A businessman from the United Arab Emirates has paid three million dollars for the car number

• A businessman from the United Arab Emirates has paid three million dollars for the car number

UAE businessmen definitely know how to stand out from the crowd. More recently it held an auction in which was implemented for the fabulous price for the car registration number. The trick is that it consists of a single digit.

A businessman from the United Arab Emirates has paid three million dollars for the car number A businessman from the United Arab Emirates has paid three million dollars for the car number

We sold more in that year.

Car number is used to identify the driver. However, in addition to practical functions, some drivers do not mind adding a decorative. It's hard not to agree that the same or repeated in a specific order numbers in the phone number or the car call each person a strange delight. When this number by the host car, somewhere deep in the soul begins to shout and dance for joy inner perfectionist with a degree in mathematics.

A businessman from the United Arab Emirates has paid three million dollars for the car number

Maybe that's why in the United Arab Emirates punctually arrange auctions of car numbers, which go under the hammer most unusual and beautiful-indicator signs.

A businessman from the United Arab Emirates has paid three million dollars for the car number

The other day at one of these auctions businessman Ahmed Al Marzouki bought a registration number for 10 million dirhams, that at the current rate compares with 3 million US dollars. On the registration number has just one digit - "2". Entrepreneurs who 23 years old, said he was happy to buy a room with such a figure, because it is very important for the UAE. On December 2, the country celebrates the National Day.

A total of 15 luxury unique registration numbers were sold at auction. For example, "1111" number went to 12-year-old boy, whose father bought the number for 400 thousand dollars. By the way, the event was held in honor of the 60th anniversary of the Abu Dhabi Police, and all the money should go to charity.

A businessman from the United Arab Emirates has paid three million dollars for the car number

A year earlier, in the UAE sold some of the most expensive license plates. Then at a similar auction rooms with numbers it has been implemented, "5" and "1". Both cost the buyer in the amount exceeding five million US dollars.