Fake Number Plates And Cling Film Reg Plate Camera Cheat
Gordon told The Sunday Mirror: “I drive my cars at night when no one sees me.
“I’ll take it out at 2.30 in the morning on the freeway and I’ll blast on the motorway and no police catch me and no cameras because I wrap my number plates with cling film.
“It won’t photograph, it reflects. Brilliant! It’s a great tip.”
Dad-of-four Gordon went on to explain that while the top speed on Los Angeles roads is 65mph, his Ferrari can reach speeds of 200mph.
Gordon owns eight Ferraris in total but keeps seven of the prized cars at his home in the UK.
He recently re-located to the US for a short period of time to open up his latest restaurant on the Las Vegas boulevard.
Back home in Blighty, his rivalry with fellow TV chef Jamie Oliver has continued to rumble on.
In December, Jamie admitted he wanted to feud to end after tiring of their sniping.
Jamie told The Radio Times: “What I said was fairly grown-up and reasonable.
“I don’t want personal spats in public with someone that.
Police officers in Derbyshire pulled over a car which had a bizarre number plate made from paper.
Cops from the county's Roads Policing Unit posted news of the incident on Twitter this morning.
The unit said the driver's documents were "in order" but that they came across the number plate and also a tyre in a poor condition on the Audi car.
The unit worked with officers from South Normanton and Pinxton safer neighbourhood team during the incident.
The tweet said: "The registration plate was made from paper. Turned out to be in order document wise but found a tyre in this condition. Changed for the spare before heading home and a ticket, three points and a maximum fine of £1,000. #Deathtrap."
The team also detained three people in Normanton last night.
They were tipped off that a vehicle was being used for the supply of drugs. The tweet said: "Tried to evade us but got boxed in. All three occupants detained and two passengers found with drugs."
The team said the driver failed a drugs test for cannabis and they also seized the car as the driver did not have an insurance policy.
The Balongi police on Friday arrested a 19-year-old youth for allegedly forging the registration number of his motorcycle. Nitin Sharma, was held yesterday night, at a naka. Police sources said he had purchased a Splendor motorcycle in 2013, but did not register his vehicle at the time. SI Mohan Lal, said: “The accused was driving a vehicle with the fake registration number PB 65 L 9399, which was later found to be registered on the name of Inderjit Singh.”
The accused had confessed to forging the number plate in a bid to save money and penalty for late registration of his motorcycle.
So how do you ensure you get one that rises in value rather than one that remains static? The trick is to buy something that other people are likely to want. Number plates that show a person’s name or initials are a good example, providing they are not unusual names or initials. Having something that is unusual will not prevent the number plate from rising in value, but it may be more difficult as it will be harder to find a buyer whom the number plate is relevant to and who wants to pay for it.
Next, have a look at what is currently for sale that matches that name or initials. If there are not many or if the one you have is considerably better, you will have a greater chance of the investment rising in value. If, on the other hand, there are lots of other options for people with that name or initials, you may find it harder to sell the one you own.
Other things that can prevent you from getting a high price for a number plate include:
- Number plates that are hard to understand – If people can’t tell what the number plate means after a few seconds of looking at it, you might struggle to get a high price for it.
- Humorous number plates – These types of plates are very niche, so the market for them is smaller than for standard phrases.
- Made up or unique words – There may not be anyone else who wants a number plate with a very unusual word.
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