Driver's Licences & Vehicle Registrations

Driver's Licences
Vehicle Registrations

Driver's Licences

All driver's licence services are to be done in person with appropriate identification.

It is your responsibility to renew your driver's  licence before it expires. To renew your licence you will need to come in person and provide the following:

  • Current (valid) driver's licence
  • Second piece of recordable and traceable identification
  • If your class of licence &/or medical condition requires it, you will need to provide a completed driver's medical form

When requesting any service regarding your driver's licence, always be prepared to have your picture taken.

Address Change:

To change your address be sure to have your current driver’s licence with you and a second piece of ID

Lost or Stolen Driver's Licence/ID Card

To report a lost or stolen driver's licence we require you to come with two pieces of ID with you

Knowledge Testing 

We offer all classes of knowledge testing:  1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 7

Learners under 18 are required to show a birth certificate or passport and have a parent with them in order to write/obtain a learner's licence or an ID card.
Learners over 18 are required to show a birth certificate or passport and a second piece of ID, along with proof of Alberta Residency in order to write/obtain a learner's licence or an ID card.

Road Test Services

For information regarding an appointment please call our office at  (403) 823.3067
Road tests are to be paid for in full at time of booking.

We offer the following types of road tests at our office:

  • For those with a class 7 (learner's licence) -- Class 5 Basic Test
  • For those with a class 5 GDL licence -- Class 5 Advanced Test
  • For those wishing to ride a motorcycle or moped -- Class 6 Test
  • For those needing to drive a small bus/taxi/ambulance -- Class 4 Test
  • For those needing to drive 3-axle trucks (gravel trucks) -- Class 3 Test
  • For those needing to drive large buses (school or coach) -- Class 2 Test
  • For those needing to drive large trucks (airbrakes) -- Class 1 Test  

Driver's Abstract

To obtain your personal Driver's Abstract:  

  1. Attend our our office in person, and complete the "Request for Personal Driving and Motor Vehicle Information" form.
  2. If you are unable to come "in person" you can give consent to someone you know who resides within Alberta by filling out the "Driver's Abstract Consent" form and they can obtain an abstract on your behalf. 
  3. If you cannot obtain the Driver's Abstract in person, and are not able to get someone you know who resides within Alberta to act on your behalf, you can fill out the "Notarized Request for Personal Information" form and have it notarized. You must also have a copy of your ID notarized. The notarized form, notarized copy of your ID, and a money order for $50 must be mailed to us for processing and a PREPAID Express Post envelope.  We will process the abstract and return it to you.    

For more information visit 

www.servicealberta.gov.ab.ca


Vehicle Registrations

We provide vehicle registration for all motor vehicles, trailers, motorcycles and off-highway vehicles.
We are able to renew your registration, issue and transfer plates, and order personalized plates.

To Transfer or Obtain new plates we requre:

  • Proof of ownership: The Bill of Sale (BOS)  or Lease Agreement must be signed by both parties (purchaser/s & seller/s)
    The NVIS (New Vehicle Information Statement) must be presented with the BOS or Lease Agreement
  • Proof of valid insurance (not required for trailers)
  • ID
  • All owners on the ownership document are required to be present or provide written authorization for someone else to do the service on their behalf by filling out the Vehicle Authorization Form.   (See Forms)

To Renew Your Plates we require:

  • Your renewal notice or your current/last registration
  • Proof of valid insurance
  • If there are changes to be made, all owners must be present or provide written authorization for someone else to do the service on their behalf by filling out the Vehicle Authorization Form  (See Forms)

Lost or stolen plates, registration or yearly stickers.

If your plates, registration or yearly stickers have been lost or stolen, the registered owner/s must attend the office to replace the missing item. A fee may apply. All registered owners must be present or provide written authorization for someone else to do the service on their behalf by filling out the Vehicle Authorization Form.  (See Forms)

(403) 823-3067

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