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It’s that time of year again. The launch of a new car registration plate is on the horizon and the DVLA offices have been all smirks and giggles as the team work out which offensive and bad taste personalised number plates they’re going to ban.  

The ‘14’ registration plate will arrive on the streets in March so like a bunch of school children looking up words they shouldn’t in the dictionary, staff at the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency have been racking their brains for any vague approximations of rude words the new plates could potentially spell out.

With the new ‘14’ numerals able to resemble the letters I, A or H, this year has produced a bumper crop of personalised plates deemed unsuitable for display on Britain’s roads. Plate buyers will not be able to order the number plates SL14 AGS, SK14 NKY, J14 HAD or PR14 CCK. Plus quite a few others, just use your imagination.

Of course, that still leaves a wealth of personalised number plate options open to the public. In this gallery we’re taking a look at some of the best and worst car number plates from around the world…


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The best and worst car number plates in the worldPersonalised car registration plates that raise a smile, lower the tone or make you wonder why anyone would bother. Personalised car registration plates that raise a smile, lower the tone or make you wonder why anyone would bother. Steve Walkercontent editor, MSN CarsEd Soluk2013-11-30T10:00:002013-11-30T10:00:00channeldrivetrueFunny car number platesIt’s that time of year again. The launch of a new car registration plate is on the horizon and the DVLA offices have been all smirks and giggles as the team work out which offensive and bad taste personalised number plates they’re going to ban.  The ‘14’ registration plate will arrive on the streets in March so like a bunch of school children looking up words they shouldn’t in the dictionary, staff at the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency have been racking their brains for any vague approximations of rude words the new plates could potentially spell out.With the new ‘14’ numerals able to resemble the letters I, A or H, this year has produced a bumper crop of personalised plates deemed unsuitable for display on Britain’s roads. Plate buyers will not be able to order the number plates SL14 AGS, SK14 NKY, J14 HAD or PR14 CCK. Plus quite a few others, just use your imagination.Of course, that still leaves a wealth of personalised number plate options open to the public. 