What are cherished number plates?
Cherished number plates means 'personalized registration plates' or 'personal car number plates' but in many cases cherished number plates is just what they are. Cherished number plate is connected with classic dateless registrations. Many of the royal families applied for Cherished number plates which have high sentimental values. This number plate consist letter and number which are very unique and well-known for every customer. Many of people design their number plate which represents their name, hobby, occupation, etc.
The head office of DVLA is in Swansea which changes the laws of cherished number plate transfers with the view to totally forbid the transfer of cherished registrations in the future. Cherished number plates was first started in the early 1900’s, during that time the management of car registrations which was set up in 1965, has moved from the responsibility of local committees the DVLA (Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency). All the cherished as well as private number plates have to pay DVLA transfer fee which is £80. Both vehicles are taxed and mot'd, if the number plate is on a vehicle at the time of sale or the plate can either be transferred directly to another vehicle.
The buyer will cost £105, if he wants the number plate on retention document and the vehicle have to take off via DVLA and also he has to pay taxed and mot'd. If the vehicle of the buyer is not ready for the number plate then he has to keep the number plate for 1 year and also renew his document every year which cost £25 to DVLA. If buyer buys their personal number plate directly from the DVLA, then he requires a plate that is on a Certificate of Entitlement to go on to a vehicle a nominee change will be required unless a car to car transfer is taking place.