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Driver Fitness and Monitoring

Alberta Transportation aims to strike a balance between an individual's transportation needs and the public's right to road safety. Through monitoring drivers' fitness, safety records and medical conditions, Alberta's roads will be safe for all road users.

Note: Physical and medical conditions, as well as changes in health, that could affect your driving ability must be reported. All medical reports are kept confidential and will only be used by Alberta Transportation to determine a person’s qualifications to drive. Decisions regarding a person's ability to drive are based on the Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators (CCMTA) Medical Standards. 

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Enforcement 

FAQ

Request for Personal Driving Motor Vehicle Consent Form (pdf 157.20 KB)

Demerit Point Schedule

Demerit Point Systems for GDL and Fully Licensed Drivers (pdf 809 KB)

Types of Suspensions (pdf 196 KB)

Restricted Operator's Licence Program
(pdf 245 KB)

Reinstatement Codes (RC) (pdf 62.9 KB)

Maintenance Enforcement Program

Motor Vehicle Accident Recoveries

 

 


Medical

FAQ

Medical Conditions That May Affect Safe Driving

Code W - Frequently Asked Questions (pdf 236.97 KB)

Reporting Concerns About Driver Fitness

Requirements For Requesting a Seat Belt Exemption 

Guidelines for Return to Driving (pdf 127.95 KB)

CCMTA Determining Driver Fitness in Canada (pdf 1.08 MB)

Electronic Medical Report (pdf 207.99 KB)

Visual Referral Report (pdf 168.50 KB)

 

 

 
Contact Information

Phone: (780) 427-8230
toll free in Alberta
310-0000

Fax: (780) 422-6612

Email:
Driver.fitness@gov.ab.ca

Address:
Main Floor, Twin Atria Bldg
Alberta Transportation
4999 - 98 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta
T6B 2X3

Other Resources
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College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta

Medically At-Risk Driver Centre

Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators (CCMTA)