Sign on the rear, to the right of the centre line, between 0.9m and 1.5m from the ground.Check out the regulations for the placing of these signs. I recall some while back seeing figures of measurement for height above ground and distance from front of van and distance from UK offside on rear of van.
What if you don’t licence through Swansea or have a V5?For anyone wondering how the French will know the weight of your van, with or without a sticker, the police in the EU still have access to the DVLA computer system to find owners and vehicle details. Plus, if they pull you over they can ask to see your V5 doc. You are supposed to have that with you too!
They DO have access to the data! It’s the police in each country, NOT the EU and they kept the access for cross border security issues. Presumably the IOM is included because they come under UK international treaties legislation.You can have all the reg docs and VIN plates in the world, but if the EU can't or don't have access to data where your vehicle is registered, they won't be finding anything out, obviously not including if you are pulled over. But that clearly wasn't the point.
Does the EU have access to say, Isle of Man registrations? Not in UK or EU.
Yes, I would imagine that is the case, but don't know for sure though. Guess we'll find outThey DO have access to the data! It’s the police in each country, NOT the EU and they kept the access for cross border security issues. Presumably the IOM is included because they come under UK international treaties legislation.