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    Hi all

    Someone not too long ago posted something about what the law states regarding number plates on a vehicle.
    I have searched and even got our Dirk to search and cant find it.....

    Something about act what what of some year stating what identification a motor vehicle had to comply by.

    Can anyone remember?
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    Depends what province you are in - they all have different laws, specifically pertaining to colours
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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonB View Post
    Depends what province you are in - they all have different laws, specifically pertaining to colours
    But they all have to comply to SABS standards. I will speak to one of my colleagues and see if i can post it here.

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    Default Extract from NRTA regulations, 2000

    27. Licence mark and licence number system
    (1) The MEC of each province shall, subject to subregulation (2), by notice in the Provincial Gazette, determine a licence mark for the province concerned.
    (2) (a) The MEC of a province shall by notice in the Provincial Gazette—
    (i) allocate a licence mark to every registering authority in the province concerned, which licence mark shall consist of a combination of letters; or
    (ii) establish a licence number system for the province concerned which licence number system shall consist of three letters, three figures, and the licence mark of the province concerned, referred to in sub-regulation (1): Provided that vowels and the letter “Q” shall not be used and the first letter shall not be the letter “G”.
    (b) The MEC concerned may, subject to regulation 35, by notice in the Provincial Gazette determine a logo or landscape, a letter type, a colour for the letters and figures, and the colour of the retro-reflective surface to be displayed on a number plate, denoting the province concerned.
    (bA) The MEC for the Free State Province may, notwithstanding the provisions of regulation 35, determine, in the Provincial Gazette, the type of number plate to be used to display a licence number of a motor vehicle licenced in the Free State Province.
    [Para. (bA) inserted by r. 2, GNR.779 w.e.f. 4 June 2002.]
    (3) Every motor vehicle licensed in a province shall be allocated with a licence number and such licence number shall, subject to subregulation (5) and regulation 28, consist of the licence mark referred to in subregulation (2) (a) (i) and figures, or the letters and figures allocated from the licence number system referred to in subregulation (2) (a) (ii).
    (4) The MEC may, by way of notice in the Provincial Gazette, allocate a new licence mark to any registering authority or establish a new licence number system for the province concerned.
    (5) The licence number of a motor vehicle—
    (a) the owner of which is a department of State, may consist of—
    (i) the licence number allocated to the vehicle upon licensing thereof;
    (ii) the letter G followed by two letters, three figures, and the letter G; or
    (iii) any other licence number determined by the chief executive officer by notice in the Gazette;
    (b) the owner of which is the South African Police Service, may consist of three letters, three figures, followed by the letter B;
    (c) set aside for use by the King of the Zulu Nation, shall consist of the letters ZK followed by figures.
    (d) the owner of which is—
    (i) a foreign government, diplomat representing a foreign government, an international or inter-governmental organisation;
    (ii) a member of staff or suite of such government or organisation; or
    (iii) any other person or class of person determined by the Minister of Foreign Affairs,
    shall consist of such letters and figures as are determined by the Director-General: Department of Foreign Affairs but shall end in the letter “D”.
    28. Personalised licence number system
    (1) The MEC may by notice in the Provincial Gazette establish a personalised licence number system for the province concerned.
    (2) The provisions of the Act which are applicable to licence numbers shall mutatis mutandis be applicable to personalised licence numbers.
    (3) Personalised licence numbers shall, notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in these regulations be issued to a person upon application and subject to such conditions and upon payment of such fees or charges as are determined by the MEC of the province concerned.
    (4) The MEC concerned may, subject to regulation 35, by notice in the Provincial Gazette determine a logo or landscape, a letter type, a colour for the letters and figures, and the colour of the retro-reflective surface to be displayed on a number plate denoting the personalised licence numbers of the province concerned.
