What is the year of my car?
Car registration years chart—2001 onward
|Year||Registrations from 1 March to 31 August||Registrations from 1 September to 28 February|
What year is a reg?
Older number plates with the prefix and suffix system
|The prefix system used between August 1983 – August 2001||The suffix system used between January 1963 – July 1983|
|Car reg years||Prefix letter||Suffix letter|
|August 1983 – July 1984||A||A|
|August 1984 – July 1985||B||B|
|August 1985 – July 1986||C||C|
How do you date a number plate?
To identify the age of a car, just look at the third and fourth digits of the number plate. In March, the digits will always be the same as the last two digits of the year. In September, the digits will be the same as the last two digits of the year plus 50.
How do I read my old number plate UK?
The first two letters of your car’s number plate refer to where it was registered. The first letter is for the region, and the second is for the local DVLA office. 2. The two numbers following this are an age identifier, changed every 6 months at the beginning of March and September.
How do I find out what year my registration is UK?
Number plates in the UK are issued twice a year – between 6 month intervals, and are in the format AB51 ABD, where the numeric characters show the year. New style registrations are also known as Millennium Registrations and these offer more insights into the information around the number plate.
What year is 61 plate?
In September, the numbers are the year plus 50. So, 61 in September 2011, 62 in September 2012, 63 in September 2013 etc etc. The last three letters are randomly allocated to dealerships when the car is registered.
What year is 54 plate?
|Year||1 March to end August||1 September to end February|