Saskatchewan issued this new plate for 1976 for passenger cars.



1976 Saskatchewan sample plate.



During 1976 Saskatchewan began issuing the above license plate with month expiration stickers.
A sample plate of the 77 issue is shown on the right.
A similar graphic is still used today on Saskatchewan license plates.


1976 commercial freight line truck license plate used within the province as noted by the A prefix.


1976 Saskatchewan bus license plate as noted by the B prefix.


On the left, a 1976 Saskatchewan commercial business owned vehcle license plate as noted by the C prefix.
The plate on the right is a commercial or contractor's trailer license plate.



On the left, a1976 Saskatchewan commercial dray or non passenger truck license plate as noted by the D prefix.
The plate on the right is 1976 Saskatchewan trailer plate used for hauling with commercial trucks.



1976 Saskatchewan dealer license plate as noted by the DR prefix.


1976 Saskatchewan farm vehicle license plate as noted by the F prefix.


1976 Saskatchewan government vehicle license plate as noted by the G prefix.


1976 Saskatchewan livery license plate as noted by the L prefix.


1976 Saskatchewan medical doctor license plate as noted by the MD prefix.


1976 Saskatchewan power unit license plates.
A prefix=a franchised truck trailer combination
C prefix=commercial truck trailer combination
D prefix=commercial truck trailer combination
R prefix=farm truck trailer combination


1976 Saskatchewan semi-trailer license plate.


1976 Saskatchewan private trailer license plate as noted by the stacked PT prefix.


On the left, a 1976 Saskatchewan restricted farm vehicle license plate as noted by the R prefix. On the right, a 1976 Saskatchewan farm trailer license plate.


1976 Saskatchewan farm use semi-trailer license plate.


1976 Saskatchewan school bus license plate. with and without a dash separator, as noted by the stacked SB prefix.


1976 Saskatchewan special farm license plates as noted by the stacked SF prefix. The plate on the right has no dash separator.


1976 Saskatchewan trailer dealer license plate as noted by the T prefix.


1976 Saskatchewan taxi license plate as noted by the UL prefix.


1976 Saskatchewan amateur radio operator license plate.


1976 Saskatchewan Canadian government vehicle license plate as noted by the X prefix.
I have been told that these were used by the R.C.M.P., also.



1976 Saskatchewan motorcycle plates with three different serial formats.
While the ALPCA archive notes that the BR serial number is for a motorcycle, others have told me it is for a snowmobile, like the ones below.



1976 Saskatchewan snowmobile plates. Snowmobile plates used the AD, AK and AL prefixes (The AK was previously listed as a motorcycle plate.
Thanks to Andrew Osborne, Winnipeg, Manitoba for the information allowing an update.)



1976 Saskatchewan motorcycle dealer license plate.


Motorcycle sized 1976 Saskatchewan tractor license plate.

1976 Herbert, Saskatchewan bicycle plate
1976 Shaunavon, Saskatchewan bicylce plate
1976 Swift Current, Saskatchewan bicycle plate
1976 Yorkton, Saskatchewan bicycle plate
1976 Strasbourg, Saskatchewan bicycle plate



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For more on Saskatchewan license plates, you can follow these links:

Saskatchewan government page on auto registration.

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