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This amendment to the Road Vehicles (Display of Registration Marks) Regulations 2001 means that drivers in England, Scotland and Wales can display the Union flag, Cross of St George, Cross of St Andrew (also known as the Saltire) or Red Dragon of Wales as well as one of the following identifiers: GREAT BRITAIN, Great Britain, GB, UNITED KINGDOM, United Kingdom, UK, CYMRU, Cymru, CYM, Cym, ENGLAND, England, ENG, Eng, SCOTLAND, Scotland, SCO, Sco, WALES or Wales.
No other symbols or flags can be displayed on number plates.
The Motor Vehicle Registration Information System (MVRIS) is a database of new vehicle registration details in the UK for cars and commercial vehicles (less than 6 tonne gross vehicle weight).
The first two letters represent the ‘local memory tag’ – where the vehicle was registered. The third and fourth digits are numbers known as the ‘age identifier’.
The two numbers are an age identifier, which tells you in which 6-month period the car was first registered. The numbers change every 6 months, in March and September.
The March codes are easy to remember as they follow the year of registration (so a car registered in March – August 2016 has the number 16, a car registered from March – August 2005 has the number 05, etc.).
The current number plate system in Great Britain has been around since September 2001.