out of province inspection
If you’re bringing a vehicle from outside of Alberta into the province, an out-of-province vehicle inspection is a mandatory requirement to ensure compliance with safety and environmental standards. We offer comprehensive out-of-province vehicle inspections that adhere to the regulations set forth by the Alberta Transportation authorities. Our certified technicians conduct a thorough examination of various components, including brakes, steering, suspension, exhaust systems, lights, tires, and more. We meticulously assess your vehicle’s condition, ensuring it meets the necessary criteria for safe and environmentally-friendly operation on Alberta roads. By entrusting us with your out-of-province vehicle inspection, you can have peace of mind knowing that our expertise and attention to detail will ensure your vehicle’s compliance and roadworthiness. We strive to provide reliable and efficient service, helping you navigate the inspection process smoothly and get your vehicle on the road as quickly as possible.
We currently have a promotion for Out-of-Province Inspections. We are offering it at $139.99 + GST (Regular price: $170 + GST).
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You will need to bring the “Inspection Request Form,” which can be purchased from the nearest registry office. We will not be able to process the inspection until we receive the Inspection Request Form.
You do not need to show us previous registration or insurance.
In Alberta, you cannot have window tint at front driver and pasenger’s window or front windshield. You can get a ticket as well that it must be removed for the inspection.
For the front windshield, you cannot exceed the crack size specified in the manual. “Section 4.1b – Reject if the windshield has crack or blemishes more than 12mm in diameter in the area swept by wipers.”
Also, you cannot have a check engine light, airbag light, or any safety warning lights. These issues must be cleared in order to pass the inspection.
For the out-of-province inspection, there are a total of 12 sections on the checklist. These sections cover all the safety-related items, such as the engine, suspension, brakes, tires, lighting, exterior condition, and more.
If your vehicle is newer or has been well-maintained, you are more likely to pass the inspection successfully.