Amateur Radio Operator's VehicleChange
Holders of an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate can obtain a special licence plate for their vehicle. Instead of a regular licence plate number, these plates start with the operator's call sign, i.e. VE2 or VA2.
The amateur radio operator licence plate is reserved for individuals who hold an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate issued by Industry Canada.
Amateur radio operator licence plates alert police forces that the vehicle is equipped with an amateur radio apparatus, which means that the owner could assist them if necessary.
An amateur radio operator licence plate cannot be transferred—even if the vehicle is given to someone else—because the plate belongs to the holder of an amateur radio operator's licence.
If you hold an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate, you can apply for a licence plate with Radio Amateur du Québec, which will mail it to you.
Once you have received your licence plate, you must go to one of our service outlets and present:
At our service outlets, we accept payment:
Payment by credit card is not accepted.
Last update: October 28, 2016