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Aug 09

Posts: 41

wrenthamtown says:

Where do u put the GB sticker ?

I have a sportsbike and am going through france im required to have a gb sticker where am I to stick it ? I have no panniers or tox box, ??


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Mar 09

Posts: 8892

jaffa90 says:


How big/small is the sticker?

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Sep 07

Posts: 63

Squashed_Fly says:


A question like that is just asking for lots of sarcastic answers? lol :tongue:

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Apr 09

Posts: 58

TheRedBarron says:

GB Sticker

You do not need a GB sticker if you have the Euro emblem on your number plate already, which most new number plates carry as standard.

If you do not have a Euro emblem, then put your GB sticker on the rear of the bike close to the number plate.  As you don't have panniers, then you will need to find some where on the rear of the bike to mount it.  If you have a rucksack or other luggage system, stick it to that

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Jan 11

Posts: 187

countryrider says:

When I toured

I had it stuck on my dry bag which was strapped on the pillion seat. It fell off after a day and I never got pulled for it. Just for speeding in germany!:ph43r:

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Sep 11

Posts: 48

RoadTrekker says:

GB where?

In most European countries it is law to have a sticker with your country or origin on the rear of the bike/car next to the number plate. Normally you will have GB sticker on all new number plates anyway so thats all you need. But if you do not have one and get stopped then this will only aggrevate the situation and the police might start to examine your bike very closely for EU conformaty. Austria is very strong on this and the fines are high with possible impounding. Just make a small metal plate and mount it on that, you can take it off when you get home, do not put it on removable loose bags as it can get hidden or ripped off. The GB sticker has to meet a minimium size to be legal.

Ride asfe and legal then you are ridding relaxed.:ph43r:

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Oct 11

Posts: 157

Lil125Guy says:

Back of helmet?

Just an idea :ph43r:

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