Different Rules for Different Motorcycle Plates
There are different rules for motorcycle plates. It all just depends on when you got them. If they are before 1973, then you are allowed to have the plates that were offered then. If it is between 1973 and Sept 2001, then the numbers and characters are a different size. There is yet another rule for plates that were gotten after Sept of 2001. Thankfully, I don’t have to concern myself with any of that because I always get my plates from https://www.theplateman.net/replacement-number-plates/. I discovered this site several years ago when I had to get replacement plates for my mum.
I handle everything for her like that, but I was out of town for nearly two months on a work assignment overseas. I did not want her to have to deal with this, so I looked online to see if I could find a company that has people running errands for others. What I found was even better. I found a company that eliminates that middle man altogether. The Plate Man designs and delivers the plate, and I was able to handle everything else right there on the website.
That was my first experience with the website, but it was not my last. When I got home, I wanted to get new plates for my motorcycle. I had already researched this site about motorcycle plates, which is how I knew about the different eras for bike plates. It was easy for me to order my own plates even with all the different rules. Like I said, I did not have to concern myself with that because the people who work at The Plate Man know the rules and make sure the plates they create for the road are legal. I wish everything in life was as easy as it is to order new or replacement plates!