The weirdest and most fantastic car number plates captured on Malaysian roads
According to TheStar on 9 November 2009, the most expensive number plate in the country is for a vehicle registered in Terengganu but owned by a businessman in Johor Bahru. The number TAN 1 went for a pricely sum of RM200,090.
So, there you go TAN 1 spotted on the road!!
Cars with single digit is quite common nowadays:
Single alphabet is extremely rare:
I haven't seen "Z" for passenger vehicles in my life:
(Z is usually used by the military)
I don't think I would ever want this plate:
4 in Chinese means "DIE"... so 4 times of death...
To me, this looks like PENIS
Photos courtesy of SSC forumers cooltemper, sze hoong and hetfield85.