The province of Ontario has shifted to a no fee licence plate sticker program and issued refunds for those that had paid in the past. To avoid any confusion, yes, you still need to renew your licence plate once a year, or once every two years (the choice is yours!).
Your best option is to renew online every two years. In most cases you don’t need to visit a Service Ontario location, as Ontario.ca has an online form that walks you through the entire process.
PRO TIP: You can sign up for digital reminders so you don’t miss when your Ontario licence plate, driver’s licence, or health card expires. Click here to get started.
If you need any help with this process, or to ensure that your VIN matches on your vehicle permit and your proof of insurance, please contact your Staebler Broker.
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