So I have an vehicle which I don't drive over the winter. My birthday is in November. So, to save some cash flow before Christmas, in November 2018 I chose not to buy a sticker, knowing full well that when spring came I would still need to pay the $120 for the period November 2018 - November 2019.
Fast forward to last week, now we finally have some decent weather, I go to the ServiceOntario office, fork over my $120, and the nice person behind the counter hands me a sticker for November 2020!
So, I'm starting a pool, will I get a renewal notice this November (2019)?
OK, then, the legal question: in the case of a disagreement between the physical sticker and the MTO's records, which is taken to be correct?
Doesn't it mean then you are paid up until Nov 2020?
By "it" do you mean the sticker? The sticker would seem to indicate that I'm paid-up until Nov 2020, but I know that I'm not: I paid $120 which is for 1 year, right? So, from Nov. 2018 to Nov. 2019.
I guess it would depend on what was registered on the MTO computers. If the agent gave you a 2020 sticker but entered into the system the expiry is 2019 then you would receive a renewal notice in 2019.
Update: renewal notice does not include that plate. So I got 18 months for the price of 12!
Sounds like a deal!
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