A Driver’s Abstract shows your driving history for the previous 3, 5, or 10 years. You must apply in person or provide a letter of authorization for the person who will pick it up for you.

Do you know how clean your driving record is? Find out by purchasing your driving abstract.

Do you know that your employer may ask for a current copy of your driver’s abstract from you?

An Alberta Driver’s Abstract shows the current status of your driver’s licence, and any demerit points and suspensions for the past 3, 5, or 10 years.

What You Need to Purchase Your Driving Abstract

If you want to purchase your Alberta driving abstract, but no longer live in the province, please contact Registrations Are Us and we’ll walk you through the process.

Unable to Purchase Your Abstract In-Person?

You can send someone you know personally along with a completed Driver abstract consent form to pick it up on your behalf.

Drivers Abstract (SDA)

The Driver Abstract (often referred as Standard Driver Abstract (SDA)) may be released to the driver or to a party having a valid purpose in legislation.  A Driver Abstract provides the current status of an operator’s licence and lists conviction information, any applicable demerit points, and suspensions.  However, the Driver Abstract is neither the confirmation of the individual’s driving experience nor the confirmation of the date first licensed.

The Driver Abstract confirms information from an individual’s driving record that includes: name, address, date of birth, height, weight, sex, MVID number, operator license number and issue date, expiration date, class, current demerit points, suspended status, reinstatement conditions (if any) and the list of violations (descriptions, demerit/merit points, and suspension term).

The Driver Abstract is released through Alberta registry agents as 3-, 5- or 10-year printed reports.

 

Contact Registrations Are Us and we’ll walk you through the process.

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