Find out how to register, license and insure your collector, modified or vintage vehicle. B.C.'s Collector Motor Vehicle Program helps preserve the history of collectible vehicles in British Columbia.
Starting March 30, 2017 you can apply for collector plates on modified vehicle model from 1974 or earlier (expanded from 1958), as well as replica/constructed vehicles that resemble a 1942 or earlier production model.
If your vehicle is approved, your collector plates will be
sent to your Autoplan broker after June 30, 2017.
Find out more about this initiative in the B.C. Government news release.
If qualified, your vehicle gets a special collector licence plate that shows it's a real classic. You can drive your collector vehicle out for pleasure and attend car club events.
If you have a modified vehicle that's registered as a 1974 model or earlier, it may qualify as a modified collector vehicle.
Vintage plates let you show off your antique vehicle at special events and parades while paying reduced insurance premiums.
If you have a replica/constructed vehicle that resembles a 1942 or
earlier production model, you can now apply to qualify as a collector vehicle.
Find out how to get plates and insurance for your modified vehicle.
Get your vehicle in our Classic Cars calendar.
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