Published 8 February 2022
The Doug Ford government is considering scrapping licence plate stickers for Ontario vehicles
While the plan has not yet been finalized, it could save motorists up to $120 annually.
According to sources, licence plate stickers would be removed for passenger vehicles, light commercial vehicles, including pick-up trucks, and motorcycles.
The government will issue refunds to Ontarians who have renewed their licence plate stickers, sources said. The list of people who qualify for a refund has not been finalized yet.
The move to eliminate licence plate stickers is a strategy ahead of the June provincial election, sources said. Ford’s team is looking to gain support from voters
As of now, Ontario drivers must renew their expired licence plate stickers before Feb. 28.