K12 DSW is a Prefix style number plate. It has 4 letters and 2 numbers for a total of 6 characters.
Registration Number K12 DSW currently on retention certificate in my nameUsed to be on my BMW K1200S and latterly my Honda VFR 1200 CrosstourerOn
sale would be transferred by me at no cost to new owner (Grantee) – buy
with confidence – I’ll include the number plate in the picture!No transfer fees to payPayment from a confirmed PayPal account pleasePostage will be via Royal Mail and is included in the priceWhilst
I am happy to consider and best offers they would need to be within 10%
of the “Buy It Now” price or they will be auto-declined –
- Modified Item – No
- Country/Region of Manufacture – United Kingdom
- DVLA’s Changes Fee incl. in price? – Yes
- Custom Bundle – No
- VRM most significant letter – K
- Unit Quantity – 1
- DVLA’s Assignment Fee incl. in price? – Yes
- Is VRM ‘on retention’? – Yes
- Manufacturer Part Number – Does Not Apply
- Is VRM currently held on a vehicle? – No
- Cherished Number Themes – Car Makes/Models
- Applicable Date – KXXX XXX (Aug 92 – Jul 93)
- Vehicle Registration Mark (VRM) Type – Prefix Style (AXXX XXX)
- Personalise – Yes
- VRM (Registration Number) – K12 DSW
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.
K12 DSW Plate FAQs
What number plate style is K12 DSW?
K12 DSW 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 K12 DSW worth?
K12 DSW is listed for sale with a price of £400.
The seller has decided that K12 DSW is worth £400 for immediate purchase, however they may be open to offers around this price.
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