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Q: How much money does it cost to get a license plate in Shanghai?

Heard it can cost in the tens of thousands of RMB to get a license plate in Shanghai. Any truth to that?

7 years 46 weeks ago in  General  - Shanghai

 
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Somewhere in the 40,000-50,000 rmb range...or about the cost of a small Chinese made car.

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I heard its over 50 000 now.  Its all done by auction so its hard to say but my friend bought one last year for 50 something thousand so my guess is its well over that now.

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An arm and a leg

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I'm in Shanghai and the last I heard it was around the 65 thousand mark

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