Fooling the Police in China with fake License-plate Numbers

Published on April 1, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter

fake License-plate Numbers China

Chinese motorist hate to get a fine. Most fines are administered fully automatic when drivers are caught by speed and other traffic camera’s. Changing a license-plate therefore makes a lotta sense. Some drivers use toothpaste, others use sanitary napkins, and now something new has hit the market: fake license-plate-number stickers that can be placed over the original.

fake License-plate Numbers China

The stickers can be bought at car markets for as little as 5 yuan each. The standard traffic-fine in China is 200 yuan (32 USD). The penalty for using the stickers however is much higher: up to 15 days in jail, an 1800 yuan fine, and the driver’s driving license will be revoked. Police is on the watch. Still, for many it is worth a try…

fake License-plate Numbers China

6 became a 9.

fake License-plate Numbers China

As real as it can be.

fake License-plate Numbers China

Got ya’.

fake License-plate Numbers China

Via: jjxw, cnhubei.


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  1. kael- April 1, 2012 Reply

    where to get dude ? i need this one for my GF , she loves to speed up on the highway..

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