Simply enter how many digits, letters or numbers, that you would like on your private registration to see a list that meets your needs.
This method of searching is great for potential Investors looking for a cherished dateless plate at low-cost.
Prefix number plates are one of the most recognisable and impacting styles of vehicle registrations. Introduced in '83, prefix number plates start with a letter representing the year of the registration.
Suffix style registration plates, introduced in 1963, contain 3 letters, 2/3 numbers and a last letter to indicate the year the vehicle was registered, starting from "A" being 1963, "B" being 1964, and so on.
If you'd like a suffix registration, simply use our suffix plate builder for instant results that come with an unbeatable price tag.
Current/New Style Registrations are the most recent types of Number Plates. They were first introduced in 2001.
If you’re planning to purchase a private number plate at some point in the future or you’re looking to replace your present one, you might be interested to know which registrations are soon to be released. At New Reg, we can assist you in picking up your perfect plate in the future.
With an expert understanding of number plates, how they work, what the characters they display mean and when they’re released, we can help ensure you won’t miss the chance to buy a yet to be released registration when it becomes available.
Here at New Reg, you can register your interest in a specific future plate you’re hoping to secure for yourself. Close to the time of the registration’s release, we’ll contact you with a selection of options designed to ensure you have the very best chance of buying your desired plate. We’ll register your priority and give you all the essential details you require to place your order.
We use an innovative release alert tool that matches your interest with issues of future number plates in the UK. The only information you’ll need to supply are some simple contact details along with your chosen registration. As soon as your dream plate is approaching availability, we’ll be in touch. Our alert system that tracks new number plates’ release dates has been proven to be highly effective in aiding customers in acquiring the plate they want, with an 86.5% success rate on the last 19 plates.*
region where the car was first registered, the second two characters are numbers and represent the vehicle’s age. Plates are released in two six-month periods each year. Plates released in the first batch take these characters from the year date, for example for 2019 they are one and nine. The second batch takes the date and adds 50, making these numbers six and nine for 2019. The last three characters are random letters.
There are some limitations on the future registration you can select; some characters aren’t used on the current form of UK plates issued. For example, the letters I, Q and Z can’t be employed as the first two characters on a British plate and I and Q can’t be used for the last three letters either. Q is reserved for number plates to denote vehicles with undetermined age or origin by the DVLA. Kit cars and vehicles that have been modified far beyond their original specifications can have a Q registration. Additionally, number plate combinations that resemble a word or phrase which others may potentially find offensive are always excluded by the DVLA and never issued.
Whether you’re looking to buy a future release number plate for yourself or as a gift for a loved one, such as your son or daughter when they’re old enough to get behind the wheel, at New Reg we can help. Take advantage of our professional services today and make sure you don’t miss the opportunity to pick up that perfect plate when it arrives on the market.
If you want to find out more about how we can help you, don’t hesitate to contact our expert team today.
There are two number plate series releases every year from the DVLA. The new registration series follow the new registration format, being two characters, the year, and three more characters. The first two characters are the regional identifiers, and the last 3 are random. The first release of the year's two digits are the year itself, for example 2017 would be 17. The second release of the year is the year plus 50, for example: 2017's 2nd number plate series release would be 17 + 50 (67).
|Age Identifier|| Release Date |
|Age Identifier|| Release Date |
|18 series||01-03-2018||68 series||01-09-2018|
|19 series||01-03-2019||69 series||01-09-2019|
|20 series||01-03-2020||70 series||01-09-2020|
|21 series||01-03-2021||71 series||01-09-2021|
|22 series||01-03-2022||72 series||01-09-2022|
|23 series||01-03-2023||73 series||01-09-2023|
|24 series||01-03-2024||74 series||01-09-2024|
|25 series||01-03-2025||75 series||01-09-2025|
|26 series||01-03-2026||76 series||01-09-2026|
|27 series||01-03-2027||77 series||01-09-2027|
|28 series||01-03-2028||78 series||01-09-2028|
|29 series||01-03-2029||79 series||01-09-2029|
|30 series||01-03-2030||80 series||01-09-2030|
|31 series||01-03-2031||81 series||01-09-2031|
|32 series||01-03-2032||82 series||01-09-2032|
|33 series||01-03-2033||83 series||01-09-2033|
|34 series||01-03-2034||84 series||01-09-2034|
|35 series||01-03-2035||85 series||01-09-2035|
|36 series||01-03-2036||86 series||01-09-2036|
|37 series||01-03-2037||87 series||01-09-2037|
|38 series||01-03-2038||88 series||01-09-2038|
|39 series||01-03-2039||89 series||01-09-2039|
|40 series||01-03-2040||90 series||01-09-2040|
|41 series||01-03-2041||91 series||01-09-2041|
|42 series||01-03-2042||92 series||01-09-2042|
|43 series||01-03-2043||93 series||01-09-2043|
|44 series||01-03-2044||94 series||01-09-2044|
|45 series||01-03-2045||95 series||01-09-2045|
|46 series||01-03-2046||96 series||01-09-2046|
|47 series||01-03-2047||97 series||01-09-2047|
|48 series||01-03-2048||98 series||01-09-2048|
|49 series||01-03-2049||99 series||01-09-2049|
|50 series||System format is reversed||series|
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