Commercial Truck (CT)
Waldale T sticker.
Hi-Signs T sticker
CAVR black + Apportioned
CAVR blue
CAVR blue + Apportioned
Apportioned no vertical bars
Hi-Signs Apportioned *Rare*
Limited Use
  • Most CT plates used on various small commercial vehicles like pickups, service vehicles, work trucks, electrician's vans and the like. These are very common plates. Some exist with the redundant T sticker in upper left.
  • A small number of CT plates (CDA-CDB series) were produced with Hi-Signs dies. A very small number of these were issued with APPORTIONED or T stickers; none were issued with DA stickers.
  • Commercial Driveaway (CT DA) is the Manitoba version of the Transporter or In-Transit permit for non-PSV trucks, buses, trailers and others. A special DA sticker is applied to the upper left corner of a regular CT plate. Only eight (8) were registered in 2009, making DA plates very scarce. Update: With the merger between PSV and CT plates on 3-1-19, it is expected that CT DA plates will become more common.
  • CT plates with CAVR or Apportioned stickers were used by motorists hauling their own goods as opposed to their vehicles being used to transport the goods of others (PSV). This changed in 2019 with the merger of both plate categories into CT.
  • Blue on clear CAVR stickers were used from 1997-2001, then followed with an Apportioned sticker after 2001. Existing CAVR plates affected by Manitoba's post-2001 participation in IRP received a new Apportioned sticker (featuring blue vertical bars) to be added by the motorist to the existing CAVR-stickered plate.
  • Limited Use option for CT added September 2015.
  • PSV plates were merged with the CT category effective 3-1-19. Plates changed through 2019 as they come up for renewal.


© updated 3-12-19

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