Alberta Identification Card

An Alberta Identification Card is a government-issued photo identification card used by persons over the age of 12 who do not hold an Alberta Drivers Licence.  If you have an Alberta Drivers Licence, you cannot be issued an Alberta ID Card.

Driver Licence Classifications

CLASS 7 - GDL LEARNERS

Knowledge tests can be challenged until 4:00 PM daily.

If you are writing your Class 7 GDL Learners knowledge test for the first time you need to be at least 14 years of age and will need the ORIGINAL documents of the following: 

     - If born in Canada:  Canadian birth certificate, non-expired

       Canadian passport, or a non-expired federally-issued

       Indian status card (we cannot accept the band-issued

       cards)

     - If not born in Canada:  Work/study permit or 

       Permanent Resident card

     - If under the age of 18:  You must be accompanied by a 

       parent or legal guardian

     - If over the age of 18:  You must bring Proof of 

       Current Alberta Residency such as mailed utility bills                   or bank statements (no more than 90 days old),

       lease/rental agreement, or Alberta Residency Letter

       issued from a treaty band office (no more than 14 days 

       old)

If you pass the knowledge test, you will also need to pass a vision screening.

CLASS 6 - GDL BASIC MOTORCYCLE

Knowledge tests can be challenged until 4:00 PM daily.

If you are writing your Class 6 GDL knowledge test for the first time you need to be at least 16 years of age and have retained your Class 7 GDL Learners licence for at least one (1) year.

If you pass the knowledge test, you will also need to pass a vision screening.

After passing the knowledge test, you will have one (1) year to book and pass a Class 6 GDL road test.  If you do not complete the road test within the year of passing your knowledge test, you will have to re-write the knowledge test.

Alberta's Organ and Tissue Donation Registry

When renewing your driver's licence you will also be able to register your intent and give consent to become an organ/tissue donor. 

 

There is no fee for this service and you can save up to eight lives!

       

Road Tests 

Class 1               $217.00

Class 2              $167.00

Class 3              $155.00

Class 4              $141.00

Class 5  Basic   $83.00

Class 6              $143.00

Unfortunately, we are unable to offer Class 5 Advanced road tests at this time.

You can book road tests in person in our office or online at eservices.alberta.ca.

Fees for Drivers Licences

First Application - 5 year term      $84.45

Renewal - 5 year term                   $84.45

Address/Name Change                $22.45

Replacement - Lost, Stolen, etc.  $22.45

If your driver's licence expired more than six (6) months ago, you will need to provide proof of Canadian presence (Canadian birth certificate, Canadian passport, etc.) as well as proof of Alberta residency (utility statement, financial statement, etc. that has been mailed to your Alberta address within the last 90 days).

Please phone us at (780) 645-4400 with any questions you may have about the above. 

We don't want you to make multiple trips to our office either!

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Hours of Operation

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8:30 -4:30

Wednesday 8:30 - 5:00

OUR SERVICES

- Motor Vehicle Services

- Corporate Registries

- Personal Property Searches

- Vital Statistics

-Land Title System Searches

-Knowledge/Road Tests

-Alberta Organ and Tissue Donation         Registry

VISIT US!

4341 50 Avenue

 St. Paul, AB

 T0A 3A3

We regret to inform you that we do not accept credit cards or e-transfer at this time.