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With CO2 emissions of just 93g/km it’s one of the greenest cars on the road.topnumber platesPO11UTEPO11UTEPO11UTEPO11UTEPO11UTEPO11UTEPO11UTEPO11UTEPO11UTEPO11UTEPO11UTEPO11UTEPO11UTEPO11UTEGB11 ALEYou’re one of the most famous footballers in the world, you’re besieged by the paparazzi at every turn and your face appears in countless magazines and newspapers every week. Do you really need a personalised number plate? Gareth Bale clearly thought so, although this shot was taken before his money-spinning move from Spurs to Real Madrid.topfunny number platesGB11 ALEGB11 ALE(©Rex)GB11 ALE(©Rex)GB11 ALE(©Rex)GB11 ALE(©Rex)GB11 ALE(©Rex)GB11 ALE(©Rex)GB11 ALE(©Rex)GB11 ALE(©Rex)GB11 ALE(©Rex)GB11 ALE(©Rex)GB11 ALE(©Rex)GB11 ALE(©Rex)GB11 ALE(©Rex)JB 007This is James Bond’s beautiful Aston Martin DB5 complete with personalised number plate just before the car was sold at auction in 2010.You might wonder why Britain’s top secret agent would be foolish enough to drive a car with his code number and initials on the number plate but don’t worry, the plate revolves to hide his identity when there are international evil geniuses about.topnumber platesJB 007(©PA)JB 007(©PA)JB 007(©PA)JB 007(©PA)JB 007(©PA)JB 007(©PA)JB 007(©PA)JB 007(©PA)JB 007(©PA)JB 007(©PA)JB 007(©PA)JB 007(©PA)JB 007(©PA)JB 007(©PA)JU5T WEDThere’s a great British tradition of ruining a newly married couple’s car just before they head off on honeymoon. Tying tin cans to the back, covering the windscreen in whipped cream, putting an enraged goat in the back seat, it’s all fair game on your wedding day. But surely I’d be better to mark the occasion with a simple number plate.JU5T WED was used on the Aston Martin DB6 driven by Prince William with his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge on their wedding day. Much more civilised.topfunny number platesJU5T WEDJU5T WED(©REUTERS)JU5T WED(©REUTERS)JU5T WED(©REUTERS)JU5T WED(©REUTERS)JU5T WED(©REUTERS)JU5T WED(©REUTERS)JU5T WED(©REUTERS)JU5T WED(©REUTERS)JU5T WED(©REUTERS)JU5T WED(©REUTERS)JU5T WED(©REUTERS)JU5T WED(©REUTERS)JU5T WED(©REUTERS)PIE DRAs dream jobs go Dr Mark Beeston’s is hard to top. He’s the official 'pie ambassador' for Dunckleys Pies, having been crowned supreme champion at the 2012 British pie awards. If you’d achieved similar qualifications, wouldn’t you put them on your number plate?topnumber platesPIE DR(©PA)PIE DR(©PA)PIE DR(©PA)PIE DR(©PA)PIE DR(©PA)PIE DR(©PA)PIE DR(©PA)PIE DR(©PA)PIE DR(©PA)PIE DR(©PA)PIE DR(©PA)PIE DR(©PA)PIE DR(©PA)PIE DR(©PA)WHO 1This is Bessie, Dr Who’s preferred mode of transport when the Tardis is in the garage getting its MOT. It’s a Siva Edwardian, a fibreglass-bodied kit car based on a Ford 103E Popular and it’s been driven by Dr Who incarnations numbers three, four, five and seven.The WHO 1 number plate isn’t actually a legal registration and the car had to wear MTR 5 when shooting on public roads. We’re surprised they bothered, the police would surely have their work cut out tracing the whereabouts of a timelord. Publicly available data says that the real WHO 1 is currently on a Land Rover Freelander.topnumber platesWHO 1(©Newspress)WHO 1(©Newspress)WHO 1(©Newspress)WHO 1(©Newspress)WHO 1(©Newspress)WHO 1(©Newspress)WHO 1(©Newspress)WHO 1(©Newspress)WHO 1(©Newspress)WHO 1(©Newspress)WHO 1(©Newspress)WHO 1(©Newspress)WHO 1(©Newspress)WHO 1(©Newspress)N8 RYDEREveryone knows that the real KITT talking car from TV’s Knight Rider