Driver And Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) has responded to messages from the general public to investigate the number plate of Nana Aba Anamoah’s new gifted Range Rover SUV.
This became an issue when a Nissan Rogue bearing the same number plate was spotted in town. In the rules and regulations of the DVLA, two cars can’t share the same number plate. When such an incident arises, investigations must be conducted.
DVLA has finally come to clear the airwaves with a press statement. In the statement, DVLA confirms the Nissan Rogue is registered in their system with the affixed number plate whilst the Range Rover is not. They described the unlawful use of a number plate or driving an unregistered car is an offense.
See their press statement below.
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