DVLA announce the new 62 series of personalised registrations will be available to purchase on Tuesday 12 June 2012
DVLA announces forthcoming 62 series of personalised registrations will be available to buy on Tuesday 12 June 2012.
The DVLA has announced that the forthcoming 62 series of personalised registration numbers will be available to buy on the Personalised Registrations website from 8.30am on Tuesday 12 June 2012.
The DVLA has given the public the opportunity to view the 62 series online and search through the millions of combinations to ensure they can come up with their perfect plate, with prices starting from £405.
Damian Lawson, DVLA Personalised Registrations’ Marketing Manager, said:
The introduction of the new 62 series opens up a whole new raft of potential registrations, examples being OO62 BMW, RO62 ERT and MY62 REG.
With prices starting from £405 there’s something here for everyone. Numbers can only be purchased via our website and motorists may wish to set up an online account in advance of the launch on the 12 June to save them time on the day.
The new registrations will be seen on our roads from 1 September 2012.
Notes to editors
New series of registration numbers are issued every 6 months. The next series issued will be the 13 series (March 2013) and the 63 series (September 2013).
It is illegal to misrepresent a vehicle registration on a number plate. The rules governing their correct display can be found online
A number plate cannot be used to make a vehicle appear younger than it is. The 62 series must be displayed on a vehicle that was first registered on or after 1 September 2012.
Millions of other personalised registrations can be viewed at DVLA Personalised Registrations’ official website
The on the road date for the 62 series is 1st September 2012.
In addition to those on sale via the website, a selection of 62 series registrations may be sold at future DVLA auctions.
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