had the 'KNIGHT' licence plate. Everyone, that is, except David Hasselhoff. Let’s hope he doesn’t try to jump this imposter over a burning oil tanker or things might get messy.topnumber platesN8 RYDER(©Rex)N8 RYDER(©Rex)N8 RYDER(©Rex)N8 RYDER(©Rex)N8 RYDER(©Rex)N8 RYDER(©Rex)N8 RYDER(©Rex)N8 RYDER(©Rex)N8 RYDER(©Rex)N8 RYDER(©Rex)N8 RYDER(©Rex)N8 RYDER(©Rex)N8 RYDER(©Rex)N8 RYDER(©Rex)EVILWe’re not sure which number plate is more appropriate here, the ‘EVIL’ registration on the moody but malfunctioning Mercedes-Benz CLK Black Series or ‘1 TOW 4U’ on the tow truck. Take your pick.topnumber platesEVIL(©Rex)EVIL(©Rex)EVIL(©Rex)EVIL(©Rex)EVIL(©Rex)EVIL(©Rex)EVIL(©Rex)EVIL(©Rex)EVIL(©Rex)EVIL(©Rex)EVIL(©Rex)EVIL(©Rex)EVIL(©Rex)EVIL(©Rex)1OCar number plates come free with most cars but if you want to have a registration like ‘1O’, you’ll probably need big money to pay for it.topnumber plates1O(©PA)1O(©PA)1O(©PA)1O(©PA)1O(©PA)1O(©PA)1O(©PA)1O(©PA)1O(©PA)1O(©PA)1O(©PA)1O(©PA)1O(©PA)1O(©PA)2 BE or NOT 2BThis is classic personalised number plate paring seen in Chelsea, London. If you see any other famous Shakespearean quotes on car registration plates, be sure to let us know.topnumber plates2 BE or NOT 2B(©PA)2 BE or NOT 2B(©PA)2 BE or NOT 2B(©PA)2 BE or NOT 2B(©PA)2 BE or NOT 2B(©PA)2 BE or NOT 2B(©PA)2 BE or NOT 2B(©PA)2 BE or NOT 2B(©PA)2 BE or NOT 2B(©PA)2 BE or NOT 2B(©PA)2 BE or NOT 2B(©PA)2 BE or NOT 2B(©PA)2 BE or NOT 2B(©PA)2 BE or NOT 2B(©PA)A11 PUFWith brothers like Steve Hubball you really don’t need enemies. Amused by the fact that his brother Tony had bought a car with the registration A11 PUF, Steve proceeded to wait until his bro was on holiday in Hong Kong. Then he struck, dying Tony's dog pink.The plate-based prank backfired when the dye refused to wash out and Lucy, the bichon frise, had to be strategically shaved.topnumber platesA11 PUF(©PA)A11 PUF(©PA)A11 PUF(©PA)A11 PUF(©PA)A11 PUF(©PA)A11 PUF(©PA)A11 PUF(©PA)A11 PUF(©PA)A11 PUF(©PA)A11 PUF(©PA)A11 PUF(©PA)A11 PUF(©PA)A11 PUF(©PA)A11 PUF(©PA)PUT 3Could you really begrudge the ever-genial Peter Alliss, TV’s voice of golf, a cheeky putting-themed number plate for his Bentley? No, we thought not. Those sunglasses are another matter though.topnumber platesPUT 3(©Rex)PUT 3(©Rex)PUT 3(©Rex)PUT 3(©Rex)PUT 3(©Rex)PUT 3(©Rex)PUT 3(©Rex)PUT 3(©Rex)PUT 3(©Rex)PUT 3(©Rex)PUT 3(©Rex)PUT 3(©Rex)PUT 3(©Rex)PUT 3(©Rex)J6 MUMYou only have to look at the exhausted, shell-shocked expression of Mr Graham Walton in this photograph to understand that he really has fathered sextuplet daughters.Lucy, Sarah, Kate, Ruth, Hannah and Jenny, aged 7, are shown with their mum Janet receiving a Mitsubishi Space Wagon with the number plate J6 MUM at the 1991 London Motor Show.  topnumber platesJ6 MUM(©PA)J6 MUM(©PA)J6 MUM(©PA)J6 MUM(©PA)J6 MUM(©PA)J6 MUM(©PA)J6 MUM(©PA)J6 MUM(©PA)J6 MUM(©PA)J6 MUM(©PA)J6 MUM(©PA)J6 MUM(©PA)J6 MUM(©PA)J6 MUM(©PA)G-WAGENHave you ever been asked what car you drive and not had the faintest idea. This number plate is the perfect antidote to just such an