An In-Transit Permit is issued to authorize the movement of an unregistered vehicle or trailer between two points in Canada (the In-Transit Permit is only valid within Canadian borders). Either the starting point or ending point must be in Alberta.
When an unregistered vehicle or trailer is carrying a load, a Load Licensing Permit is required in addition to the In-Transit Permit. The client must contact Alberta Transportation for more information.
In-Transit Permits are only issued in the following situations:
- Unregistered vehicles moving from point A to B (maximum of 7 days).
- Towing (maximum of 7 days).
- For demonstration/test drive purposes (maximum of 7 days).
- Repairs/servicing (maximum of 7 days).
- Salvage vehicles (maximum of 24 hours).
You can purchase an In-Transit Permit online if:
- You have an unregistered vehicle or trailer that you want to move.
- Your point of origin or point of destination is in Alberta.
- You have valid insurance for the vehicle (insurance is not required for trailers).
- You are not carrying a load.
A copy of the In-Transit Permit must be carried in the vehicle at all times during transportation.
Please choose from the following: