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Monday – Friday: 8:30AM – 8:00PM

Saturday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM

Sunday: 12:00PM – 4:00PM


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Please note All Registry Offices will be CLOSED on the 2nd Sunday of every month due to mandatory Government system upgrades. Our regular hours resume on Monday!

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Alberta Vehicle Seizure Program

Alberta Vehicle Seizure Program

Apply for a Hearing After Your Vehicle Seizure

If your vehicle has been seized by authorities, you can purchase an Application for Hearing form from us at Registrations Are Us. This form initiates the process of seeking a formal review, allowing individuals to present their case and provide any relevant evidence.

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What to know about the Alberta Vehicle Seizure Program

The Vehicle Seizure Program is designed to uphold the integrity of road safety regulations and ensure that drivers adhere to the requirements of a valid operator’s License. Through the imposition of vehicle seizure and impoundment, the program seeks to create a strong deterrent against driving with a suspended License, ultimately contributing to safer roadways for all users.

Under Alberta’s IRS Vehicle Seizure Program, your vehicle will be seized for a specific length of time

  • 30 days – A person found operating a vehicle with a suspended or disqualified License will have their vehicle seized for a 30-day period – section 173(1) of the Traffic Safety Act.
  • 60 days – If it is a second occurrence within a 3-year period of the first occurrence, a person found operating a vehicle with a suspended or disqualified License will have their vehicle seized for a 60-day period – section 173(2) of the Traffic Safety Act.

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Learn more about the IRS Program in Alberta

This legislation empowers peace officers with the authority to take immediate action when they have reasonable and probable grounds to believe that a driver’s blood alcohol concentration (BAC) exceeds 50 milligrams per 100 millilitres of blood (50 mg%).

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Navigating the process of requesting a hearing after your vehicle has been seized can be complex. We’re here to answer your questions and guide you through it.

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To apply for a hearing following the seizure of your vehicle in Alberta, you can obtain an Application for Hearing form from a local Alberta registry agent. This form is the initial step in requesting a review of the vehicle seizure and its circumstances.

Requesting a hearing allows you to present your case and any relevant evidence to challenge the vehicle seizure. It provides an opportunity to explain your situation, clarify any misunderstandings, and potentially have the seizure reversed or its duration reduced.

Your Application for Hearing form should include accurate personal information, details about the seized vehicle, and a brief explanation of why you believe the seizure was unjust or should be reconsidered. Include any evidence, documents, or statements that support your case.

If your Application for a Hearing is approved, you’ll receive notice of the hearing date and time. Prepare to present your case, evidence, and any witnesses you intend to call to support your position. Be ready to address any questions from the hearing officer and provide a clear account of your perspective.

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