embarrassing situation. This particular Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen (otherwise known as the G-Class) actually belonged to Arnold Schwarzenegger who, in his days as governor of California, did have a lot on his mind.  topnumber platesG-WAGEN(©Rex)G-WAGEN(©Rex)G-WAGEN(©Rex)G-WAGEN(©Rex)G-WAGEN(©Rex)G-WAGEN(©Rex)G-WAGEN(©Rex)G-WAGEN(©Rex)G-WAGEN(©Rex)G-WAGEN(©Rex)G-WAGEN(©Rex)G-WAGEN(©Rex)G-WAGEN(©Rex)G-WAGEN(©Rex)CH11 PPYIf you can’t afford a number plate that spells out your name, the next best option might be one that spells out your job.topnumber platesCH11 PPY(©Newspress)CH11 PPY(©Newspress)CH11 PPY(©Newspress)CH11 PPY(©Newspress)CH11 PPY(©Newspress)CH11 PPY(©Newspress)CH11 PPY(©Newspress)CH11 PPY(©Newspress)CH11 PPY(©Newspress)CH11 PPY(©Newspress)CH11 PPY(©Newspress)CH11 PPY(©Newspress)CH11 PPY(©Newspress)CH11 PPY(©Newspress)MR BOLTThe shy and retiring Usain Bolt doesn’t strike you as the kind of guy who might drive a gold Nissan GT-R with his name on the registration plate. The fastest man on Earth does own such a car though. It was gift from Nissan but that number plate may not be strictly legal.topnumber platesMR BOLT(©Nissan)MR BOLT(©Nissan)MR BOLT(©Nissan)MR BOLT(©Nissan)MR BOLT(©Nissan)MR BOLT(©Nissan)MR BOLT(©Nissan)MR BOLT(©Nissan)MR BOLT(©Nissan)MR BOLT(©Nissan)MR BOLT(©Nissan)MR BOLT(©Nissan)MR BOLT(©Nissan)MR BOLT(©Nissan)FAB1Now this is an all-time classic number plate. Made famous when it appeared on Lady Penelope’s pink Rolls-Royce in the Thunderbirds puppet show, FAB 1 is owned by Chris Evans. He recently attached it to another pink Rolls-Royce for a charity drive from Land’s End to John O’Groats and MSN Cars went along for the ride.topnumber platesFAB1(©Getty)FAB1(©Getty)FAB1(©Getty)FAB1(©Getty)FAB1(©Getty)FAB1(©Getty)FAB1(©Getty)FAB1(©Getty)FAB1(©Getty)FAB1(©Getty)FAB1(©Getty)FAB1(©Getty)FAB1(©Getty)FAB1(©Getty)SCV 1One of the most recognisable number plates in the world, SCV 1 is the pope’s personalised plate and has adorned a wide array of different popemobiles down the years.topnumber platesSCV 1(©Rex)SCV 1(©Rex)SCV 1(©Rex)SCV 1(©Rex)SCV 1(©Rex)SCV 1(©Rex)SCV 1(©Rex)SCV 1(©Rex)SCV 1(©Rex)SCV 1(©Rex)SCV 1(©Rex)SCV 1(©Rex)SCV 1(©Rex)SCV 1(©Rex)SITUATIONIf you thought personalised number plates were the preserve of the worst kind of publicity-hungry show-off, this could be confirmation. This is the Bentley Continental GT belonging to Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino, star of MTV’s reality show Jersey Shore.topnumber platesSITUATION(©Rex)SITUATION(©Rex)SITUATION(©Rex)SITUATION(©Rex)SITUATION(©Rex)SITUATION(©Rex)SITUATION(©Rex)SITUATION(©Rex)SITUATION(©Rex)SITUATION(©Rex)SITUATION(©Rex)SITUATION(©Rex)SITUATION(©Rex)SITUATION(©Rex)S8 VOYA touch of class now and this Rolls-Royce outside London’s Savoy hotel with a wholly appropriate personalised plate.topnumber platesS8 VOYS8 VOYS8 VOYS8 VOYS8 VOYS8 VOYS8 VOYS8 VOYS8 VOYS8 VOYS8 VOYS8 VOYS8 VOYS8 VOY911 GBThe 997 Porsche 911 GT3 is an epic sports car in every sense and when MSN Cars drove the car