of Registration Marks) Regulations 2001 are in the process of being amended. They will provide for the voluntary display of the Union flag, Scottish Saltire, Cross of St George and Red Dragon. Football team crests etc are not allowed.

http://www.ukspeedtraps.co.uk/plates.htm

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I am sure I seen C 4 LEY at the stadium a couple of years ago.

Apparently there used to be a J 4 GGY old banger in the early 90's, but the unloved vehicle was written off and condemned to the scrapyard, where they managed to salvage just one or two useful parts.

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Of course everyone is aware that displaying such a number plate would be breaking the law.

The Government announced on 28 December 2001 the intention to permit the display of national flags and national identifiers on vehicle number plates. The Road Vehicles (Display of Registration Marks) Regulations 2001 are in the process of being amended. They will provide for the voluntary display of the Union flag, Scottish Saltire, Cross of St George and Red Dragon. Football team crests etc are not allowed.

http://www.ukspeedtr...o.uk/plates.htm

That law is/was due to be ammended again with the introduction of new fonts, relaxing the spacing issue and a few other things....no idea where they are at in that process though.

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C1ACH is David Dowling & RO55 CTY is owned by someone on Drumossie Ave and it is not on a caravan :lol:

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C1ACH is David Dowling & RO55 CTY is owned by someone on Drumossie Ave and it is not on a caravan :lol:

It was David Dowlings he sold it when he lost control of Clach it's ex Clach player Jim Oliver that has it now

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