This section of the site allows a drill down facility of reg plates. Each number plate has one, two or three letters and one or more numbers. Using these screens you can drill down through the available number plates based upon either the first letter, first two letters or all three available letters. Simply click the relevant links to drill down and see available personalised number plates
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Diplomatic Plates 'D' what are they?
Since 1979 cars operated by foreign embassies, high commissions, consular staff, and various international organisations have been given plates with a distinguishing format of three numbers, one letter, three numbers. The letter is D for diplomats or X for accredited non-diplomatic staff. The first group of three numbers identifies the country or organisation to whom the plate has been issued, the second group of three numbers is a serial number, starting at 101 for diplomats (although some embassies were erroneously issued 100), 400 for non-diplomatic staff of international organisations, and 700 for consular staff. Thus, for example, 101 D 101 identifies the first plate allocated to the Afghanistan embassy, 900 X 400 is the first plate allocated to the Commonwealth Secretariat.