RiK wrote:Huge difference between bikes with tiny plates which are unreadable from a distance (and from anpr cameras) vs a bit of creative spacing which is still perfectly readable from the same distance as a regulation plate too...
Something of a difference between this:
EDIT: Posted in the same time as Horse.
None what so ever. Both illegal. One on spacing and missing information (so not to the standard required), the other too small as well (there are plenty of bikes get done with much larger plates than that). And that's the point I'm making, but failing to get across
. If you are going to advocate advanced driving/riding then you yourself need to be squeeky clean. Those young drivers you are trying to attract will bend the rules as far as they can. "It's only a bit of window film". "It's only just touching the arches"
NB. For clarity I see no point/justification in silly small plates on bikes, and my comments are not to justify their use, but to draw a parallel.