Date: Sat, 28 Aug 1999 07:57:26 GMT
From: "Reg gie" <>
Subject: Re: Question about "Reg" our UK friends

thomashi <> wrote in message UtGx3.8$ >I was reading a magazine about automobile reliability ratings from UK and I >was curious about something. > >What does it mean, what are the differences between N-reg, P-reg, and so-on. > >Thanks, Tom > The N or P refers to the first letter of the VRM ( Vehicle Registration Mark ) This denotes a vehicles year of manufacture. As a example the registration number of my Saab 9000 is G848 OGP. a G-reg. the year of manufacture being 1990. The prefix for 1991 is H -1992 is J and so on through the alphabet. The letters I and O are not used as these can be confused with numbers. Best wishes from the UK Reg

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