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<h1>Europlate</h1>
 
<p>Europlate is a worldwide organisation of license plate hobbyists. We collect, photograph, document, and research motor vehicle registration plates around the globe. Our work is published in our quarterly printed magazine and in the Registration Plates of the World section of this website.</p>
 
<h2>Newsletter</h2>
 
<p>Europlate publishes four newsletters per year. Each edition usually contains over thirty A4 pages, four of which are in full colour.</p>
 
<h2>How to Join or Renew</h2>
 
<p>Individual memberships include our quarterly newsletter (in print or PDF), unlimited access to Registration Plates of the World for one user, and the opportunity to participate in our biennial convention.</p>
 
<p>Corporate members receive unlimited access to Registration Plates of the World for multiple users, but no printed newsletter.</p>
 
<p>Membership is payable on a calendar year basis. To join or renew, select the rate appropriate to you, in the table below.</p>
 
<h3>Membership Fees</h3>
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
!rowspan="2"|Location
 
!colspan="2"|Individual
 
!rowspan="2"|Corporate
 
|-
 
!Print Newsletter
 
!PDF Newsletter
 
|-
 
!United Kingdom (incl I.o.M & C.I.)
 
|£20
 
|rowspan="3"|£14
 
|£25
 
|-
 
!Europe
 
|£30
 
|rowspan="2"|£30
 
|-
 
!Elsewhere
 
|£34
 
|}
 
<p>To address the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), we have a Privacy Policy.</p>
 
<h2>About Us</h2>
 
<p>Europlate is the trading name of the European Registration Plate Association which was formed in 1972 to cater for those who collect, or are otherwise interested in, vehicle registration plates.</p>
 
<p>Registration Plates of the World, our flagship project, is our online reference guide. It includes details of all motor vehicle registration plates to be seen on the roads of the world today, and a summary of many plates that are now obsolete. There are over 400 jurisdictions, 800 pages, and 7,000 photographs. Prior to going online, it was published in print from 1968 to 2004. Access is open only to Europlate members.</p>
 
<p>Europlate Membership is recommended for those interested in keeping up to date with all the latest information both in our newsletters and via our online website.</p>
 
<h2>Questions?</h2>
 
<p>Please feel free to contact us at enquiries@europlate.org</p>
 
<h2>Officers and Committee</h2>
 
<p>The following are the current officers and members of Europlate’s executive committee:</p>
 
<ul>
 
<li>President: Alexander Kavka (Luxembourg)</li>
 
<li>Treasurer: Ian Drake (U.K.)</li>
 
<li>Editor: Antonio Barragán (Spain), C/. Francia 8, Portal 9, 4º D, Pozuelo de Alarcón, E-28224 Madrid</li>
 
<li>Member for U.K.: Vic Brumby (U.K.)</li>
 
<li>Member for Australasia: Chris Harris (Australia)</li>
 
<li>Member for Europe: John Weeks (U.K.)</li>
 
<li>Member for the Americas: Dave Fraser (Canada)</li>
 
</ul>
 
<h2>Registration Plates of the World</h2>
 
 
<p>(Open to current members.)</p>
 
<p>(Open to current members.)</p>
 
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