The Government of Alberta is switching to electronic reminders for registration, license and identification card renewals.
“During these tough economic times, it’s particularly important for government to find smart ways to save taxpayers’ money. Moving from printed to electronic notices will save Alberta taxpayers more than $3 million a year while providing more modern and convenient reminder options for drivers.”
Free renewal E-reminder can be signed up through subscribing email address on the MyAlberta eServices website https://eservices.alberta.ca/notify/
Driver’s license and ID card must be renewed in person. However, vehicle registration can be renewed in person, by mail or online. Details are available on http://www.servicealberta.gov.ab.ca/Renew-a-registration.cfm .
Online renewal can be completed at http://www.e-registry.ca/services/alberta-vehicle-registration.html if applicant meets requirements.
“Albertans with disabilities will continue to receive their reminders in the mail. Seniors over the age of 70 will continue to receive mailed reminders until April 1, 2017.”
For more information, please visit http://www.alberta.ca/release.cfm?xID=4032031D7BDEF-DBCE-45A6-437DE8342707B186.