Vehicle registration plates of Quebec
The Canadian province of Quebec first required its residents to register their motor vehicles and display licence plates in 1912. Plates are currently issued by the Société de l'assurance automobile du Québec.
Quebec is one of two provinces in Canada that does not issue vanity plates—the other is Newfoundland and Labrador. Moreover, Quebec and Saskatchewan are the only two provinces in which decals are not used to show that the vehicle has valid registration.
The original motto La Belle Province (a nickname for Quebec; "the beautiful province") was replaced in 1978 by Je me souviens ("I remember"), the official motto of Quebec.
Passenger plates 1972 to present
|Image||First issued||Description||Slogan||Serial format||Serials issued||Notes|
|1968||Blue base with embossed white lettering||"La belle province"||A123-456|
|1972||Red base with embossed white lettering||"La belle province"||A123-456|
|1977||Light blue base with embossed dark blue lettering||"La belle province"||123A456|
|1979||blue on reflective white||Je me souviens||123A456|
|(1983 sticker)||dark blue on reflective white||Je me souviens||ABC 123||originally validated with stickers|
|1996||dark blue on reflective white||Je me souviens||123 ABC|
|2009||dark blue on reflective white||Je me souviens||A12 BCD|
|2011||green on reflective white with electric vehicle pictogram on lower left corner||Je me souviens||E00 VEA||electric vehicles only|
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