I've got five digit personalised number plates and I'm in a bit of a dilemma as to how to attach the rear one. The front one is no problem as Iíve drilled new holes into the bumper but the rear one is the problem. The holes donít reach the factory holes and Iím reluctant to drill new ones into the boot lid. How has everyone else fitted their five digit plates?
I've done something like that. I've turned the original plate back to front and attached the new one to that. I've sprayed the back of the old one black so it doesn't stand out, butI want to take it off completely.
I know someone who had 5 digit plates with the same problem as you. He took the plates and the car to VicRoads and showed the manager that the custom plates would not bolt onto the mounting points on his BA, but the standard size does. They reissued plates of the standard size with 5 digits and all good, no further cost to him except had to wait for almost 2 more weeks.
Just get some Blue tack,always works they say. LOL
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