These online FAQs about international travel are provided by the Canadian Legal FAQs - a program of the Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta. These FAQs contain information you will need before, during and after your time abroad, as well as links to sources of further information.
This section features resources about driving in Alberta. As well, this section includes information about air travel and transportation for people with disabilities and information about international travel. As far as legal topics related to leisure, check out the resource about sports and the law.
The resources on this page were hand-picked by the Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta's staff as a good place to start.
You may also find helpful resources listed under these legal topics: Travel, Transportation, Driving, Sports
The Alberta Motor Transport Association is a province-wide, not-for-profit Association formed to provide a voice for the highway transportation industry in Alberta. The role of the AMTA is to help its members succeed by providing training programs and promoting safety initiatives that reduce workplace injuries. They represent the highway transportation industry at the provincial and national levels in dealing with issues such as regulations, trans-border crossings, taxation, safety, the environment, and the future of trucking.
Dept. of the Alberta government that regulates drivers and vehicles, roads and highways and commerical transportation in Alberta.
Service Alberta is responsible for providing numerous motor vehicle and related services through the registry agent network. Motor vehicles services include driver and vehicle licensing, motor vehicle searches, driver’s abstracts, payment of fines, and personalized licence plate applications and many more. The ministry also oversees Alberta’s expansive Motor Vehicle Database. Service Alberta administers motor vehicle programs jointly with Alberta Infrastructure and Transportation.
This online resource from the Government of Alberta provides links to topics related to automobile insurance. Topics include: Standard Auto Insurance Policy and Endorsements; Auto Insurance Complaints; Auto Accident Benefit Claims and Minor Injuries; Auto Insurance Studies and Reports; and What to do after an Auto Collision.
This handbook is a good source in understanding the rules and regulations applying to small vehicles in Alberta such as motorcycles, mopeds, and power bicycles.