Automobile Insurance Motor Vehicle Inspection Report
The Automobile Insurance Motor Vehicle Inspection Report is required in Alberta for vehicles that are 12 years or older. It must be completed by a licensed mechanic in the province of Alberta. The inspection report helps to determine whether a particular vehicle is roadworthy and safe.
The main parts of the vehicle that it checks include steering, tires, brakes, electrical system, and the general condition of the automobile. The mechanic is also asked if the vehicle has been altered or modified to increase the speed or performance. The final result is to determine whether the mechanic feels the automobile is roadworthy or not.
You can view & print the insurance report here: http://www.registriesdirect.ca/pdf/VehicleInspection.pdf
The Alberta Superintendent of Insurance has approved the attached form pursuant to Section-803 of the Insurance Act. The top section can be completed by the person that is looking for insurance but the bottom section must be completed by a licensed mechanic.