Porsche UK had given it one of the best number plates in its arsenal.topnumber plates911 GB(©Microsoft)911 GB(©Microsoft)911 GB(©Microsoft)911 GB(©Microsoft)911 GB(©Microsoft)911 GB(©Microsoft)911 GB(©Microsoft)911 GB(©Microsoft)911 GB(©Microsoft)911 GB(©Microsoft)911 GB(©Microsoft)911 GB(©Microsoft)911 GB(©Microsoft)911 GB(©Microsoft)SL63 AMGJust in case anyone doubted that this is the full-fat SL63 AMG version of Mercedes’ luxurious SL convertible, here it is in black and yellow on the tail gate. You’ve heard of dealers offering a badge delete option on high-end cars, well this is the other end of the scale.topnumber platesSL63 AMG(©Newspress)SL63 AMG(©Newspress)SL63 AMG(©Newspress)SL63 AMG(©Newspress)SL63 AMG(©Newspress)SL63 AMG(©Newspress)SL63 AMG(©Newspress)SL63 AMG(©Newspress)SL63 AMG(©Newspress)SL63 AMG(©Newspress)SL63 AMG(©Newspress)SL63 AMG(©Newspress)SL63 AMG(©Newspress)SL63 AMG(©Newspress)A TESLAAnother expensive car name tag and a good one if you happen to be one of the few people who own one of Tesla Motors’ electric cars.topnumber platesA TESLA(©Rex)A TESLA(©Rex)A TESLA(©Rex)A TESLA(©Rex)A TESLA(©Rex)A TESLA(©Rex)A TESLA(©Rex)A TESLA(©Rex)A TESLA(©Rex)A TESLA(©Rex)A TESLA(©Rex)A TESLA(©Rex)A TESLA(©Rex)A TESLA(©Rex)UR2 FATThe owner of this registration plate from Ontario, Canada, clearly likes to tell it as it is. It might be harsh but if it keeps fellow motorists away from the Ginsters cabinet at their next fuel stop, you could say it’s performed a public service.topnumber platesUR2 FAT(©Rex)UR2 FAT(©Rex)UR2 FAT(©Rex)UR2 FAT(©Rex)UR2 FAT(©Rex)UR2 FAT(©Rex)UR2 FAT(©Rex)UR2 FAT(©Rex)UR2 FAT(©Rex)UR2 FAT(©Rex)UR2 FAT(©Rex)UR2 FAT(©Rex)UR2 FAT(©Rex)UR2 FAT(©Rex)SPAINHere’s Queen Sofia of Spain cleverly guarding against the diplomatic incident that would ensue if she accidently got into the Italian prime minister’s car.topnumber platesSPAINSPAINSPAINSPAINSPAINSPAINSPAINSPAINSPAINSPAINSPAINSPAINSPAINSPAINKP11 HOTYou might object to personalised number plates on grounds of taste but you can’t possibly object to them as strongly as you do pink Range Rovers. This adventurous colour scheme is the work of glamour model Katie Price, if you hadn’t guessed from her self-effacing KP11 HOT plate.topnumber platesKP11 HOT(©Rex)KP11 HOT(©Rex)KP11 HOT(©Rex)KP11 HOT(©Rex)KP11 HOT(©Rex)KP11 HOT(©Rex)KP11 HOT(©Rex)KP11 HOT(©Rex)KP11 HOT(©Rex)KP11 HOT(©Rex)KP11 HOT(©Rex)KP11 HOT(©Rex)KP11 HOT(©Rex)KP11 HOT(©Rex)M1Another personalised number plate option is to get one named after the road where you spend most of your driving time. M1 is one of the UK’s most expensive numberplates with businessman Mike McCoomb splashing out £331,500 for it in 2006. The plate is currently on a white Mercedes SL 63 AMG according to Publicly available data.topnumber platesM1(©PA)M1(©PA)M1(©PA)M1(©PA)M1(©PA)M1(©PA)M1(©PA)M1(©PA)M1(©PA)M1(©PA)M1(©PA)M1(©PA)M1(©PA)M1(©PA)LONGLEGSHere’s model Karlie Kloss, the Mercedes-Benz CLA and a very appropriate personalised number plate.topfunny number