Licensing and owning a vehicle

Registering and inspecting vehicles and information on buying used and importing vehicles in Alberta.


AMVIC changes to protect consumers, improve business practices and create a fair marketplace come into effect fall 2018.

Identifying and removing unsafe vehicles from the road can prevent vehicle failure on Alberta's highways and reduce collisions.

Information on how to buy, sell or repair a vehicle in Alberta.

The redesigned driver’s licence and identification cards provide better protection for Albertans.

How to get a driver’s licence and licence plate.

Get a printed summary of your driving record, including merit and demerit points, convictions and suspensions.

How to get a learner’s, probationary or full licence, and how to upgrade to a commercial licence.

A valid licence plate must be displayed on your vehicle at all times.

Renew or replace a driver's licence, get a licence plate or a parking placard for people with disabilities.

Alberta offers different types of information on vehicles.

Request a review of a Registrar’s decision regarding permits and licenses.

Renew an expired driver’s licence or replace a lost, stolen or destroyed licence.

Sign up online with MyAlberta eServices to receive renewal reminders for vehicle registrations and driver's licence/identification cards.

You have to update your driver’s licence or vehicle registration within 14 days of a change to your personal information.

Ensuring vehicles being driven on our roads are in safe operating condition, and not stolen or built from stolen components.

Register a vehicle, and cancel, renew or transfer a registration.