Damaged motorcycle plate replacement?

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numnumcook
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Damaged motorcycle plate replacement?

by: numnumcook on
Thu Oct 04, 2012 12:45 pm

Greetings,

My motorcycle licence plate was damaged in an accident, and though it is mostly cosmetic and could still be used if I flatten it out, it will look pretty crappy.

I don't mind paying 20.00 and following the MTO procedures to get it replaced, but wanted to know if will have the same letters/# on it as my damaged one.

I prefer to keep the same plate letter/# but haven't found any info on their site if it be replaced with an entirely new letters/#s or if it will be the same as my currently damaged one.

If anyone knows, please share.


Thanks in advance for your time.


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by: Stanton on
Thu Oct 04, 2012 12:51 pm

To the best of my knowledge they would be different plates since they're issued on the spot. Personalized plates can be be replaced, but even then I think you get temporary plates in the interim since they need to be ordered and manufactured.


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by: The Stig on
Thu Oct 04, 2012 10:29 pm

On the spot, no you wouldn't be issued the same numbers. If you are so attached to those numbers you can pay to convert those set of numbers to a personalized plate. As was mentioned you would then be issued a "loaner" plate while a new one was punched out in your numbers.


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by: numnumcook on
Fri Oct 05, 2012 11:00 am

Thanks for the responses folks!

Well I guess I'll just get an entirely new plate as I am not attached to my current plate # enough to pay the $ for a personalized one of the same #. Good idea though for those that may want to.


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by: AsphaltHero on
Mon Oct 08, 2012 2:00 pm

If your motorcycle was manufactured in, or before 1973 you could put a YEAR OF MAUFACTURE (YOM) plate on it.

For example, if manufactured in 1963, you could go online or to a flea market a buy an old, used Ontario motorcycle plate from the tear 1963, and then have it register for your motorcycle. I don't think it costs much and some people think it looks cool. Formore info search MTO YOM.


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