Information about drivers license and vehicle registration in all provinces and territories
Each province and territory in Canada has varying drivers and vehicle registration requirements. We have compiled links to all moter vehicles and licensing agengcies to make easy for you to renew your license or registration, book a road exam an search for auto insurance.
If you are moving to a new Province or Territory from within Canada or from the United States, Germany, China or another country, provinces and territories have differnent regulations on the amount of time you can use a valid license from your country of origin. We have made it easy for you to find this, just scroll to the province/
territory you are moving to to discover the rules.
Alberta Drivers License and Vehicle Registration
Driver seducation, licensing and vehicle registration information as well as info about insurance. AMA is a great resource to help you register your vehicle, obtain drivers education or renew your driver’s licence quickly and easily. Once you arrive in Alberta, you have 90 days to exchange your existing licence and vehicle registration.
British Columbia Drivers License, Vehicle Registration and Insurance (ICBC)
Whether you're getting your first passenger vehicle, motorcycle, or commercial licence, or renewing, replacing an existing licence or need an insurance quote, you'll find the information you need at ICBC. And, when you're ready, you'll find an ICBC driver licensing office near you with staff ready and eager to help. You have 90 days to switch over your licence after moving to B.C.
Manitoba Driver License, Registration and Auto Insurance
Written, road, and oral tests, new licence, licence renewals, licence replacements, information changes, medical records, driver records and suspensions, commercial driver abstract, traffic accident report. You have up to 3 months to switch your valid out-of-province vehicle registration and insurance.
New Brunswick Motor Vehicle Registration
As part of Public Safety department, drivers license and vehicle registration infotmation can be found on the New Brunswick government website. Drivers from Canadian Provinces or the United States may exchange their licence Class for Class, including Class 7, without taking any driver’s test or providing a medical provided certain requirements are met.
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Newfoundland & Labrador Vehicle Registration & Driver Licencing
Search for drivers test locations, register your vehicle and more. Individuals taking up residence from another province or territory in Canada can exchange their existing licence for a Newfoundland driver's licence without taking a written, vision or road test. You must exchange your existing driver's licence within 3 months of taking up residence. Non residents can operate a vehicle for a maximum period of 3 months
in one year without registering vehicle in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Nova Scotia Drivers and Vehicles
Find information on license and registration, view the drivers handbook, find a drivers examination location or the latest gas prices in Nova Scotia. Visitors or Newcomers who have a valid driver's licence from another part of Canada, or from another country, can drive in Nova Scotia for up to 90 days without getting a Nova Scotia Drivers Licence.
Northwest Territories Drivers and Vehicle Services
Schedule, rebook and cancel your driver examinations, renew or cancel your vehicle registration or purchase single use or monthly Deh Cho Bridge toll conveniently online. Any new resident to the Northwest Territories has 30 days from time of arrival to transfer their license and 90 days to transfer vehicle registration.
Nunavut, Motor Vehicles Division
The Motor Vehicles Division is responsible for road safety, driver testing, licensing and records, registering and inspection of motor vehicles, issuing identification cards and maintaining the motor vehicle accident database.
Ontario License and Vehicle Registration
Information about road conditions, driver’s licences, vehicle registration, Drive Clean, and commercial vehicles. A newcomer to Ontario is required to apply for an Ontario driver's licence within 3 months of taking up residence in the province.
Prince Edward Island License and Registration
Renew your drivers licences or vehicle registration, find information about commercial vehicles or transfer ownership of your vehicle. A newcomer to PEI is required to apply for a PEI driver's licence within 4 months of taking up residence in the province.
Québec Société de l'assurance automobile
Le titulaire d'un permis étranger valide a le droit de circuler sur les routes du Québec pendant 6 mois consécutifs. Passé ce délai, il doit posséder un permis de conduire international et, s'il décide de s'établir dans la province, il doit obtenir un permis du Québec qu'il peut demander dès son arrivée.
Saskatchewan License and Vehicle Registration
Book your road test, renew your registration or report and insurance claim. New residents who wish to drive in Saskatchewan must obtain a Saskatchewan driver's licence within 90 days of moving to the province, or upon expiry of their out-of-province licence — whichever is earliest.
Yukon Drivers License and Vehicle Registration
Book your drivers test, renew your registration or check road conditions. You have up to 120 days (upon taking up residency or beginning employment in the Territory) to obtain a Yukon Driver’s licence or 30 days if you have an airbrake endorsement
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