Driver’s Abstracts

A driver’s conceptual is a background history of your driving record for as far back as 3, 5 or 10 years driving on your Alberta driver’s permit. You may be required to get a driver’s unique for your insurance agency or your manager to guarantee that you’re driving record is on favorable terms.

A driver’s abstract demonstrates all tickets (excluding parking and multi nova) and suspensions that happened on your Alberta permit only.

The negative mark directs that are connected toward a specific movement offense or suspension will be erased following 2 years of the conviction date.

Following 3 years from the conviction date, the ticket or suspension won’t show up by any stretch of the imagination.

(For 5 or 10 year abstracts, all traffic offences will appear regardless of how many years have past)

To acquire a driver’s abstract, come into the office in individual and give legitimate recognizable proof. With your data, our neighborly staff will have the capacity to help you in an opportune manner.

If you are currently NOT in the province of Alberta and wish to obtain an Alberta driver’s abstract you must:

  1. Download and complete a notarized request for personal driving and motor vehicle information form.
  2. Download and complete a Driver Abstract Consent, authorizing a person to obtain your drivers abstract on your behalf.
  3. Demand that the individual come into our office with these 2 forms finished and one of our quick and friendly administration operators will prepare it for you.

If no one is available to obtain your drivers abstract for you in Alberta, You can mail the completed Notarized request for personal driving and motor vehicle information form and cheque or money order payable to Gold Key Registries Ltd.
Please include pre-addressed, postage-paid registered mail or courier envelope.
Please ensure that your Notarized request for personal driving and motor vehicle information form is notarized before sending.

Did you know?

Wheatland and Rocky View Counties are Changing your Rural Mailing Addresses.

Please DO NOT come in before the Effective Date on your letter from Canada Post.