B7 PDR is a Prefix style number plate. It has 4 letters and 1 numbers for a total of 5 characters.
B7 PDR ~ This Registration Number is held on a vehicle owned by myself and can be transfered to any vehicle registered from August 1984 onwardsYou are welcome to collect the Retention Document or have it delivered by postANY QUESTIONS? ~ If you have any questions you are welcome to call Jim Johnston 9am~6pm any day including weekends on 07531 894799
- Cherished Number Themes – Names
- Vehicle Registration Mark (VRM) Type – Prefix Style (AXXX XXX)
- DVLA’s Assignment Fee Incl. In Price – No
- VRM Currently Held on a Vehicle – Yes
- Applicable Date – BXXX XXX (Aug 84 – Jul 85)
- VRM (Registration Number) – B7 PDR
- Featured Refinements – Private Number Plate
- Features – Private Number Plate
- VRM Most Significant Letter – P
Plate Spacing Variations
Note: It may not be legal to display this number plate on your vehicle with the variations shown here. For illustration purposes only.
B7 PDR Plate FAQs
What number plate style is B7 PDR?
B7 PDR is a Prefix style number plate.
Prefix number plates were traditionally fitted to new vehicles between 1983 and 2001. They follow the format of one letter, followed by one to three numbers and ending in three more letters – a total of five to seven characters.
How much is B7 PDR worth?
B7 PDR is listed for sale with a price of £495.
The seller has decided that B7 PDR is worth £495 for immediate purchase, however they may be open to offers around this price.
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