A large number of celebrities choose to have private number plates as a way of giving their vehicle its own unique identity while adding a signature style to their luxury wheels. But you don’t need to be a celebrity to personalise your car, says Regtransfers, the largest independent provider of personalised number plates in the UK.
Regtransfers recently supplied a number plate to Danielle O’Hara (née Lloyd) to celebrate her new status as a married woman. The number plate, ‘MR55 D0H’, replaced the original plate Regtransfers supplied to Danielle when she was crowned Miss Great Britain (M15 GBX) in 2004.
‘100 VJ’ was the choice for Hollywood star, and former premier league footballer, Vinnie Jones. Vinnie has bought personalised registrations for many members of his family as he thinks they are the perfect way of reflecting a person’s identity. He believes more people should have personal plates when it’s so easy to get them. If someone has a car worth showing off then it makes sense to complete the look with stylish number plates.
Amir Khan (B0X 11NG), Chris Tarrant (CHU 8B), Russell Watson (T3 N0R) and Stacey Solomon (SX10 BUG) are amongst the other celebrities who chose a Regtransfers private plate. Anyone can do the same by using the numbers and letters available to create a personal plate that reflects their name, birth date, initials, hobby or even pet’s name!
Angela Banh, marketing manager at Regtransfers.co.uk says: “Personalised registration plates aren’t unattainable, and they are definitely not just for celebrities. Anyone can have fun creating their own personal plate to give that finishing touch to their car.
“Regtransfers makes it easy for anyone to get the plate they want; finding, buying and transferring number plates is really simple. There is a huge range of letter and number combinations available which can, as in our celebrity examples, be used to represent initials, nicknames or passions.”
Regtransfers is the largest independent specialist in registration plate transfers in the UK. For more information about buying DVLA number plates, or for assistance in finding or creating private plates, call 01582967777 or visit www.regtransfers.co.uk.
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