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SUFFIX - - YEAR
A 1963
B 1964
C 1965
D 1966
E 1967
F 1967
G 1968
H 1969
J 1970
K 1971
L 1972
M 1973
N 1974
P 1975
R 1976
S 1977
T 1978
V 1979
W 1980
X 1981
Y 1982
ABC 123 Y

PREFIX - - YEAR
A 1983
B 1984
C 1985
D 1986
E 1987
F 1988
G 1989
H 1990
J 1991
K 1992
L 1993
M 1994
N 1995
P 1996
R 1997
S 1998
T 1999
V 1999
W 2000
X 2000
Y 2001
Y 123 ABC

 
 

DIGITS - - YEAR
00 NOT USED
01 NOT USED
51 2001 2nd half
02 2002 1st half
52 2002 2nd half
03 2003 1st half
53 2003 2nd half
04 2004 1st half
54 2004 2nd half
05 2005 1st half
55 2005 2nd half
06 2006 1st half
56 2006 2nd half
07 2007 1st half
57 2007 2nd half
08 2008 1st half
58 2008 2nd half
09 2009 1st half
59 2009 2nd half
10 2010 1st half
60 2010 2nd half
11 2011 1st half
61 2011 2nd half
AA58 ABC
Letters - U - O - I - Z were not used as prefix or suffix
 
Q Plate, indicates that the vehicle was either not originally registered in the UK and proof of age was unavailable at registration,
or that it is a vehicle that has been built using a significant proportion of used parts. Kit cars usually have a Q registration.
 

New number plates - from September 2001 - change every six months. 1st half starts March - 2nd half starts September. The format since then has been two letters, known as 'local memory tags', two numbers to indicate the year of registration [first or second half] known as 'age identifiers', followed by three more letters known as the 'random element'. From March 2010, the age identifier will be 10, changing to 60 in September 2010. In March 2011, the age identifier will be 11, changing six months later to 61. DVLA says this pattern will continue until all permutations are exhausted. Local memory tags show in which part of the country a vehicle was first registered. For example, London registrations start with the letter L, while West of England registrations, which include Exeter, Truro and Bristol local offices, start with a W.


 


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A short selection of links to some of the many other pages from Gravelroots
The Vintage Trail - - emergency services archive - - The Rother Valley Trail - - Churches - - Venue - Gigs & musicians - - Pubs & Hotels - - more
Rother Valley Modern Communities
Chithurst - - Cocking - - Didling - - Duncton - - Easebourne - - East Lavington - - Fernhurst - - Fittleworth - - Graffham
Harting - - Heyshott - - Iping - - Lickfold - - Linch - - Lodsworth - - Lurgashall - - Midhurst - - Milland - - Northchapel
Nyewood - - Petworth - - Rogate - - Selham - - South Ambersham - - Stedham - - Sutton - - Tillington - - Trotton - - Upperton
 
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