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Registry @ South Trail Crossing
66, 4307 – 130th Avenue SE
Calgary, AB T2Z 3V8



Fax: 403-257-1830


Driver's Licence Services

Trusted Driver Licence Services in Calgary

Want to be reminded of when you should renew your license and registration? Registry @ South Trail Crossing Ltd. is pleased to provide a wide range of driver’s licence services with the authorization of the Government of Alberta. Registry @ South Trail Crossing Ltd. is a go-to destination for many people looking for driver licensing services in Calgary. Starting from registration services to translation and interpretation services to driving tests in Calgary, we can provide you with every service you might need. We test and issue driver licences and other photo identification cards and also perform vehicle registration for our customers.


Please keep in mind that all operator services require two pieces of acceptable identification. For information regarding the following services, read about driver’s licences:

  • First application of an operator licence

  • Renewing an operator licence

  • Replacing a lost or stolen operator licence

  • Exchanging a non-Alberta operator licence

  • Change of address for an operator licence

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Know more about the Restricted Operator’s Licence program.


Demerit Suspension

Demerit suspensions are generally assigned for traffic violations and are applied to your driver record on your conviction date. The suspensions remain on your driving record for 2 years from the date of conviction. The points vary depending upon the offence made.


The Restricted Operator's Licence Program is used by clients who need to drive for employment, health or education reasons while serving a demerit suspension. The restricted licence is only valid for the period the client is suspended. When the client has completed their suspension period, the restricted licence must be exchanged for a non-restricted licence at a registry agent office.

Eligibility Criteria

Several situations may arise when we are in an urgent need to visit a place or there might be some medical emergency, but your suspension may not allow you to go. That’s when the Restricted Operator’s Licence can come to your rescue in such a situation. Wondering if you are eligible for this licence? Here it goes!


Clients are eligible to participate in the Restricted Operator’s Licence Program if they meet the following criteria:

  • Have a valid Alberta driver’s licence at the time of receiving the notice of pending suspension

  • Their driver’s licence is not a Graduated Driver Licence (GDL) or Class 7 learner’s licence

  • The suspension was imposed because of an accumulation of demerit points

  • They have no other active or pending suspensions or any types of warrants

  • They have not served any demerit or Criminal Code suspensions within the past two years

  • All outstanding fines and non-alcohol reinstatement fees must be paid in full

  • All other reinstatement conditions must be met

Revoked Licence

Your driving licence may get suspended or revoked if you commit certain violations. We know your driving licence is important to you, so we want to help you understand how your record affects your driving privileges. When a person is charged with a driving offence or violates the program restrictions:

  • The restricted licence will be revoked immediately

  • The client will serve the remainder of their suspension term

  • The client cannot reapply during this suspension period to the Restricted Operator’s Licence Program

  • The vehicle the client was driving may be seized for 30 days

  • The client may be charged with driving while suspended. If the client is charged and convicted of driving while suspended, their licence will be suspended for at least an additional six-month period

Ignition Interlock Program

A client who has lost their driver licence due to some alcohol-related criminal conviction can gain conditional privilege by The Ignition Interlock Program. If your driver licence is suspended through an impaired driving-related conviction, you will be compulsorily required to participate in the Ignition Interlock Program and for that, you must demonstrate a sustained ability to separate driving and drinking. It involves the installation of an ignition interlock device in a vehicle as a condition of driver licensing. This device measures the alcohol level of the driver and locks the ignition if the reading is too high.

Depending on the circumstances, participation in the program may be mandatory or voluntary.

The Ignition Interlock Program is mandatory for all drivers who have been convicted of:

  • Having a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) equal or greater than 80 milligrams percent (.08 mg %) for first time offenders or

  • Refusing breath/blood sample or

  • BAC over .08 mg % if the client has one or more prior liquor related offences in the past 10 years


First time offenders may apply to the Alberta Transportation Safety Board for an exemption if they can provide a Certificate of Analyses that shows an alcohol concentration of less than .16 mg %.

Note: Clients are not eligible to participate in the Ignition Interlock Program if they were convicted of impaired driving causing injury or death under Section 255 of the Criminal Code.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible for participation in the Ignition Interlock Program, clients must:

  • Have the court’s authorization to participate in the program

  • Submit a copy of the Court Order of Driving Prohibition with the Ignition Interlock application to the Board

  • Have 30 days or less remaining in their minimum prohibition term indicated on the Court Order of Driving Prohibition

  • Be a resident of Alberta

  • Take the Planning Ahead Course when the client is a first time offender

  • Take the Impact Course for repeat or subsequent offenders

  • Submit a copy of the Summary Report with the Ignition Interlock application to the Board

  • Participate in the program a minimum of six months

  • Have no other active or pending suspensions, of any type

  • Ensure all other RC (Reinstatement Conditions) are met

  • Have a valid Alberta driver’s licence at the time of suspension

Discover Our Services

Registry @ South Trail Crossing Ltd. is a firm whose objective is to provide excellent and broad services to our customers in Calgary and build positive relationships with them. We provide accessible and responsive services in the areas of public health and safety, environmental protection, consumer protection, and the preservation of vital events and commercial transactions. Printing services are also offered to the Government.


Registry @ South Trail Crossing Ltd. provides various motor vehicles and driving licence services to people in Calgary, which includes:

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We, at Registry @ South Trail Crossing Ltd., provide every service one would want for driving. Our dedicated team strives for excellence with the goal to exceed your expectations by offering you exceptional services at affordable prices in Calgary. We’re always striving to do more and more with full dedication to help our clients with high-quality services. In case of any questions, feel free to get in touch with us.

Registry @ South Trail Crossing

66, 4307 – 130th Avenue SE
Calgary, AB T2Z 3V8

Phone: 403-246-4646

Fax: 403-257-1830



Monday-Friday: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Saturday: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Sunday & Statutory Holidays: Closed

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