    (4A) Notwithstanding the provisions of regulation 35, the MEC for the Free State Province may by notice in the Provincial Gazette determine the type of number plate to be used to display a personalized number of a motor vehicle licenced in the Free State Province.
    [Sub-r. (4A) inserted by r. 3, GNR.779 w.e.f. 4 June 2002.]
    (5) The person referred to in subregulation (3) may apply to the appropriate registering authority for the allocation of the personalised licence number issued under subregulation (3), to a motor vehicle of which he or she is the owner.
    28A. Cancellation of personalised licence number
    (1) Whenever the holder of a personalised licence number has, in the opinion of the MEC concerned, contravened a condition referred to in regulation 28 (3), such MEC may cancel such number.
    (2) If a personalised licence number referred to in subregulation (1) has been cancelled, the holder of such number shall forthwith surrender the personalised licence number plates and the documentation required by the MEC concerned, to that MEC.
    (3) If the holder of a personalised licence number no longer requires such number, such holder shall forthwith apply to the MEC concerned for the cancellation of such personalised licence number and such application shall be accompanied by the personalised licence number plates and the documentation required by the MEC concerned.
    (4) On receipt of the application referred to in subregulation (3), the MEC—
    (a) shall cancel the personalised licence number;
    (b) may deface or destroy the documentation and personalised licence number plates; and
    (c) shall update the particulars pertaining to the personalised licence number in the register of motor vehicles.
    [Reg. 28A inserted by r. 12, GNR. 2116 w.e.f. 5 October 2001.]
    29. MEC may change allocated licence number
    (1) The MEC concerned may, upon the conditions he or she determines change the licence number allocated to a motor vehicle.
    (2) The MEC concerned may, subject to such conditions as he or she may determine, on application and upon payment of such fees or charges as he or she may determine, change the licence number allocated to a motor vehicle.
    30. Motor vehicle licence assessment
    (1) (a) If the MEC concerned deems it expedient, he or she may forward a motor vehicle licence assessment to the residential or postal address of the owner of the motor vehicle, on form MVL2 as shown in Schedule 2, for the licensing of such motor vehicle.
    (b) In the event that the MEC deems it expedient to forward a motor vehicle licence assessment and such assessment is not received by the owner of the vehicle, that owner shall in any event be liable for the timeous licensing of the motor vehicle concerned.
    (2) The owner may submit the assessment referred to in subregulation (1) to the appropriate registering authority, and such submission shall serve as an application for the licensing of the motor vehicle concerned.
    (3) The application referred to in subregulation (2) shall be accompanied by—
    (a) the appropriate motor vehicle licence fees as determined by the MEC of the province concerned;
    (b) if applicable, the penalties and arrear licence fees referred to in regulations 57 and 59; and
    (c) if required in terms of regulation 138 (1), certification of road-worthiness.
    (4) If the owner did not receive the motor vehicle licence assessment referred to in subregulation (1), such owner shall apply for the licensing of the motor vehicle in the manner referred to in regulation 24.
    (5) On receipt of an application referred to in subregulation (2), the registering authority shall licence the motor vehicle in the manner contemplated in regulation 25 (2).
    (6) If a motor vehicle is required to be licensed in terms of this Part, and an application for such licence is not received, the registering authority may, within three months from the date of liability for licensing of the motor vehicle, referred to in regulation 23, forward a notice of the failure to apply for the licensing of such motor vehicle, on form NL as shown in Schedule 2, to the owner of such motor vehicle and a copy thereof to the title holder of such motor vehicle, and such notice may again be forwarded within six months after the first notice.
    31. Additional requirements for application for licensing in the case of alteration or reconstruction of registered motor vehicle
    (1) When a motor vehicle is altered or reconstructed in such a manner and to such an extent that the motor vehicle licence or licence disc issued in respect of such motor vehicle no longer correctly describes such vehicle, such licence and licence disc shall become null and void on the date of the completion of such alteration or reconstruction and liability for the licensing of such motor vehicle shall arise on that date.
    (2) An application for the licensing of a motor vehicle referred to in subregulation (1), shall be made in terms of regulation 24, and in addition to the requirements and documents referred to in that regulation, be accompanied by—
