Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Minister Robert Vessey (left) and Dwayne Stride, deputy registrar of motor vehicles, install the first of the new provincial licence plates on a government vehicle in
Beginning Friday, Sept. 20, Island drivers have one year to acquire the new provincial licence plate.
The new single plate replaces five current designs and will assist police in better
identifying vehicles, as well as celebrate the province’s role in the creation of Canada leading up to the 150th anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference in 2014.
The plates cost $5 but are free for anyone who purchased a plate in the past year. They are available at any Access P.E.I. location or when drivers renew their vehicle registration in person or online.