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Just thought I would pass this information along...
If you are planning to ride your motorcycle early in Quebec (before March 16th), don't forget to apply for the "Winter Tires - Exemption".
The exemption/certificate is good for a maximum of 7 days per certificate, up to 4 certificates each winter.
I've heard a couple of people getting tickets from a motorcycle cop because they did not have snow tires on their motorcycle.

It is free to apply online:
Winter Tires - Exemption | Online Services SAAQclic | SAAQ

If a cop does stop you, show the certificate and tell them your going to drive it out of province.
 

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Just thought I would pass this information along...
If you are planning to ride your motorcycle early in Quebec (before March 16th), don't forget to apply for the "Winter Tires - Exemption".
The exemption/certificate is good for a maximum of 7 days per certificate, up to 4 certificates each winter.
I've heard a couple of people getting tickets from a motorcycle cop because they did not have snow tires on their motorcycle.

It is free to apply online:
Winter Tires - Exemption | Online Services SAAQclic | SAAQ

If a cop does stop you, show the certificate and tell them your going to drive it out of province.
Does this LAW apply to Ontario residents that visit Quebec ?

Winter tires on the bikes haha good one :Laughing rolling:
 
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