    (a) certification of roadworthiness;
    (b) a mass measuring certificate obtained in the manner referred to in regulation 66;
    (c) if required by the MEC concerned, a South African Police Service Clearance of the motor vehicle concerned.
    (3) The registering authority shall notify the title holder of a motor vehicle of any reconstruction or alteration of such motor vehicle on form ARN as shown in Schedule 2.
    32. Procedure on change of appropriate registering authority due to owner moving
    If the address of the owner of a motor vehicle changes and the registering authority at whose office such motor vehicle is licensed, is no longer the appropriate registering authority due to such change, such owner shall be liable to apply for the licensing of such motor vehicle in the manner referred to in regulation 24 to the new appropriate registering authority on the date of expiry of the licence of such motor vehicle as contemplated in regulation 26.
    33. Procedure on re-defining of area of registering authority
    If a registering authority becomes the new registering authority of an area previously under the jurisdiction of another registering authority, every owner of a licensed motor vehicle for whom such new registering authority becomes the appropriate registering authority, shall, if such motor vehicle is not licensed with such new registering authority, be liable to apply to the new registering authority for the licensing of such motor vehicle in the manner referred to in regulation 24, and on the date referred to in regulation 23 (1) (e).
    34. Procedure on change of licence mark of registering authority or licence number system of province
    (1) If the MEC of a province allocates a new licence mark to a registering authority or establishes a licence number system for a province, in terms of regulation 27 (4), the owner of a motor vehicle licensed at such registering authority shall be liable to apply in the manner referred to in regulation 24 for the licensing of such motor vehicle to such registering authority on the date referred to in regulation 23 (1) (e).
    (2) The MEC concerned may by notice in the Provincial Gazette extend the date referred to in subregulation (1).
    35. Display of licence number
    (1) The licence number of a motor vehicle shall be displayed on a plate, to be referred to as a number plate and which complies with standard specification SABS 1116: “Retro-reflective Registration Plates for Motor Vehicles”, Part 2: “Registration plates (metal)” or Part 4: “Registration plates (plastic)”.
    [Sub-reg. (1) substituted by R.17 (a), GNR.1341 w.e.f. 25 September 2003.]
    (2) The number plate referred to in subregulation (1)—
    (a) shall bear a certification mark as shown in the standard specifications referred to in subregulation (1);
    [Editorial Note: Para. (a) to be amended by s. 9 (a) of GNR.404 of 2007 with effect from a date to be determined by the President by proclamation in the Gazette – date not determined.]
    (a) shall bear a certification mark;
    [Para. (a) substituted by GNR.404 of 2007.]
    (b) shall have a yellow or white retro-reflective surface;
    (c) shall have black, dark blue, dark red, or dark green letters and figures, but shall display only black letters and figures in the case of a yellow retro-reflective surface;
    [Para. (c) substituted by GNR.404 of 2007.]
    (d) may display a logo or landscape if it appears on a white retro-reflective surface; and
    (e) shall be clearly legible and visible.
    (3) The letters and figures on a number plate shall be arranged—
    (a) with all the letters and figures in one line; or
    (b) with the letters preceding the figures in one line and immediately thereunder, the figures and, if applicable, the last letter in one line;
    (c) with all the letters and figures and the logo or landscape in one line; or
    (d) with the letters or the figures and the logo or landscape in one line, and immediately thereunder—
    (i) the figures and letters;
    (ii) the letters and letters; or
    (iii) the letters and figures,
    and, if applicable, immediately thereunder, the letters in one line.
    (4) Subject to the standard specification referred to in subregulation (1), the MEC concerned may, on application in writing and upon payment of the applicable fee, if any, approve the display on number plates of letters and figures of 60 millimetres on the rear of motor vehicles which has illuminated space at the rear which is too small to permit the attachment of number plates with letters or figures of 75 millimetres.
    (5) The owner of a motor vehicle shall cause the number plate of such motor vehicle to be affixed thereto, from the date of licensing of such motor vehicle, in the manner referred to in subregulation (7), whether or not such motor vehicle is operated on a public road: Provided that the provisions of this subregulation shall not apply in respect of a number plate which is removed from such motor vehicle for the purpose of effecting repairs to such motor vehicle or number plate, and while such motor vehicle is not operated on a public road.
