Special number plates are something highly sought after by people regardless where you come from, and Malaysia is no exception.
This time round, there’s a new one from Yayasan Modal Insan Harta, and it’s something all young adults or whoever’s into online gaming would understand! And appreciate!
Yayasan Modal Insan Harta just released the ‘GG’ number plates which stands for ‘Great Generation’. I’m sure most of us prefer the usual slang we all know and love – Good Game!
The series starting from GG 1 to GG 9999 will be available for bidding starting February 1. The minimum bidding price has yet to be set. We will keep the post updated once it’s released!
Last year September, G series number plates were released by Lee Chong Wei foundation. According to PaulTan.org, the G 1 to G 9999 number plate series was up for bidding and the most expensive one, G 1, was set at a minimum starting bid of a whopping RM500,000! Even the cheapest G series number plate, known as ordinary numbers, had a starting bid of RM2,500. The ordinary numbers consisted of varying numbers
you don’t typically prefer, e.g. 3568, 9108.
Now, we’re excited to see how much this GG series’ start bid will be! Something tells me it will equally make our bank accounts GG.
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