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    I’m off to the DVLA offices tomorrow to see about registering my ‘New Build’ twin.

    Fingers crossed for me


    Good luck.


    Hope it went ok mate.


    Hi KK,

    as I am a foreign visitor I have no idea what DVLA means.
    … driver vehicle license agency, ok.

    They decide which number is on the number plate, so what else do they do or which impact does it have?

    “KK750CSR” would be nice 😉

    Cheers, Michael

    PS: In Germany there is not to many choice for the number plate.
    First one, two or three letters describe the area you are in.
    Followed by one or two letters,
    finished by a one to four digit number.
    I’ve got AIC-Z76.
    A Kawa Z built 1976 😉


    That is correct Michael. They deal with ALL issues relating to the registration side of vehicles and licences. The visit was very productive thanks guys. I was told what I need to know but not exactly what I wanted to hear. The thing is I now know which way I am going.

    I am going to register the last CSR I originally bought as a donor bike. This is much more straight forward than registering the NEW frame I have. If I win the plate I am in auction for this will be the registration of the bike. I will not mention yet what the plate is but trust me it is perfect for the bike. Only 8 days left now and I am still the winning bidder!

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