platesLONGLEGSLONGLEGS(©Rex)LONGLEGS(©Rex)LONGLEGS(©Rex)LONGLEGS(©Rex)LONGLEGS(©Rex)LONGLEGS(©Rex)LONGLEGS(©Rex)LONGLEGS(©Rex)LONGLEGS(©Rex)LONGLEGS(©Rex)LONGLEGS(©Rex)LONGLEGS(©Rex)LONGLEGS(©Rex)2012 OGHere’s former athlete and current TV presenter Iwan Thomas with one of the number plates that the DVLA auctioned in the run-up to the 2012 Olympics. We wonder how the value of 2012 OG compares now that the games are over.topnumber plates2012 OG(©Newspress)2012 OG(©Newspress)2012 OG(©Newspress)2012 OG(©Newspress)2012 OG(©Newspress)2012 OG(©Newspress)2012 OG(©Newspress)2012 OG(©Newspress)2012 OG(©Newspress)2012 OG(©Newspress)2012 OG(©Newspress)2012 OG(©Newspress)2012 OG(©Newspress)2012 OG(©Newspress)SEB 60EThis plate was another lot in the DVLA’s pre 2012 Olympics auction. We can’t imagine who might have been bidding on this one.topnumber platesSEB 60E(©Newspress)SEB 60E(©Newspress)SEB 60E(©Newspress)SEB 60E(©Newspress)SEB 60E(©Newspress)SEB 60E(©Newspress)SEB 60E(©Newspress)SEB 60E(©Newspress)SEB 60E(©Newspress)SEB 60E(©Newspress)SEB 60E(©Newspress)SEB 60E(©Newspress)SEB 60E(©Newspress)SEB 60E(©Newspress)MI55 RRGThis is Miss England, Rachel Christie, with her new Renault Megane Coupe Cabriolet. Apparently, the personalised plate ‘MI55 RRG’ stands for ‘Miss Renault Retail Group’ but we doubt she’ll be explaining that to too many people.topnumber platesMI55 RRG(©PA)MI55 RRG(©PA)MI55 RRG(©PA)MI55 RRG(©PA)MI55 RRG(©PA)MI55 RRG(©PA)MI55 RRG(©PA)MI55 RRG(©PA)MI55 RRG(©PA)MI55 RRG(©PA)MI55 RRG(©PA)MI55 RRG(©PA)MI55 RRG(©PA)MI55 RRG(©PA)BUN 1ONSpotted at a local hospital by one of MSN Cars’ very own intrepid reporters, this Audi A1 bearing the legend BUN 1ON can surely only belong to a chiropodist, or possibly a podiatrist. Or maybe the owner is just a patient who's unafraid of flagging-up their foot complaints to the world. We’ll probably never know.topnumber platesBUN 1ON(©Microsoft)BUN 1ON(©Microsoft)BUN 1ON(©Microsoft)BUN 1ON(©Microsoft)BUN 1ON(©Microsoft)BUN 1ON(©Microsoft)BUN 1ON(©Microsoft)BUN 1ON(©Microsoft)BUN 1ON(©Microsoft)BUN 1ON(©Microsoft)BUN 1ON(©Microsoft)BUN 1ON(©Microsoft)BUN 1ON(©Microsoft)BUN 1ON(©Microsoft)MED1AIf Rupert Murdoch was in the market for a number plate he might be interested in this one. Spotted by an MSN Cars reader at a London Hotel, 'MED1A' is on a Bentley Continental GTC.topNumber platesMED1A(©Microsoft)MED1A(©Microsoft)MED1A(©Microsoft)MED1A(©Microsoft)MED1A(©Microsoft)MED1A(©Microsoft)MED1A(©Microsoft)MED1A(©Microsoft)MED1A(©Microsoft)MED1A(©Microsoft)MED1A(©Microsoft)MED1A(©Microsoft)MED1A(©Microsoft)MED1A(©Microsoft)2 BMWMSN Cars reader @smiffyboy spotted this appropriately-plated BMW 7 Series on his way back from the British Grand Prix. If you spot an interesting number plate while out on your travels be sure to let us know.topNumber plates2 BMW(©@smiffyboy)2 BMW(©@smiffyboy)2 BMW(©@smiffyboy)2 BMW(©@smiffyboy)2 BMW(©@smiffyboy)2 BMW(©@smiffyboy)2 BMW(©@smiffyboy)2 BMW(©@smiffyboy)2 BMW(©@smiffyboy)2 BMW(©@smiffyboy)2 BMW(©@smiffyboy)2 BMW(©@smiffyboy)2 BMW(©@smiffyboy)2 BMW(©@smiffyboy)

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