    (6) No person shall operate on a public road a motor vehicle—
    (a) on which a licence number or anything purporting to be a licence number, which is not applicable to such vehicle, is displayed;
    (b) of which the licence number is in any way obscured or has become illegible, except if such licence number is temporarily obscured or illegible by reason of a cause beyond the control of the driver of such motor vehicle;
    (c) while, subject to subregulation (2)—
    (i) any design appears on the number plate or if such plate is fitted to a number plate holder, on such holder; and
    (ii) there appears within 150 millimetres of the licence number applicable to such motor vehicle, a design, ornamentation, figure or letter which is not a component part of the standard equipment or construction of that motor vehicle:
    Provided that the provisions of this paragraph shall not apply to a distinguishing sign of the country of registration affixed in terms of the Convention, or to a logo or landscape determined by the MEC concerned;
    (d) which, if such motor vehicle is deemed to be registered and licensed by reason of it being registered or licensed in a prescribed territory, does not comply with the legislation of that prescribed territory relating to the registration and licensing of motor vehicles and matters in connection therewith;
    (e) which is registered in a prescribed territory, other than the Republic of Namibia, without displaying the distinguishing sign of the country of registration allocated in terms of the Convention;
    ( f ) if such vehicle is registered in the Republic and displays thereon a distinguishing sign other than the distinguishing sign allocated to the Republic in terms of the Convention, or other than a logo or landscape determined by the MEC concerned;
    (g) in or on which a number plate is carried on which a licence number appears which is not applicable to such motor vehicle or anything purporting to be a licence number, unless he or she provides evidence that such plate was not carried with criminal intent;
    [Para. (g) amended by R.13 (a), GNR.2116 w.e.f. 5 October 2001.]
    (h) registered in the Republic, if each number plate, which complies with subregulations (1), (2) and (3), displayed on the motor vehicle does not display the same licence number, letter type, colours, and logo or landscape;
    [Para. (h) amended by R.13 (b), GNR.2116 w.e.f. 5 October 2001.]
    (i) on which a number plate is displayed that does not comply with standard specification SABS 1116: “Retro-reflective Registration Plates for Motor Vehicles”, Part 2: “Registration plates (metal)” or Part 4: “Registration plates (plastic)”.
    [Para. (i) substituted by R.17 (b), GNR.1341 w.e.f. 25 September 2003.]
    (7) A number plate shall be affixed—
    (a) in such a manner that it is not easily detachable;
    (b) in an upright position or within 30 degrees of such position;
    [Para. (b) amended by R.17 (c), G.N.R.1341 w.e.f. 25 September 2003.]
    (c) in such a manner that each letter and figure thereon is clearly legible;
    (d) in such a manner that the whole number plate is clearly visible;
    (e) to the back of a motor cycle, motor tricycle, motor quadrucycle or trailer; and
    ( f ) one to the back and one to the front of all other motor vehicles.
    Provided that no person shall operate on a public road a motor vehicle first registered on or after 1 January 2009, unless the number plate fixed to such motor vehicle is affixed within 20 millimetres from the edges by means of 4 millimetres rivets or 4 millimetres one-way self screws
    [Sub-reg. (7) amended by GNR.404 of 2007.]
    (8) A number plate shall, in the case of—
    (a) a double-deck bus of which the engine is at the rear, be affixed not higher than one comma nine metres from ground level; or
    (b) any other motor vehicle, be affixed not higher than one comma five metres from ground level.
    (9) The provisions of subregulation (7) in relation to legibility and visibility of a number plate which is affixed to the back of a motor vehicle, shall not apply to a motor vehicle which is towing another vehicle.
    (10) Any person in possession of a number plate which is not applicable to any motor vehicle of which he or she is the title holder or owner, shall destroy such number plate, unless such possession is within his or her cause and scope of employment.
    Provided that notwithstanding the provisions of this regulation, no person shall operate on a public road a motor vehicle first registered on or after 1 January 2010, unless such motor vehicle is fitted with a 520 - 113 or 250 - 205 or 250 -165 size number plate.
    [Sub-reg. (10) inserted by GNR.404 of 2007.]

