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How do I sell my number plate?

National Numbers

If you’re looking for advice on how to sell a number plate on a retention document or a car, you’ve come to the correct place. With National Numbers, selling a number plate is quick and simple.

The National Numbers system makes it simple to sell your private plate and provides an immediate number plate valuation for free. With our valuations based on statistics from more than 41 years of selling private number plates, this is the ideal method to sell a number plate.

If the system fails to recognize a plate’s importance and you believe it has been undervalued, don’t be upset – contact us! National Numbers also offers a special expert advice line – 0905 757 0011.

If you want to use the free instant appraisal, you must provide your registration number and contact information. You will be prompted for the dates that the tax and MOT expire if the registration is presently on a vehicle. If the registration is presently on a retention certificate, you will be prompted when it expires.

After that, you’ll receive an email stating the valuation and your instructions on how to sell your personalized number plate. An account will also be established for you, allowing you to access and manage the figure you wish to sell your private number plate.

The total of the money to be returned to you if you sell your number plate is determined by the quote you get for it – there are no deductions. National Numbers will publicize your private registration, which comes with an added fee.

How much will it cost to sell my number plate through a dealer?

When you sell your license plate through a dealer’s website, the seller usually does not charge a fee unless you decide on a premium package, which results in your registration being promoted to a high position when visitors search for it. Any interested buyer will pay in addition to the money requested and the dealer commission, as well as the DVLA processing fee, any prospective buyer who searches for your registration on our site.

What happens when a buyer is found for my number plate?

After the buyer is identified and a transaction completed, you will be given written confirmation of the procedure to sell your number plate if you agree. The dealer will require your V5C Registration Certificate (log book), your V778 (Retention Certificate) or V750 (Certificate of Entitlement), as well as permission to administer the certificate if the registration is on a certificate.

Before proceeding with the transfer, the dealer should always have fully cleared funds from the buyer and should clearly state when you will receive the full payment for registration. The dealer will verify and submit all relevant documents to the DVLA. Remember that any respectable dealer should be willing to go through the procedure in detail.

About National umvers

If you’re looking to sell your private number plate or a car, you’ve come to the correct place. With National Numbers, selling a number plate is quick and simple. The National Numbers system makes it simple to sell your private plate and provides an immediate number plate valuation for free. With our valuations are based on statistics from more than 41 years of selling private

The National Numbers are a member of the RMI Cherished Numbers Dealers Association (CNDA), which was founded in 1971 to safeguard customer interests and represent respectable and trustworthy dealers in vehicle registration numbers. Members of the CNDA adhere to a stringent code of ethics, and if an issue or conflict cannot be resolved directly, the CNDA will assist if any difficulties cannot be resolved immediately.

Why not get into contact with National Numbers today?

At National Numbers, we are passionate about our business and would be delighted to hear from you!

T: 0905 757 0011

E: customerservices@nationalnumbers.co.uk

W: www.nationalnumbers.co.uk

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