If you are travelling in Québec, you may drive for 6 consecutive months with your licence that has been issued by another Canadian province or territory or another country, provided your licence: is...
Heavy vehicle operators may file an application to have liability for any type of accident withdrawn from their record.
If you are a student or trainee who is not a resident of Québec, you may drive with your foreign driver’s licence. Certain conditions apply.
Le Règlement sur l'indemnité forfaitaire pour préjudice non pécuniaire précise, pour les victimes d'accidents d'automobile survenus depuis le 1er janvier 2000, les conditions d'admissibilité, les règles d'évaluation ainsi que les modalités de calcul de cette indemnité. Les blessures subies dans un accident d'automobile peuvent entraîner de la douleur, de la souffrance psychique (perte d'estime de soi, tristesse, etc.), des difficultés à réaliser certaines activités (activités domestiques, de loisirs, etc.) et ainsi affecter la qualité de vie de la personne accidentée. L'indemnité forfaitaire pour préjudice non pécuniaire vise à reconnaître l'atteinte à la qualité de vie de la personne accidentée.
Québec’s public automobile insurance plan protects you if you are injured in a traffic accident.
Whether you are a tourist or a newcomer, you may receive compensation if you are injured or a loved one is killed in a traffic accident in Québec.
If you were involved in a traffic accident, the SAAQ is there to help you. Here is the procedure to follow to report your accident.
If you are left with permanent impairment as a result of a traffic accident, the SAAQ may compensate you.
If you are involved in a traffic accident outside Québec, the public automobile insurance plan protects you and the SAAQ is there to help you.
If you have lost a loved one in a traffic accident, the SAAQ is there to help you file a claim for death benefits and funeral expenses.
In Québec, certain vehicles do not have to be registered with the SAAQ.
A temporary registration certificate, or "transit", authorizes the operation of a vehicle for a limited period of time and for a specific use.
The Act to amend the Automobile Insurance Act, the Highway Safety Code and other provisions has been adopted by the National Assembly. The various provisions of the Act will come into force gradually...
How does one drive in Québec? With what licence? What does one do in the event of an accident? Whether you are a tourist or an immigrant, you can find everything you need to know in this section.
The Conduct Review Policy for Heavy Vehicle Owners and Operators provides a framework to monitor and assess the conduct of owners and operators.
Driver's licences Obtaining a Licence Passenger Vehicles (Class 5) Motorcycle (6A, 6B and 6C) and 3-Wheel (6E) Mopeds or Scooters (Class 6D) All-Terrain Vehicles and Snowmobiles Tractors (Class 8)...
Holders of a foreign licence are allowed to drive in Québec for 6 months. After that time, if they take up residence in Québec, they are required to hold a Québec licence.
Excessive noise from exhaust systems on motorcycles can be a source of distraction for road users and disturb the peace and tranquillity of residents.
Excessive noise from exhaust systems on mopeds and motorized scooter can be a source of distraction for road users and disturb the peace and tranquillity of residents.
The SAAQ can reimburse certain costs incurred to adapt a home when a traffic accident leaves a person disabled.