Current Style Number Plates

TopReg is your go-to source for acquiring current style number plates. No matter the year or unique combination you’re looking for, we’ve got you covered with our extensive collection.

What are Current Style Number Plates?

Current style number plates, also known as the “millennium plates,” were introduced in the UK in September 2001 and continue to be issued. These plates have two letters, followed by two digits representing the year of the registration, and three random letters. For instance, “AB12 XYZ.”

These plates follow a specific biannual release pattern. In March, the number plate mirrors the actual year (2005 as 05, 2012 as 12, etc.). However, the September release sees the year represented differently. From 2000 to 2009, all plates had 50s numbers, such as the year 2000 as 50, 2004 as 54, and so on. From 2010 to 2020, it was 60s numbers. So, 2010 was 60, 2015 was 65, 2019 was 69. Since 2020, we’ve moved into the 70s.

The Benefits of Owning a Current Style Number Plate

Current style number plates offer a unique opportunity for personalisation, given their vast array of possible combinations. The digits allow for representation of significant years, while the letters can express initials, names, or words significant to the owner.

Moreover, current style plates make it easier to identify the age of a vehicle. This transparency can be beneficial when purchasing a used car or for businesses wanting to demonstrate their up-to-date fleet.

Lastly, as these plates are continually released, they are more accessible and affordable than dateless or older style plates, providing an excellent entry point for those new to personalised number plates.

If you have any questions concerning the purchase or assignment of current style private number plates in the UK, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Our dedicated team is on standby to help you find the perfect plate.