The new plates are blue and includes a trillium and the slogan “A Place to Grow.” The new plates are said to save residences money in the long run as they will last longer.
However; some are finding a fault with the newly designed licence plates; they are plastic!
Plastic. In Ontario. Also, got a reasonable printer? Get you a free fake license plate. At least till it cracks in the cold and falls off. (Though then you can just print another one.) What genius came up with this? https://t.co/y4WXfhpN1c
— Kathryn Hunt (@k8thek8) January 27, 2020
Another person pointing out that it looks like a Q-Tip Box…
Some say that the number and letters look off centred.
Is it just me or are the letters/numbers not centred on the new Ontario license plate? pic.twitter.com/UIay2kRHhn
— Jon Degan (@lefthungry) February 2, 2020
Another reason the Ford Government wanted to change the plate was because of the size, saying that our current white plates aren’t the same size as the North American Standard.
The last time the province redesigned the plates was in 1982.