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BA17 CAR is a Current style number plate. It has 5 letters and 2 numbers for a total of 7 characters.
BA17 CAR BAIT CAR Your vehicle must be a 17 plate or newer, registered as new on or after March 2017 or It can be held on certificate (subject to DVLA rules)
- DVLA’s Assignment Fee incl. in price? – Yes
- Vehicle Registration Mark (VRM) Type – Current Style (XX51 XXX)
- Cherished Number Themes – Comical
- VRM (Registration Number) – BA17 CAR
- Is VRM ‘on retention’? – Yes
- Suitable For – Car
- Suitable For – Motorcycle
- Placement on Vehicle – Front
- Placement on Vehicle – Front & Back
- Placement on Vehicle – Rear
- Brand – Unbranded
- Type – Number Plate
- VRM Currently Held on a Vehicle – No
- DVLA’s Assignment Fee Incl. In Price – Yes
- Classic Part – No
- Applicable Date – XX17 XXX (Mar 17 – Aug 17)
- Country/Region of Manufacture – United Kingdom
- DVLA’s Changes Fee incl. in price? – Yes
- DVLA’s Changes Fee Incl. In Price – Yes
- Personalise – No
- Performance Part – No
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.
BA17 CAR Plate FAQs
What number plate style is BA17 CAR?
BA17 CAR is a Current style number plate.
Current number plates are the seven-character plates you’ll find fitted to all new cars from 2001. These contain two letters, followed by two numbers and ending in three more letters. Additional year identifiers on these plates are released bi-annually by the DVLA.
How much is BA17 CAR worth?
BA17 CAR is listed for sale with a starting price of £10,000.
This number plate is being sold at auction, so this figure is the minimum the seller may accept. However, a reserve price may have been set indicating the seller believes BA17 CAR may be worth more.
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