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†3rd Subsequent offence within 10 years:†
††††††††· Immediate 30 day licence†
†††††††††† suspension†
††††††††· Towing and impound charges†
††††††††· 7 day vehicle seizure†
††††††††· Complete the ďIMPACTĒ or
††††††††† equivalent†and may include
††††††††† assessment and†monitoring†
††††††††· Attend a mandatory Alberta†
††††††††† Transportation Safety Board hearing.

ALBERTA 24 HOUR SUSPENSION

This suspension is given to drivers whose
ability to operate a motor vehicle has
been impaired by a physical or medical
condition, or by drugs or alcohol. A
24 hour licence disqualification will be
issued.

Driverís licence
suspensions and
disqualifications

In addition to any penalties under the
Criminal Code of Canada, the Province
of Alberta will suspend your driverís
licence privileges and impose conditions
you must meet to have your driving
privileges reinstated. The Province of
Alberta suspension is served at the
same time as a court-ordered driving
prohibition.

Driving while your driverís
licence privileges are
suspended or disqualified

If you operate a motor vehicle while your
driverís licence driving privileges are
suspended or disqualified you can face
time in jail, fines, or both. In addition, if
you are currently serving a suspension,
you will face another suspension. The
vehicle you are driving will be seized and
impounded for 30 days regardless of
who is the registered owner. All towing
charges and impound fees will be
charged to the registered owner of the
vehicle.

Your driverís license driving privileges
can be suspended or disqualified. If you
receive a driverís licence suspension or
disqualification you will receive
notification via registered letter to the
last recorded address on your driverís
licence record, from Driver Fitness and
Monitoring , indicating the reasons for
your suspension or disqualification.

If your driverís licence driving
privileges are suspended or
disqualified,
your Notice of Suspension
letter will identify the length of your
suspension or disqualification and the
conditions that you must meet to have
your driving privileges reinstated.

When you have met the conditions of
your suspension or disqualification you
will receive another letter from Driver
Fitness and Monitoring, indicating that
your suspension or disqualification has
been removed and the date you are
eligible to operate a motor vehicle.

112† A Driver's Guide to Operation, Safety and Licensing

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