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DVLA Bans New Offensive Registrations

By raccars Published

It’s that time of year again when the DVLA bans certain registration from the general public. Why do they do this? Simple; there have some seriously hilarious but potentially offensive plates available nowadays because of the new style reg-plates.

Here are some of the latest prohibited plates:

"DR12 UGS"

"DD12 UNK"

"BU62 GER"

"HE12 OIN"

"LE61 ESS"

It seems like the DVLA isn’t a fan of terrorism either, as “AF61 HAN” and “J 1 HAD” are both banned.

So, there you go; you can’t get your grubby hands on the aforementioned plates. Seems like you’re just going to have to buy one which relates to your personality or name instead!

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