Driver's licenses are valid for one to 5 years, depending on a number of factors, such as license class, medical status, and age. It's illegal to drive with an expired driver's license. Alberta license renewals are valid for up to five years, depending on license type, medical status and age. To begin the process, you need a free verified MyAlberta account and pay any outstanding charges.
When you have an account and driver's license ready, grab your credit card and start the online renewal process. After a license has expired for three years or more, you will need to retest. The first step will be a knowledge test. Once you pass the knowledge test, you can immediately take the basic road test.
If you pass, you will be granted a driver's license. If you had a full GDL Class 5 license before the expiration, you will be eligible for that class again. This blog will explain everything you need to know about the new Alberta driver's license renewal process online, whether you're a senior driver or have a full Class 5 license. The process to close the out-of-province driver's license requires the current province to notify its previous province that it has applied for an Alberta driver's license.
Most license renewals can be done online, including one-year driver's license and ID card renewals (with existing photo) and replacement or cancellation of driver's license and ID card. I visited him to renew my driver's license and vehicle registration, and returned the next day to file corporate returns. A driver summary is a history of your personal driving record maintained by Alberta Registries and is available for a period of 3, 5, or 10 years.