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Renew your vehicle registration | Alberta.ca

COVID-19 response

To help support Albertans in isolation and practicing physical distancing, we are extending expiry dates for Alberta driver’s licences, vehicle registrations and other permits and certificates until May 15, 2020.

For more information, visit COVID-19 info for Albertans.

Overview

Vehicle registrations expire on an assigned month based on your surname. You can look up your expiry date on the registration expiry date chart. Or, check your licence plate tags or registration certificate.

There are 3 options to renew your registration.

Renew online

The online site can only be used if you are renewing your registration without changes. If you require any changes to your registration, for example a name or address change, you must apply for the renewal in person at a registry agent office.

If you have any outstanding fines, you won’t be able to renew your registration online. If you choose to pay your fines online first, you must wait a couple days for the payment to process before you can renew online.

If you are less than 10 business days away from your expiry date on your registration, please renew your registration in person.

To renew online, you’ll need:

  • your vehicle registration certificate
  • the insurance details from your pink card
  • a credit card (VISA, MasterCard or American Express)
  • a current web browser (Internet Explorer 6 or higher, Firefox, Chrome or Safari)

Start your online registration renewal

Renew by mail

To renew your passenger vehicle and motorcycle registration by mail, please complete one of the mail-in renewal applications below. If you have any outstanding fines, changes to your registration (for example your name or address), you must apply for the renewal in person at a registry agent office.

You should only use the mail-in renewal option if your registration expires in 30 days or more to allow time for mailing. If your registration will expire in less than 30 days from the expiry on your registration, please renew your registration in person or online.

To renew by mail, you’ll need to:

  • Complete one of the mail-in renewal forms below, including the insurance declaration and signatures from all registrants, provide payment (cheque or money order)

The vehicle registration renewal fees are outlined in the Registry Agent Product Catalogue.

Renew in person

To renew your vehicle registration in person, please visit any authorized Alberta Registry Agent.

To renew in person, you’ll need:

  • your driver’s licence
  • valid proof of insurance (‘pink card’)
  • current vehicle registration certificate (optional)

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