THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS
REGISTRY OF MOTOR VEHICLES
DETERMINATION OF REGISTRATION
PRIVILEGES BY REGISTRAR
In accordance with the provisions of Section 3 of Chapter 90 of the General Laws, as amended, I hereby determine that in the Province of Quebec motor vehicles and trailers duly registered under the laws of this Commonwealth are granted privileges of operation substantially as set forth hereunder. Therefore, by the provisions of said Section 3, a motor vehicle or trailer owned by a non-resident and duly registered in the Province of Quebec is granted similar privileges of operation in this Commonwealth without registration under said Chapter 90 (such privileges being subject to the insurance requirements).
Quebec - Pleasure vehicles: 6 consecutive
months in any one
and semi-trailers: interstate unlimited
Signed at Boston, Massachusetts, this second day of March 1984.
ALAN A. MACKEY,
PROPOSAL OF REGISTRATION PRIVILEGES BY QUEBEC TO THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS
The Minister of Transport and the Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs do hereby agree that: Any motor vehicle legally registered, and displaying a licence plate of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts may operate in the territory of Quebec for the purpose of carrying out transport:
(a) between two points located outside the territory of Quebec; or
(b) between one point in the territory of Massachusetts and another point located in the territory of Quebec;
without having to register the vehicle or to pay registration fees to Quebec. The same privileges shall apply to all trailers or semi-trailers legally registered in any territory and hauled by these motor vehicles.
The present proposal is conditionnal to the granting of similar privileges to Quebec, by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
The present proposal shall come into force on the date agreed upon by Quebec and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Signed at Québec City this 23rd day of February 1984 in duplicate in the English and French languages, each text being equally authentic.
Minister of Transport
Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs