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Renew your vehicle registration | Alberta.ca

COVID-19 response

To help support Albertans self-isolating and practicing social distancing, we are extending expiry dates for Alberta driver’s licences, vehicle registrations and other permits and certificates until May 15, 2020.

For more information, visit COVID-19 info for Albertans.

Overview

Vehicle registrations expire on an assigned month based on your surname. You can look up your expiry date on the registration expiry date chart. Or, check your licence plate tags or registration certificate.

There are 3 options to renew your registration.

Renew online

The online site can only be used if you are renewing your registration without changes. If you require any changes to your registration, for example a name or address change, you must apply for the renewal in person at a registry agent office.

If you have any outstanding fines, you won’t be able to renew your registration online. If you choose to pay your fines online first,

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Renew Registration

  • Renewing your vehicle and/or trailer registration can, in most cases, be completed
    online, at any of PennDOT’s
    Online Messenger services or through the mail.
    Mailing instructions can be found on the back of the applicable forms.

To
renew online
you will need your registration plate number, title number, insurance information, odometer reading, a valid credit card, and a printer. At the end of the transaction, you will be
given the opportunity to print a receipt and a permanent registration
credential. PennDOT will no longer mail a registration card for registrations renewed online.

Fees

Please refer to Form MV-70S, “Bureau of Motor Vehicles Schedule of Fees,” for a complete listing of current renewal fees and for a reduced processing fee in leiu of registration for individuals who qualify for
retired status.

If you are renewing a truck/trailer, the
registration fee (PDF) will vary depending on the registered gross weight. 

The applicant’s

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