Registering a Vehicle

Registration at a service outlet

Step 7 Registration at a service outlet

Before registration

The trailer cannot be registered…

If you have an unpaid fine for an offence under the Highway Safety Code or a municipal traffic or parking bylaw.

When you register your trailer

Documents required

You must present the following documents:

  • your driver's licence or another official photo ID document
  • your trailer's weight certificate
  • a document proving the installation of the vehicle identification number plate
  • a valid mechanical inspection certificate

You are also required to indicate if the trailer has a gross vehicle weight rating of 4,500 kg or more.

If you are under age 18

You must also present the Consent of a Person Having Parental Authority (PDF, 123.4 ko) form completed by your father, mother or legal guardian.

If you do not have a driver's licence

Phone us to find out what documents you must bring with you when registering your trailer.

If you cannot come to the service outlet in person

The person representing you for the registration will need to provide the original of the Power of Attorney (PDF, 298.8 ko) form completed by you.

Costs and payment

Payment options

At our service outlets, we accept payment:

  • in cash
  • by Interac (debit card)—not available in some service outlets
  • by cheque or money order

Payment by credit card is not accepted.

Payment of the GST and QST

You may not be required to pay the GST and QST when you register your trailer.

For more information, phone Revenu Québec.

Registration renewal

You only pay once for the registration of your trailer, as long as you remain the owner.

Last update: May 31, 2023