Why do some vehicles have a 'Q' registration mark?

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A ‘Q’ registration number is usually assigned to a vehicle by the DVLA when the vehicle's age or identity is unknown. The vehicle may be rebuilt from parts, some of which may not be new. This also applies to vehicles which are imported WITHOUT supporting evidence to identify the vehicles age.

Q registration marks tend to usually be found more often than not on 'kit cars'.

PLEASE NOTE: Q registrations are non-transferable, this means that you cannot transfer a Q registration off the vehicle onto another vehicle, nor can a Q registered vehicle receive a personalised number plate.

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