Persons convicted of violations under the criminal code of Canada, the Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Act, or the Traffic Safety Act, involving the operation or control of a motor vehicle may be suspended or disqualified from driving in accordance with limits stated in the Traffic Safety Act.
It is unlawful to be in possession of an operator’s licence while it is suspended or disqualified. It is a serious offence to drive while unauthorized, punishable by law. Only individuals who are in possession of a full, non-GDL drivers licence can apply for a restricted drivers licence due to demerit suspension.
For further details, call the Driver Fitness and Monitoring Branch, toll-free from anywhere in the province, at 310-0000 followed by 780-427-8230 (Edmonton).
If you want information regarding your suspension, please come in to our office with ID and we can assist you with this information.
Current outstanding fines can be paid through New Urban Registry. The original ticket needs to be shown along with a driver’s licence or other piece of identification. The ticket can only be paid before or on the day of adjudication and must not have been altered from it’s original form.
Overdue fines will be transferred to the Motor Vehicles database after a period of time where a late penalty charge will be added. This outstanding fine must be paid in full before any motor vehicle service can be performed for you. Outstanding fines can be paid at New Urban Registry.
A $9.00+GST registry fee applies to the first ten fines paid.