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Short of prying the plates off cars parked along the Champs-Élysées (and we certainly wouldn't condone that), Euro plates are a small piece of Europe everyone can enjoy, whether you're from Paris, Prague or Pascoe Vale. And best of all, they won't require any translation.
Each plate is painstakingly hammered out to look identical to those found throughout the European Union. This means they fit beautifully into the larger number plate areas found on European cars. Your car's designer can also sleep easier, cosily tucked in at home, knowing their original vision of your car is being realised.
There are two types of Euro plates; Euro and Euro Premium. Euro plates consist of a V followed by two letters and three numbers, where as Euro Premium allows you to customise the content of your Euro plate, eg V AUDI.