The plates that will be on Olympic Games gold medals have been the subject of a recent spike in demand, with a survey of the thousands of gold medal-winning Olympic athletes showing that many are also testing their plates to see if they have been approved for the Olympic Games.
“It’s an industry where there’s a lot of confusion and a lot people are being told to do things that aren’t necessarily right,” said David Taylor, a senior analyst with the US Sport License Plate Industry Association (USSLIA), who has studied the plate tout phenomenon.
The plates themselves have not been tested and validated, so there’s no verification.” “
People need to know what they’re getting into, but there’s an enormous amount of confusion.
The plates themselves have not been tested and validated, so there’s no verification.”
Taylor said that while he has seen some plates tout in the US, there are far more plates out there in Europe and North America that have been submitted and approved for use in the Olympic games, which begin on 8 February.
“We’re seeing more and more plates being approved, but we’re not seeing many of the ones that have actually been tested,” he said.
“Some plates are tout-tested, some plates are not, but I think it’s probably more the case in the UK than elsewhere.”
While many Olympic plates will be tout tested, a large percentage of those that have received approval will also be touts.
“I’m not surprised at all that people are looking at their plates and trying to determine whether they should have their plate touted,” Taylor said.
A UK-based plate taker, who wished to remain anonymous, told Business Insider that they were not at all surprised that people were asking for the plates.
“People are trying to do something that they think they’re not supposed to be doing,” the plate maker said.
While there are plenty of ways to get around the licensing process, some of them are easier and less expensive than others, such as a simple email to the Olympic Association.
The plate takers told Business on the Track that many of them were looking for something that was easy and less costly than the usual plate application, such a photo, and the possibility of not getting an official plate touting.
It’s not unusual for a person to apply for the plate in person or via email, the plate makers said.
They said that, even if they were approved, they would not be paid until the plates are sent out, at which point they would have to wait to see what they received.
They also said that some plates may be touted in the wrong area.
“It’s definitely not the same as having the plate approved in the Olympics, but it does mean that the plate isn’t touted,” the source said.
“They can have a tout with their license plate and have it on their car.
Many of the plates that have touts have been tested by the plates agency, the British Motor Vehicle Agency, but the plate testers do not get to test the plates themselves, so they cannot tell whether they are safe to use. “
If it was the same thing as a regular plate application that they had to get a letter to confirm that they’re going to have a plate approved, that would not necessarily be an issue.”
Many of the plates that have touts have been tested by the plates agency, the British Motor Vehicle Agency, but the plate testers do not get to test the plates themselves, so they cannot tell whether they are safe to use.
While the plate-tester’s job is to verify that the plates have been properly touted, the plates testers are not the ones who will have to test and validate the plates, so their job is mostly to find out if they are touts or not.
“You can’t tell if a plate is tout or not,” Taylor added.
There are a number of other methods for verifying a plate, including the use of a license plate scanner or GPS tracking device.
“They’re using those to look at the plate and to see that the tout has been approved,” the plates tester said.
This is why the plate test will likely take place at the end of the Games, as most plate testers will be in the middle of the event, waiting to see how many of their competitors have been tout’d before they can test their plates.
“You have to be there,” the person said.