Two new ‘self serve’ options are now available online to Alberta drivers. (File photo)

Two new ‘self serve’ options are now available online to Alberta drivers. (File photo)

More registry services now available online for Albertans

More registry services now available online

Alberta drivers can now access additional services online.

As of Sept. 7, Albertans can now order driver abstracts and vehicle information reports online through the MyAlberta eServices portal.

“By offering more services online, we’re ensuring that Albertans have more options to access government services, including from the comfort of their home, on the couch, at midnight,” says Nate Glubish, Minister of Service Alberta. “We continue to work together with our registry agent partners to identify more services that can be accessed conveniently from your smartphone or computer.”

A verified MyAlberta digital ID allows Albertans to authenticate their identity using their driver’s licence or identification card and access their personal and confidential motor vehicle information without requiring in-person service.

The following registry services are also available online through MyAlberta eServices:

• Birth registrations and birth certificate ordering

• One-year registration renewals for passenger vehicles, motorcycles, off-highway vehicles, and some commercial and farm vehicles

• Duplicate vehicle registration certificates

• In-transit permits

• Specialty licence plate orders