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Up & Away reaches a new high with more Mercedes-Benz Vito vans from Rygor Commercials

Monday 29th June 2020

Aircraft cleaning specialist Up & Away Aviation Services flew straight back to Mercedes-Benz Dealer Rygor Commercials after winning a prestigious slice of additional business. The company has purchased another four Vito vans, three of which are being assigned to the…

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Harry Recognised as one of the Top Mercedes-Benz Commercial Vehicle Apprentices in the UK

Wednesday 1st July 2020

We are delighted to announce that one of our extremely talented third year technical apprentices, Harry Frolich, has been revealed as a Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicle Apprentice of the Year finalist. Harry joined Rygor back in 2017 to undertake his apprenticeship,…

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Be one of the first to drive away in a new ‘69 plate Mercedes-Benz van

New 69 Plate

As of 1 September 2019, the brand new ‘69 number plate launched for all new vehicles. If you need to expand your fleet, or upgrade one of your existing vehicles, take advantage of our celebratory September offers on one of the newest vehicles available on the road.

By investing in a new ‘69 plate model, you’re not only driving away one of the latest Mercedes-Benz vans, but your new vehicle will also deliver exceptional savings on fuel efficiency and could be part of our September stock offer event.

With some fantastic offers available now, you can enjoy the very latest vehicles for less and drive away in your new van in under a week!

New 69 Plate

Number plates: all you need to know

Every year, two sets of number plates are brought into circulation, on 1 March and 1 September.

When a vehicle is sold and registered, the number plates accompanying it identify the vehicle and enable you to calculate the age and place of origin of the vehicle.

The first two letters of the number plate are known as the ‘memory tag’ and reflect the origin of first registration, acting as a local identifier. The following two numbers are the ‘age identifier’ and indicate the year – or rather six-month period – in which the vehicle was registered. The final three letters of the number plate are randomly generated.