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I was told on the old forum to leave them in and if the end user wants to blur them out, it is down to them.

 

I have blurred some out where the car is the sole purpose of the image but left them in when it is just an incidental part.

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I just leave them in. Already answered the question regarding property that requires a release. If answer is Yes, it's automatically RM, so it's up to the publisher to judge. I'd be careful though about major car accidents. I haven't any on line but I would probably blur a number plate in that instance. There may be other reasons but can't think of any at the moment.

 

Ken

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I  used to blur them out, but I had one fail QC for "obvious retouching/manipulation" so I leave them in and leave it to the end user 

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If it's a classic the odds are its plate is well known anyway. That's how I captioned an MGFsnapped by chance- just googled the registration and there it was. In the UK it's very nearly public information anyway

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