Dating car registration plates
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The first two letters are an area code, which refer to the DVLA office where the car was originally registered.
For cars registered in September – February, the code is the year (as of September) plus 50.My thanks to Brian, from Motordata Events Ltd, for providing me with the source information on which this section was assembled, and for him agreeing to it being used on the site.Some further tips on researching a car's history can be found in this article.The appropriate year index, applicable to the vehicle’s date of first registration in the other state, will be assigned.Diagram 1: Diagram 2: No other numbers, letters or marks, etc. This Registration plate format applies to all vehicles that were first registered, on or after 1 January 2013, either in Ireland or in another state.Vehicles first registered in another state on or after 1 January 2013, and then imported into Ireland and registered, will be given a number plate of the format outlined below.
As part of the Year index, an additional character, either '1' or '2', has been added.
So a car registered now (September 2016 – February 2017) will have the number 66 (=16 50).
A car registered in September 2008 – February 2009 has the number 58 (=08 50), and so on.
For example, if a 60's car was registered as BND 468G, or a pre-war car as ND 3456, the letters "ND" would be that registration's location letters.
A look at the ND letter code page confirms that this was a Manchester-area letter code.
There are over 600 pages in this section, the data grouped together by registration number location letters.