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I had a number plate made at halfords once for the trailer, and they got the letters spaced all wrong... It sghould've been "T416 BSA". It looked like this - "T 41 6 BS A". They wouldn't accept that I thought it looked crap! Eventually got it re-made and they "threw in" a number plate fixing kit for free Latest pair of plates I got were mail order (all legit BTW) and cost 15 for the pair delivered

Delta i know what you mean about those sticky mirrir pads - when we moved recently we left 3 mirries behind as I cracked one of them trying to remove it! Although not exposed to the elements they have been used in a bathroom with higher humidity so i suspect they'll be OK on the car. But the vibration and variable temperatures and conditions are not exactly bathroom like, granted!

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