T1M TIM Number Plates To Be Sold
If you are someone named Tim, or you know someone with that name, good news! The Road Transport Department (JPJ) and Ministry of Transport have approved the new ‘T1M’ series plate, which runs from ‘T1M 1’ to ‘T1M 1000’.
Meant to represent Transformasi 1 Malaysia, the sale of the plate series will be managed by Pertubuhan Transformasi Anak Muda Malaysia, a Non-governmental organisation (NGO). Bidding is set to officially begin from November 20, 2017 until December 2, 2017 and if you’re interested, the bidding form can be obtained from www.platt1m.com.
Successful bidders will have until July 30, 2018 to register their acquired plates, and registration can only be done at the Wangsa Maju JPJ office. It is reported ‘T1M 1’ will have a starting bid of RM180,000, so other bidders might want to spend their ‘T1M 3’ looking at other plates more suited to their budget.
Proceeds from the sale of the plate series will be channelled to the NGO so it can carry out efforts to provide education and welfare to youths in Malaysia.
“Auto theft investigators and police officers throughout the state have said to Austin and said, ‘Hey, look, you got to help us,'” Sgt. Tracy Hicks, a veteran Houston Police Department auto theft investigator, said.
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The Department of Motor Vehicles takes steps to ensure VIN information does correspond to actual vehicles, but the same stringency is not used to verify who registers those vehicles. By the same token, users could input a valid VIN that does not correspond to the car it is on.
Users are able to print the temporary license plates immediately.
“We are always looking for ways to improve our process," Texas DMV Director of Vehicle Titles and Registration Jeremiah Kuntz said. "We’re adding some security features to the tag itself. We are adding validations into our systems constantly, trying to make them more secure.”
Channel 2 Investigates also found temporary tags for sale on Facebook. We were able to secure a “Dealer” tag, good for 60 days, for $100 cash. The tag does not contain any personal identifying information.
“We did find this (tag) was issued through our system. Since it was not for legitimate purpose, that would be a violation,” Kuntz said, adding that DMV investigators would further examine the situation. “We’re going to open a case on this dealer to seek some sanctions against them."
The tag was issued from a Houston used car dealership that is out of business and not geographically near the West Houston home where we picked up the tag.
In December, the DMV will release new temporary tags that include new security features.
The DMV would not disclose each and every difference, but the new paper plate will be engineered to allow law enforcement to more quickly identify the registration information tied to the plate.
The new plates will also be harder to print copies that appear original.
Some of the changes include a barcode reader and larger type for the plate number and expiration date. When asked, the DMV would not reveal the changes being made to the online registration portion of the system.
How popular any name or initial it contains is: You are more likely to get good money for a registration plate that spells out a name like 5UE than you are with a more unusual name, simply because there is more demand for Sue (or Dave or Mel) than there would be for Hector, Primrose or Zebedee
How valuable the letters and numbers the plate contains are: in terms of numbers, lower numbers with fewer digits tend to be the most valuable when reselling personalised number plates, making BOB 1 more valuable than BOB 379. Sequential numbers (123, 456 etc.) and repeated numbers (444, 88) are more popular than random combinations, and special occasion numbers like 18 and 21 can also boost a number plate’s value a little. In terms of the letters in a number plate, the likelihood of a series of letters being a name or a person’s initials increases the value of the plate, too.
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