"To make all this enforceable every number plate suppliers must be registered with the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency and must show his name and post code on each number plate he supplies.
In addition you must supply proof of I.D.when buying plates ( preferrably a photocard driving licence ) and also proof that the number is yours( V5 registration document ( log book) , V750 (pink) or V778 (green) certificate for the registration number, V11 vehicle licence renewal, or V948).
The supplier must keep records of all the above and make them available to the police if requested."
I suggest you contact the site designer and ask about the script.
Hmm... just noticed what you said about no contact details. Not good. You could try e-mailing 'admin @ mikesplates' or 'postmaster @ ...' and hope that they have a catch-all inbox for those sorts of generic address.
that anyone who wants to sell number plates in the UK has to be registered with DVLA and maintain records of all plates sold, showing the name and address of the purchaser, together with a confirmation that the seller checked the buyer's credentials, and his/her entitlement to the registration number.
Anyone buying a plate must prove his/her identity, and that he/she is entitled to that particular registration number. Various documents are accepted, including:-
For proof of entitlement to the vehicle registration mark:
V5 registration document
V11 licence renewal application form
copy of hire/lease contract
company letter on headed paper, including VAT number or VE103 (vehicle on hire certificate)
proof of Cherished Transfer
For proof of identity:
A current photocard driving licence
Utility bill and current paper driving licence
Utility bill and passport
Utility bill and credit/debit card with photograph
Utility bill and travel pass card with photograph
Utility bill and foreign national identity card
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