Dubai man buys car number plate for Rs 70 crore, sets world record

A number plate was sold at Dubai’s first ‘Most Noble Numbers’ charity auction for an astonishing 3.5 million Dirhum. This is approximately Rs 70 crore. is the third most expensive number plate in the world. Dubai charity auction sold special car plates numbers and mobile numbers.

This number plate, which is extremely expensive, was auctioned at the charity auction ‘Most Noble Numbers. Proceeds will go to One Billion Meals. The auction was organized by Emirates Auction in partnership with Etisalat and Roads and Transport Authority of Dubai (RTA) and provided 53 million additional meals for the hungry.

A double-digit Dubai car number plate, ‘F55’ was one of the many items that were sold during the auction. It sold for Dh4million (more than Rs 8.23 million). V66, another car plate was also sold at the auction for Dh4million. Y66 went for Dh3.8million (more than Rs 7.91crore).

A single-digit number, AA9, was offered for Dh38million (around Rs. 79 crore) earlier last year. Raked Dh53million (around Rs. This auction was for “1 billion miles” and raised Dh53 million (around Rs.

A Chandigarh-based Honda Activa owner paid more than Rs 15 Lakh to purchase a super VIP ‘0001 number plate. Brij Mohan, 42 years old, was the man responsible for this bold purchase. This number was won at a Chandigarh Registering and Licensing Authority auction.

According to reports, Chandigarh Registering and Licensing Authority put 378 fancy registration number up for auction and raised Rs 1.5 million. At a price base of Rs 500k, the ‘CH01- CJ0001’ was offered for auction and sold at Rs 15.44 million.

Brij Mohan purchased this number plate in order to save it for his future car, which he plans to purchase during Diwali 2022.

Manohar Lal Khattar, Haryana Chief Minister, recently announced that the government would auction ‘0001 number plates for common citizens to raise additional revenue for the state.

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Conclusion

Dubai’s first ‘Most Noble Numbers’ charity auction provided 53 million additional meals for the hungry and raised Dh53 million (around Rs. 79 crore). A double-digit Dubai car number plate, ‘F55’ was one of the many items that were sold during the auction. It sold for