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And The Success Continues… DVLA Personalised Registrations Celebrate Successful Sale

October 6, 2017

The popularity in personalised registrations shows no signs of abating, if the latest three-day live auction organised by the DVLA is anything to go by.

For the fourth successive live auction of 2017, the Agency recorded a 99 per cent sales conversion from the 1,250 lots on offer and again raised more than £5 million for the Treasury.

The registrations 96 O, 812 S and 1 HSV, which fell under the gavel for £52,500, £45,500 and £41,500 respectively, became the highest priced personalised registrations during the three-day event staged at the Cambridge Belfry Hotel.

With dozens of registrations sold for £10,000-plus, at the other end of the pay scale, scores of personalised registrations sold for their reserves, some as low as £250.

Jody Davies, DVLA Personalised Registrations’ Senior Sales Manager, said: “Once again we have cause to be delighted with another successful three-day live sale with all but a handful of lots being sold and over £5 million raised for the Treasury.  The success is born from the British motorists’  love for personalised registrations which, as we constantly prove, is as strong as ever..”

She added: “We are now firmly focussed on our pre-Christmas live auction which will be held at Wychwood Park, near Crewe from Wednesday, November 22.”

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