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    Craig
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    I’m interested to know how many people have bought a heritage plate from interstate as an investment?  Does it torment you knowing the plates are not able to be attached to your vehicle?

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    jedimastr
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    don’t know about the rules in your state, but I’m pretty sure in WA if you dont have a licenced car to attach a number plate to then you have to hand it into the licencing centre for holding. I’d be interested to know if that is true not just here but anywhere??

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    Craig
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    In Queensland, other than the original purchase price (or the transfer fee if you buy an existing plate), you retain ownership of the plate, the right to display the plates on a Qld registered car, and the physical possession of the plates even if they aren’t attached to a car. No annual fees either.

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    jedimastr
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    yeah I’m sure you still have ownership of the plate here but if you dont have a car to display the plate then you have to hand it in for them to hold.

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