Driver's License FAQs
A: All scheduling for tests and Driver’s Education set ups can be done in our office. Please note if you are under the age of 18, Manitoba Public Insurance requires a parent or legal guardian to co-sign.
A: You can obtain a driver’s abstract in our office for a $10 fee. The driver’s abstract provides driving history for the past 10 years.
A: Manitoba Public Insurance offers two different types of ID Cards; a Basic Photo ID Card and an Enhanced ID Card. You will need to be approved by Manitoba Public Insurance for the Enhanced ID Card; this card allows you to travel across the border either by land or water.
A: To perform an address change you will need to attend our office for a new photo. Changing your permanent address will result in a new Driver’s License or ID Card to be issued, which will result in a $10 or $15 charge.