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(Service québécois de changement d'adresse)
To have your change of address recorded over the Internet. Note that this applies only to individuals and cannot be used to have a change of business address recorded in connection with vehicle ownership, nor in a case of a jointly-owned vehicle..
Form to be filled out and signed by a minor's father, mother or guardian, giving consent to the issue of a licence to drive or to the licensing of a vehicle in the minor's name..
This form is for individuals (natural persons) only and cannot be used by businesses. It must be completed and signed by the person authorizing someone to act on his or her behalf to carry out a transaction at an SAAQ service outlets.
A fax or copy of a duly completed form can be accepted only if the required signature(s) is/are original. Note that certain transactions cannot be conducted by power of attorney. .
This form is for any persons who are prohibited from putting into operation, acquiring, renting, leasing and registering a road vehicle (ROA penalty) and who wish to have an exemption that would allow them:
This form is for persons who are subject to a penalty prohibiting them from putting into operation, acquiring, renting, leasing or registering a road vehicle (ROA penalty) and who wish to have an exemption that would allow them
Form for persons residing outside Québec who wish to obtain information about their driving record.
This form is used to apply for a review of a decision with which you disagree within 60 days of reception of the decision rendered by the compensation officer. Before filling out this form, consult the folder entitled The Administrative Review of a Decision by the Société de l'assurance automobile du Québec.
To be completed by the person whose licence was suspended for 30, 60 or 90 days for impaired driving or excessive speeding and for which the vehicle may also have been seized.
To be completed by any owner of a seized vehicle who wants to recover the vehicle before the end of the 30-day seizure and impoundment period. However, if you are the owner of the vehicle and you were the person driving at the time of seizure for impaired driving or excessive speeding, you must complete the "Application for Review of Suspension of a Licence or the Right to Obtain One" form to have the licence suspension and vehicle seizure lifted, if applicable.
Form to request the payment of expenses for personal home assistance if the accident victim is unable to attend to personal care or perform essential activities of daily life without assistance.
Form to request the payment of expenses for personal assistance during temporary leave from a rehabilitation or residential care centre. The accident victim must be unable to attend to personal care or perform essential activities of daily life without assistance.
Form to be filled out by the employer of an accident victim who held full-time or part-time employment at the time of the accident and who is unable to hold that employment or was unable to hold it for more than 7 days after the accident.
Form to be filled out by the educational institution of an accident victim age 16 or older who was a student on a full-time basis.
Form to be filled out by the educational institution of an accident victim age 16 or older who was a full-time student or a dependent age 18 or older who was a full-time student.
This consent form allows the SAAQ to disclose the personal information held in its records about you to someone you designate, according to the choice(s) you indicate on the form. Other, more specific forms may be required for your consent to disclose some types of information or in certain situations.
This form is used to authorize the SAAQ to contact, by telephone, a person you have designated in order to provide general information concerning your claim file. This authorization excludes medical information.
The person who accompanies an accident victim, or who is required to be present, can use this form to claim an availability allowance, as well as travel, meal and lodging expenses.
Form to be filled out to claim compensation in connection with a road accident, for an inability to perform activities and for accident-related expenses.
Form to be filled out by a Service Canada centre or a Québec local employment centre when an accident victim was receiving Employment Insurance benefits or an employment-assistance allowance at the time of the accident.
Form to be filled out by the employer of an accident victim who had guaranteed employment that he or she would have held had the accident not occurred.
Form to be filled out to claim a death benefit in connection with a road accident: to the surviving spouse, dependants and a lump sum to cover funeral expenses.
This is the form to use to file a compensation claim if your vehicle or other property was damaged in a collision with a motor vehicle, and the owner or driver of the vehicle that caused the accident cannot be identified.
Form to be filled out and signed by the person identified as liquidator or representative of the heirs requesting a transfer of ownership of a vehicle belonging to the deceased person. If there is more than one liquidator, only one of them need sign, on condition that the liquidator declares that he or she is acting in agreement with the other liquidator(s).
To request an assessment to have air bags deactivated in a vehicle. Form must be printed out to be completed. Read the brochure: Air Bag Deactivation.
Form size: 8 1/2" x 14". You must print it on LEGAL size paper.
This form is for the use of claimants who want to have road accident-related compensation payments deposited into their account at a financial institution, or change their banking data.
Form to be filled out to claim disabled parking permit.
Must be completed by any heavy vehicle driver who wants to register with the Excellence Program for Heavy Vehicle Drivers.
You can use this form to claim travel, meal and lodging expenses incurred to receive care or undergo treatment.
This form is intended for those who want to register by mail for an assessment by the Association des intervenants en dépendance du Québec (AIDQ).
You can register directly on the AIDQ’s Web site (in French only).
This form is for anyone wishing to report an incident that appeared to involve non-compliant behaviour (fraud, invalid licence, etc.) on the part of a road vehicle dealer.
Form to be submitted along with a claim for compensation filed electronically by an applicant other than the accident victim or the parent of a minor child.
This form is used to collect information about the training and work experience of the accident victim.
Businesses and public agencies
Please note that the forms are intended for use only by businesses with headquarters located outside Québec and by individuals.
Form for businesses and organizations to obtain a copy of heavy vehicle owner or operator's driving record.
Allows an insurer, employer or vehicle fleet owner access to the driving record of a licence holder whose signed consent is needed. Find out the cost.
Allows an insurer, employer or vehicle fleet owner access, through a designated representative, to the driving record of a licence holder whose signed consent is needed. Find out the cost.
Form for the use and signature by officers of private companies doing business in Québec, and outside Québec, by officers of government departments and agencies, municipal corporations and insurance companies. Find out the cost.
This form is for heavy vehicle operators to send proof of non-liability (other than proof provided by an insurance company) with respect to accidents that the SAAQ has entered in their heavy vehicle owner and operator records.
This form allows bodies exercising judicial powers outside of Québec to request an attestation confirming a vehicle’s ownership or whether it is authorized for road use, or an individual’s right to drive.
Allows an insurer or investigator to get the ownership history of a road vehicle as part of a road vehicle theft or fraud investigation, or allows a creditor to obtain a road vehicle owner's contact information for a vehicle ownership claim.
Allows an insurer to obtain a road vehicle owner's contact information and additional information, when such information is required to process a claim for compensation in connection with an accident involving an automobile.
Needed for travel with a vehicle or vehicle combination whose load or dimensions exceed those set forth in the Vehicle Load and Size Limits Regulation.