3D number plates are a popular and stylish addition to any vehicle. In this article, we'll explore everything you need to know about 3D plates, their legality, pricing, and how they're designed and made for UK cars, vans, trailers, SUVs, 4x4s, and other vehicles.
What Are 3D Plates?
3D plates are number plates with a three-dimensional appearance, achieved by using a high-quality, long-lasting resin applied on top of 3D letters. This creates a specialist gel finish that gives the plates a unique, eye-catching look.
Yes, 3D number plates are fully legal and will pass an MOT if they meet the specifications outlined.
How are 3D number plates made?
3D number plates are made in four simple steps:
Choose your design using the online ordering form.
Produce a standard number plate as a guide for your 3D letters.
Install your digits using an industrial-strength adhesive.
Finish with a quality resin, dry, and quality check upon completion.
3D plates are an excellent way to personalize your vehicle without breaking the bank. By ensuring that they adhere to the legal requirements set by the DVLA, you can enjoy a unique and stylish addition to your car, van, or any other vehicle.