Anyone seen any good number plates on cars lately?

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For clarity, my username on a well known swinger site is JabaTheSlut (missing b intentional).
 
Thoughts please. After being stopped for miss spaced plates on two of my cars in quick succession returned to std spacing, decided they looked :mad: so replaced plates. Left orig, right new.
 

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Thoughts please. After being stopped for miss spaced plates on two of my cars in quick succession returned to std spacing, decided they looked :mad: so replaced plates. Left orig, right new.
I had a Police BMW 5 series estate sitting behind me in the traffic yesterday from Ealing Common down to Hangar Lane with no reaction from them. 👍👍 My plate reads F2 1EAD.
 
with no reaction from them. 👍👍
C11AY B on for over 20 years not a problem CHA5 B on for over 10 years not a problem. With the Range Rover he said your lucky your not in London or you would never get it insured. I replied, I'm not in London or am lost & what's that to do with number plates, are you not confusing number plates with thefts. Did not go down well, he lost the plot while his mate just smiled & went back to sit in the patrol car.
 
I have RC 09 CLK and have never had a tug. Not madly out of spec with just one extra space, been up and down the country with it, central london and loads of other cities.
 
Problem with incorrect spacing on plates is that ANPR can mis-read them. If your car gets stolen ANPR is less likely to be an aid in retrieving it.
 
Problem with incorrect spacing on plates is that ANPR can mis-read them. If your car gets stolen ANPR is less likely to be an aid in retrieving it.
Not true in my case. They knew my name, address, License number, probably my shoe size before they asked me anything. Also used ANPR reading car parks when going on holiday many times, barrier always lets me in/out.
 
Not true in my case. They knew my name, address, License number, probably my shoe size before they asked me anything. Also used ANPR reading car parks when going on holiday many times, barrier always lets me in/out.
My Alfa...with legal spacing and font if nothing else.....sometimes falls down on the number plate reading car parks because the plate is so far to the left of a pretty curved bumper (from the factory) if the scanner is too far to the right it's can't see the end of my plate. One car park in Worthing I have to drive in and out at an slight angle to avoid this issue.....
 
I still think wrongly spaced plates looks a bit.....odd shall we say.
Not for me but each to their own.
 

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