Buckinghamshire CC ANPR cameras
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Tue Feb 7 16:48:18 GMT 2012
In article <4F314F26.8020409 at iosis.co.uk>, Peter Tomlinson
<pwt at iosis.co.uk> writes
>Mysteriously, on the motorways I have seen very few illegal plates...
The only time my numberplate was challenged was when pulled over on a
motorway specifically to check it (they said). Luckily I'd recently been
reading some geekish stuff  about the spacing of numberplates, and
was confident it was legal (and not just that, spaced completely
normally without even trying to bend the rules).
They seemed a bit peeved, but the kerning on the number I have does
make it look rather more spaced out than it would be with different
 Or more exactly the lack of it, as decreed in the regulations.
 Currently V796.
 61mm per letter, with an extra 20mm between the two halves.
 No idea where this comes from, it's not sufficiently close to 2.5"
for example, and if metric why not 60mm?
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