Get your v2 sticker mount now

Precision cut from ABS plastic, the BC HOV OK sticker plate will last the life of your vehicle. It's easy to clean and will not touch the paint.

NEW Sticker Holder v2

Improved in every way:

  • 70% less plastic
  • Easier install
  • Can be installed with stock hardware
  • Shipping is now included
  • 35% better value


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Uses less plastic

New thinner design, uses 70% less plastic than competing solutions.

BC HOV Sticker Holder

You can mount it left or right of the license plate.

flexible enough to clean behind

New design is flexible enough to clean behind, will never touch the paint.

Installation Instruction

Version 2 is even easier to install that our original version


Apply the HOV decal to the smooth side of the holder


Remove the two license plate screws that are on the side you would like the holder


Slide the holder in behind the license plate and re-attach with the stock machine screws

Learn More About the BC HOV Program

Electric vehicles (EVs) displaying an official decal are allowed in provincial highway and municipal high occupancy vehicle lanes (HOV) in British Columbia regardless of the number of passengers in the car, unless a sign is posted indicating otherwise.

You can also apply for a replacement if your decal was lost or damaged.

EVehicle HOV Lane

Your vehicle make, model, year and fuel type will be checked against the eligible vehicle list before a permit will be issued.

Apply for your HOV Sticker here

The following provincial highway HOV lanes are eligible for use by electric vehicles:

Lower Mainland

  • Highway 1 – westbound from east of 202 Street to Gilmore Way overpass
  • Highway 1 – eastbound from Gilmore Way overpass to 208 Street overpass
  • Highway 7 – westbound only east of Golden Ears Way to east of Old Dewdney Trunk Road
  • Highway 17A – northbound only Ladner Trunk Road to Highway 99
  • Highway 99 – northbound south of Highway 17 to north of Highway 17A
  • Highway 99 – southbound south of Westminster Highway to north of Steveston Highway


  • Highway 97 – northbound Pandosy Street to Highway 33
  • Highway 97 – southbound Highway 33 to Pandosy Street

Map of provincial highway HOV lanes eligible for use by electric vehicles


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