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From an MOT point of view it may pass as you can read the letters and numbers from the set distance but from a DVLA perspective I believe only on a old landrover

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53 minutes ago, Jay762 said:

From an MOT point of view it may pass as you can read the letters and numbers from the set distance but from a DVLA perspective I believe only on a old landrover

Should I risk putting it on the front and keep the other plate on the dash or something?

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I know jdm plates can legally be smaller but I think there's a rule about showing white all the way round ,between the numbers and the edge of the plate .

As I could've had the whole plate made 20mm smaller and still be 0.5mm above the legal limit .

 I just wanted a smaller than UK sized plate and didn't want anything to wind coppers up lol 

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1 minute ago, savage bulldogs said:

I know jdm plates can legally be smaller but I think there's a rule about showing white all the way round ,between the numbers and the edge of the plate .

As I could've had the whole plate made 20mm smaller and still be 0.5mm above the legal limit .

 I just wanted a smaller than UK sized plate and didn't want anything to wind coppers up lol 

ah right, its a perrin usa license plate holder that came with my pulley cover, so I bought a 305mm x 152mm plate to fit with it (had to dremel it a bit).

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Tbh I couldn't tell you the size of my plate , without measuring it but I vaguely remember him saying something about needing a minimum amount of white round the edges .

 

If so maybe you could trim a bit off the holder (top n bottom) too show a white gap between numbers and holder ?

Just double check , before you hack anything about though bud , as I might have been mistaken or it might not apply to your scoob 

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