Funny German car registrations

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Following on from the funny German names thread I noticed two cars the other day, one registered Mu-FF xxx. and the other BO-NK xxx, parked near each other.

A while back I spotted a crappy old lowered black BMW 3 series convertible with some proud looking kiddy driving it. His chosen plate SAD-ME xxx :lol:

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PiePiper I worry about you ;)

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Grinner and I once saw "FU-CK ****. Maybe he can post the photo.

I have also seen MU-FF, NE-RD, S-TD and many more.

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Reminds me of another, possibly someone who posts here, but at least someone with some creativity: RO-OT 101

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I got a personalised number plate by changing my name to MZ3441

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I've often thought about moving to Schwäbisch Hall, and getting the Number - G 69 ;)

or maybe to Stuttgart...

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I saw a woman driving around with the exact same car with my license plate MKW-1964(my initialy -KW and date of birth)

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Mine is BA-NG 75... no kidding.. Germans find it funny.. :D

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I always fancied moving to Starnberg just to get:

STA-SH 143

Think about it B)

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up in dortmund you get all sorts of DO-PE, DO-RK and DO-NG's

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I wanted TÖL-DU 50 but they said it wasn't available.

Not much else funny with those letters as a prefix ...

Urban legend has it that there was a car driving round in the UK in the late 70s sporting the number OSH 1T, but this one was never issued.

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Its great when the persons shown a bit of imagination and a sense of fun.

Not like all those Audi TT drivers who drive around with M.TT.123/100 or whatever.

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I used to own ABU 51T

Sold it to a bloke who put it on his DB7 now this bloke did know how to Abus(e) IT!!

Part of the story follows...

Silicon Technologies Europe Receives Government Subsidies

Sunday Business Post -- Silicon Technologies Europe Ltd is based in offices at the government-subsidised Shannon Development Clare Business Centre in Ennis. Dylan Creaven has a hand in the company's stated assets of €4.16m. Creaven also has a hand in conspiring to cheat the British Inland Revenue of STG 162m of VAT. What I would like to know is can you get VAT back on aircraft leasing arrangements.

One of the mobile phone traders arrested by British VAT investigators had the personalised automobile registration plate of JU51 VAT (JUST VAT) and another car he owns bears the plate ABU 51T (ABUSE IT). The owner had run a scheme to exploit the zero VAT rate for trading partners in the EU single market. Creaven is not unique.

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P155 OFF would have been a good plate but was never issued! :)

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There is a car parked regularly in our street with the DO:Rk xxx number plate.

I quite like the M:IN1 number plate though(obviously on a mini).

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Well you get a lot of minis in Berlin with B-IG Number Plates or BMWs with B-MW, I've seen SE-XY quite often , but the best one I ever saw was PE-PS 1

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I like this one! B)

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I have seen one C-UNT**

also C-AR*** (well duh) :P

and another C-OP911

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In German 'statt 6' is pronounced 'statt sex' and means 'instead of sex'.

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Yesterday I saw an accident in Karlsplatz: a n.17 Tram crashed the left side of a white Audi. Its plate was M-UT XXXX. Mut, which means courage!

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