Driving and roads
Information about road conditions, driver’s licences, vehicle registration, emissions testing, and commercial vehicles.
- Renew a licence that will expire soon or a licence that expired less than 1 year ago
- Pay defaulted fines and driver’s licence reinstatement
- Renew a licence that expired more than 1 year ago
- Renew your licence, if you are 80 years or older
- Change the personal information (name, address, etc.) that appears on your licence
- Replace a lost, stolen or damaged licence
- Medical review for Ontario drivers
Visitors, travellers, new residents
- Visiting Ontario: know what you need to drive here
- Travelling outside Ontario: renew your licence while you’re away
- Crossing U.S. border: if you’re going by road or water, get a NEXUS card to use instead of a passport
- Moving to Ontario: switch your licence for an Ontario driver’s licence
Truck and bus drivers
- Get a truck driver’s licence
(full Class A, restricted Class A and Class D)
- Get a bus driver’s licence
(school bus, transit and ambulance)
- Medical, Vision and hearing standards for commercial drivers
- Commercial vehicles
Check the status of an Ontario driver’s licence for free.
Renew your licence plate online up to six months before it expires.
Older heavy diesel vehicles need to pass an emissions test before you can renew their registration and licence plates, or register the vehicle to a new owner.
Accessible Parking Permits (APP)
Highway traveler information
See road closures, collisions, traffic and construction on Ontario’s highways.
View traffic on one of 600+ cameras across Ontario.
You can also find High Occupancy Vehicle and High Occupancy Toll (HOV/HOT) lanes and carpool lots.
Ontario 511 mobile app
Get the new 511 app. If you are a truck driver, you can use it to get information you need while delivering goods across the province.
Moving people and goods safely, efficiently and sustainably across Ontario to improve quality of life and support a globally competitive economy.
Driver licences, licence plates, health cards, birth certificates and other services provided by the Ontario Government.
Making smart, targeted infrastructure investments to make our roads safer, commutes easier and communities healthier — protecting what matters most to people for future generations.