GB Plates

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  1. Ninovan

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    Sorry, daft question! Having a senior moment. Soon going to France. If you have euro style number plates with GB on them, do you still need the black & white stick on ones? Thanks.
     
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    no you are sorted (y)
     
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    No, all sorted :)
     
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    As above ,job done lol
     
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    Thanks guys. Feel embarrassed now! :oops:
     
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    Haha, in the words of Monty Python, Stone Him :rofl::moon2:

     
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    Its got to be better to ask, than get to the port and then realise, or have an issue with the French gendarmerie, then you would feel a lot dafter..

    Right what's the next thing you might not have?

    Passport :D
     
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    But if you go into Switzerland you will need the old style sticker. It's an EU thing.
     
  9. Bertie Bassett

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    Have to say I've never had a problem with the EU number plates in Switzerland. As long as you have bought the vignette they don't seem to pay too much attention.
     
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    Us the same but technically they could insist. I can see why they wouldn't bother though :)
     
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