If your license plate sticker is going to expire before you will receive it in the mail, you will receive a temporary license sticker validation document that is valid for 14 days. You must keep this document on your person while driving.
Is there a grace period for license plate stickers in Ontario?
Driver’s licences, Ontario health cards, Ontario Photo Cards, licence plate stickers and all other products that “would have expired on or after March 1, 2020, but were extended to provide immediate relief to Ontarians during the COVID-19 pandemic” must be valid and up-to-date beginning Feb. 28, 2022.
Are license plate stickers still extended in Ontario?
The province announced Sept. 1 that most licences, licence plate stickers, Ontario photo cards, and health cards would need to be renewed by Feb. 28, 2022. The government said the extended deadline is to ensure everyone has enough time to renew their documents.
Do I have to renew my sticker Ontario 2021?
Licence plate stickers for heavy commercial vehicles must be renewed by December 31, 2021. Drivers who have not renewed their licence plate stickers during the pandemic will be required to pay the fee for previous years, in addition to the current year renewal fee.
What happens if my license plate sticker expires?
What can happen if I have expired tags? Not paying your fees on time, may result in getting pulled over by law enforcement and receiving a ticket for driving with expired tags. However, your vehicle does not have to be moving or in usage to receive a ticket for expired tags.
How much is the fine for an expired sticker in Ontario?
What happens if you drive with an expired license? You are required by law to renew your license plate sticker. Failure to do so will result in a $110.00 fine (in Ontario). If you have renewed it but haven’t received it in the mail yet, you need to carry your Extended Vehicle Validation Period Receipt.
Does expired sticker ticket affect insurance Ontario?
It appears that these tickets do not get listed. So, if they’re not listed, they don’t affect your rates.
Can I drive with an expired license Ontario?
In Ontario, you need to renew your driver’s licence card every 5 years. Usually, you will get a renewal notice in the mail or by email about 2 or 3 months before your licence expires. It is illegal to drive with an expired, cancelled or suspended driver’s licence.
Can I drive with expired license?
As we mentioned, a first-time offense for driving on an expired license is generally only an infraction. This means you may avoid major penalties for this infraction. You may only have to pay a fine. You can avoid additional penalties by getting a license.
Is there an extension on driver’s license renewal?
The new Jan. 1, 2022 extension also includes expiration dates that will occur between July and December of this year. As a result, expired driver’s licenses and ID cards will remain valid until Jan. 1, 2022 so customers do not need to rush into Driver Services facilities, especially during hot weather.