Alberta Driver’s Licence Classes

Driver’s licence classes, renewals, suspensions, replacements, abstracts and more – get your information here

Driver’s Licence Classes

Alberta’s different classes of licences.

Learn about each class, it’s requirements and allowances.

  • Class 1 (Professional)
  • Class 2 and 2S (Professional)
  • Class 3 (Professional)
  • Class 4 (Ambulances & Taxis)
  • Class 5 (GDL & Non-GDL)
  • Class 6 (Motorcycles)
  • Class 7 (Learner’s)

Unsure which class is right for you?

Choosing the right driver’s licence class can feel overwhelming. Contact Us today! Our team of experts can answer your questions and guide you through the licensing process.

Had your License Suspended? Don’t Wait – Get Help Now!

Facing a driver’s license suspension can be stressful. We understand you may have questions and need guidance on how to get your license back. Don’t wait – call our knowledgeable team today at 403-934-2375! We can help you navigate the reinstatement process and answer any questions you may have about:

  • Ignition Interlock Program
  • Restricted Driver’s Licence Applications
  • Suspension Appeals
  • License Reinstatements

The sooner you take action, the sooner you can get back on the road legally.

Graduated Licencing

There are three primary steps required to obtain a class 5 non-restricted (Non-GDL) licence in Alberta.

The Graduated Driver’s Licensing (GDL) program in Alberta helps new drivers gain the experience and skills they need to be safe on the road. Feeling overwhelmed by the process? We can help!

Call our GDL specialists today at 403-934-2375 and get all your questions answered. We’ll guide you through the GDL program and ensure a smooth transition to your full driver’s license.

Licence Renewals

Typically your licence will expire every five years on your birthday.

Click here if you have received an expiry notice in the mail, and are wondering what you should do next.

Renew your licence here

Licence Replacements

Get a replacement licence at a registry agent for a fee if your licence has been lost, stolen, or destroyed.

If your licence was stolen, it is recommend that you contact the police and obtain a police report. You will receive a police case report number that will be recorded with Alberta registries.

You will need to provide valid identification to replace your driver’s licence.

Driver’s Abstracts

You may be required by insurance or employment purposes to have a Driver’s Abstract to provide a history of your driving records for the past 3, 5 or 10 years.



Some classes of driver’s licences in Alberta require periodic and regular medical examinations.

Stay Informed and Safe:

Maintaining a valid medical examination is crucial for holding certain driver’s licences in Alberta. By ensuring your fitness to drive, you contribute to road safety for yourself and others.