Car Number Plates
YMF Car Parts can make number plates on site at all branch locations and are a registered supplier on the DVLA register of number plate suppliers (RNPS)
We can only supply number plates where we have seen the relevant documentation so number plates are for branch collection only.
By law number plates have to conform to British Standards BS AU 145e and must be permanently and legibly marked with the manufacturers details and the supplying outlets details (business name and post code)
You can only purchase number plates from a registered number plate supplier and you can find your nearest supplier here RNPS Businesses
When purchasing number plates you will need to prove your name and address details and prove that you are allowed to use the registration number. These two methods of identification also need to match to the same person.
These are known as proof of identity documents and proof of entitlement documents. The supplier will record the traceable number on the documentation and will keep the data on file for a minimum of 3 years.
Proof of identity codes:
A = Driving Licence
B = Utility, telephone or council tax bill
C = A bank or building society statement
D = Passport
E = Foreign National Identity Card
F = Debit or Credit Card
G = A police warrant card
H = An armed forces identity card
Proof of entitlement codes:
1= Registration Certificate (V5C)
2 = Tear off slip V5C/2 section 10 of the V5C
3 = Certificate of entitlement to a mark (V750)
4 = Cherished transfer retention document (V778)
5 = Vehicle licence renewal form (V11)
6 = Temporary registration certificate (V379)
7 = Authorisation Certificate (V948) with official DVLA stamp
8 = A letter of authorisation from Fleet Operators (including a lease/hire company) quoting the document reference number from the V5C
9 = Record of the insurer’s name, reference and policy number (for repairs approved by an insurance company).
The documents must be the original and not a copy.