Have you recently driven home a new, or new to you, vehicle?
If you are replacing a vehicle or simply have one that is no longer in use, you can transfer the licence plate from your previous vehicle to the vehicle you will now be using.
If your vehicle registration is currently valid, you have 14 days to transfer the plate. Visit us in person to learn about transferring your registration.
What You Need to Transfer Your Current Registration to a New Vehicle
- Proof of ownership, such as Bill of sale or Lease agreement (if vehicle is leased)
- Previous vehicle registration (if available)
- Proof of valid Alberta liability insurance (current pink card in the name(s) to appear on the vehicle registrations)
- One Government of Alberta acceptable photo identification or support document
- If there is more than one name on either the current registration or the ownership document, both signatures will be required
- If you have a brand new vehicle, we require the original New Vehicle Information Statement (NVIS) that you received from your dealer when you purchased the vehicle. A faxed or photocopied document is not acceptable
- Will (if changing registration to the estate of the deceased)
- Your odometer reading (optional)
For more information, contact Registrations Are Us by calling 780.448.2233, or visit our contact page.
Why not renew your vehicle registration for another year?
Depending on your current expiry date, you may have the option to extend the term of your registration.
You pay the renewal fee, but receive an additional 12 months and save on the transfer fee. A copy of your current Alberta liability insurance (pink card) will be required.
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