New Brunswick To Allow Single Licence Plate Starting July 15
Beginning July 15, 2019, motorists in New Brunswick will no longer be required to display a front licence plate on passenger vehicles and light trucks. Announced by Public Safety Minister Carl Urquhart, the change will remove the requirement to display two licence plates on vehicles weighing less than 4,500 kilograms.
In response to the announcement, the SEMA Action Network (SAN) was concerned that the change would potentially impact antique vehicle tags. The SAN was able to confirm with the Department of Public Safety that antique vehicles are unaffected by the change and will continue to be issued a single, rear-mounted licence plate.
Use the following link to read the news release regarding the single plate announcement: https://www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/departments/public-safety/news/news_release.2019.06.0390.html
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