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    The spec number is SANS 1116 and anyone is free to peruse it at any SABS office.

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    I wanted to get new plates for Pumba with dark green lettering and was told that it was illegal in the WC.

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    (c) shall have black, dark blue, dark red, or dark green letters and figures, but shall display only black letters and figures in the case of a yellow retro-reflective surface;
    If all provinces have to comply with SABS standards as you said Andre then how come I was told Dark Green was illegal?
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    Each province may make certain changes.

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    Simon

    The SABS (now SANS) standard that Andre refers to will specify the material, reflectiveness, etc the number must be designed to.

    In the Regulation (see my extract), reg 27 (2)(b) authority is given to the MEC of each province to decide on certain aspects of the numebr plate, amongst others the colour of lettering.

    "(b) The MEC concerned may, subject to regulation 35, by notice in the Provincial Gazette determine a logo or landscape, a letter type, a colour for the letters and figures, and the colour of the retro-reflective surface to be displayed on a number plate, denoting the province concerned"

    I'm not sure what the WC MEC decided on, when I go down there I only see GP plates! and up here we push WP plates of the road so quickly - they drive to slow ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonB View Post
    I wanted to get new plates for Pumba with dark green lettering and was told that it was illegal in the WC.

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    If all provinces have to comply with SABS standards as you said Andre then how come I was told Dark Green was illegal?
    SimonB

    The problem is the following. There is a national act, and provincial act. The different provincial MEC's, can make there own rules, irrespective of the "national Act" The SABS standards, is merely the "guide", and does not constitute the act. It is for this reason, that there is such chaos in the transport sector, as there is no unified front. Each Minister , NAtional and provincial have there own agenda's.

    27. Licence mark and licence number system
    (1) The MEC of each province shall, subject to subregulation (2), by notice in the Provincial Gazette, determine a licence mark for the province concerned.

    The problem is regulation 27

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    So can anyone tell me what the actual law states for the WC? Not that I don't believe the guy at the number plate place. I just want to check
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    Simon

    There is no "law" for WC. Just a notice in terms of 27 2 b; and to find those are a mission. If the WP plates that you generally see on the road are blue on white, then thats it (writing's on the wall).

    Do anyone from WC recall when they started seeing the "new" plates? (I know you guys were a bit slower than us in changing over) I will see if I can find it if I know more or less which year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by td54x4 View Post
    (7) A number plate shall be affixed—
    (a) in such a manner that it is not easily detachable;
    (b) in an upright position or within 30 degrees of such position;
    [Para. (b) amended by R.17 (c), G.N.R.1341 w.e.f. 25 September 2003.]
    (c) in such a manner that each letter and figure thereon is clearly legible;
    (d) in such a manner that the whole number plate is clearly visible;
    (e) to the back of a motor cycle, motor tricycle, motor quadrucycle or trailer; and
    ( f ) one to the back and one to the front of all other motor vehicles.

    Thanks for that Info TD5 4x4. Just what I was looking for (damm) as I got a small fine for not displaying a number plate in front...... Slim vang sy baas...8)

    I seemed to remember someone posting something about the act being able to be read in a "different" way that one could get away with only one plate, which deffinatly does not seem to be the case.

    Anyways, thanks again.
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    Hi,

    Anybody have the dimensions of numberplates handy? the legal ones...

    Thanks

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    I assume you were pulled over and fined?

    Wait a week or so before you go pay. Go see the prosecutor, give him/her your soppy story as to how it fell off and how unreasonable the traffic officer was when you explained that you didn't know it fell off along the way, and you actually later went back and looked for it and found it, and put it back. You might get a discount;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonB View Post
    So can anyone tell me what the actual law states for the WC? Not that I don't believe the guy at the number plate place. I just want to check
    Simon

    Had a look around. Very few provincial gazette notices in e-format around. Did not find the one about WC number plates. If you're serious about checking, you would have to contact the office of the Provincial gazette in WC and obtain a hard copy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by td54x4 View Post
    Simon

    There is no "law" for WC. Just a notice in terms of 27 2 b; and to find those are a mission. If the WP plates that you generally see on the road are blue on white, then thats it (writing's on the wall).
    I have seen blue on white plates in the WC (very few though unless you included geepee plates). Mainly black...

    I just want dark green.
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    If some are black on white and some blue on white, then it's probably worthwhile to investigate it with WC Dept of Transport, maybe you could get green on white, who knows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derren View Post
    Hi,

    Anybody have the dimensions of numberplates handy? the legal ones...

    Thanks
    Derren; I had a look through the NRTA and Regulation. No luck. Must be contained in the SANS standard referred to earlier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by td54x4 View Post
    Derren; I had a look through the NRTA and Regulation. No luck. Must be contained in the SANS standard referred to earlier.
    Thanks

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