Expiry dates for Alberta drivers’ licences, identification cards, vehicle registrations, other permits and certificates is extended until May 15.
Driver’s licences and ID cards
Drivers’ licences and ID cards expire on the holder’s birthday in the year noted on the card.
- Albertans who have birthdays from March 17 through May 14 and whose cards expire this year, now have until May 15, 2020 to renew.
- Expiry dates can be found on your card and Albertans with birthdays from March 17 through May 14 are encouraged to confirm whether they need to renew this year.
Vehicle registrations expire on an assigned month based on the registrant’s surname or a company name.
- Albertans and companies with registrations expiring in March and April (including those whose last names begin with B, D, G, Y) will now have until May 15, 2020 to renew their vehicle registrations.
Effective immediately, Transportation has extended the timeline to 90 days for most drivers requiring a medical evaluation to provide their completed medical form when applying for or renewing their licence.
This will reduce the current strain on the healthcare system. Medically, high risk drivers will still be required to present their medical evaluation at the time of their application or renewal.
See Medical conditions and driving for more information.