eFacility User Guide - Alberta Ministry of Transportation

eFacility User Guide - Alberta Ministry of Transportation
eFacility User Guide
Alberta’s Vehicle Inspection Program
A guide for using Alberta’s eFacility system.
Table of Contents
Logging into eFacility.................................................................................................................................................... 3
Creating User IDs ...................................................................................................................................................... 4
How to Enter an Out of Province Inspection............................................................................................................... 6
How to Enter a Salvage Inspection ............................................................................................................................ 12
How to Enter a Salvage Inspection on a Commercial Vehicle at Different Facilities ............................................... 16
How to enter a Commercial Vehicle Inspection........................................................................................................ 22
Decals.......................................................................................................................................................................... 29
Decal Replacement ................................................................................................................................................ 29
Decal Management ................................................................................................................................................ 30
Helpful Tips................................................................................................................................................................. 33
Frequently asked questions ....................................................................................................................................... 34
Index ........................................................................................................................................................................... 40
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Logging into eFacility
1. Open your internet browser (i.e. Internet Explorer, Safari, Mozilla Firefox, etc.) and go to
https://www.trans.gov.ab.ca/TravisWebLogin/redirect.htm
2. Enter your User Name and Password and click the “Submit” button. User names and passwords are issued by
Alberta Transportation. If you do not have a user name and password go to “Creating User ID’s”
3. Select the “eFacility” link.
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Creating User IDs
1. Open your internet browser (i.e. Internet Explorer, Safari, Mozilla Firefox, etc.) and go to
https://www.trans.gov.ab.ca/TravisWebLogin/redirect.htm
2. Click the “Register” link below the login:
3. Users must select “I Agree” to continue:
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4. Select “eFacility” from the list of available services:
5. Fill in the required user information. Required information will be highlighted in orange.
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First Name: Enter the user’s first name
Last Name: Enter the user’s last name
Phone: Enter the user’s work phone number
Individual Work E-mail: Enter the user’s email address. NOTE – This is the email address where all
password resets are sent. Each user should have their own private email address.
MVID: Enter the user’s Motor Vehicle Identification Number (MVID). This number can be found under the
barcode of any Alberta Driver’s Licence. It is 9 digits in the format of XXXX-XXXXX. If the user does not have
an Alberta Driver’s Licence, contact Alberta Transportation at 780-427-8901 or [email protected]
Facility ID: Enter the facility number of the facility where the user will be entering inspections. If the user is
completing inspections at more than one facility, enter one facility number and contact Alberta
Transportation at [email protected] or call 780-427-8901.
6. Verify the information and click the button below the form
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7. A confirmation email will be sent to the email address provided. Once Alberta Transportation has approved
the request a second email will be sent with a temporary password.
HOW TO ENTER AN OUT OF PROVINCE INSPECTION
1. Click the “Start” button:
2. Make sure the correct facility name and number are shown at the top of the screen. Select “Out of Province”
from the ‘Inspection Type’ drop down menu:
3. Select the type of vehicle being inspected from the ‘Vehicle Type’ drop down menu. NOTE - Vehicle type
definitions can be found in the Facility Operating Manual or the Automotive & Light Truck Vehicle Inspection
Manual:
4. Enter the number of the technician completing the inspection. NOTE – Technician numbers start with an “A”
or “B” and can be found on the technician’s blue wallet card:
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5. Enter either the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) or the VAC (Vehicle Access Code). The VIN can be found
on the VIN plate located on the lower left hand corner of the dash (visible through the windshield) or on the
door decal. The VAC can be found on the registration documents for the vehicle. NOTE - Do not rely on the
accuracy of registration documents. Always verify that the VIN on the vehicle is the same as the VIN on the
registration:
6. Click the “Find Vehicle” icon:
Vehicle information should appear. NOTE – This information is taken from the Motor Vehicle Database. If
the information is incorrect, re-check the VIN or VAC. If it is still incorrect, have the customer visit the nearest
Registry Office.
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If the Motor Vehicle Database is unavailable the inspection can continue, but the following message will
appear:
If a VIN or VAC cannot be found, the following message will appear:
Click the “Retry” button to try entering the VIN or VAC again. Clicking “Enter Manually” will display blank
fields and the information will have to be entered before continuing with the inspection.
7. Select the brake type from the drop down menu:
8. Enter the odometer reading:
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9. Select the Province or State the vehicle is currently registered in (or where it is coming from):
10. Enter the owner information as it appears on the registration or if the vehicle is not registered, enter the
name of the person presenting the vehicle for inspection. NOTE – if the vehicle is dealer inventory, enter the
name of the dealership:
11. Click “Next” to continue:
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12. Complete each section of the Record of Inspection by selecting either “P” for pass, “F” for failed, or “NA” for
not applicable. NOTE – Clicking on the “P”, “F” or “NA” link at the top of each section will mark all the radio
buttons for that section:
13. Indicate if the vehicle “Passed” or “Failed” the inspection by clicking the radio buttons at the bottom of the
screen:
14. Click the “Next” button.
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15. Click the “Confirm & Save” Button. NOTE – Clicking this button will create the inspection certificate with the
inspection date.
16. Click the “View/Print Certificate” button. Print 3 copies of the inspection certificate: one is for the vehicle
owner to keep, one is for the vehicle owner to give to Registries, and one is for the facility to keep. The
technician must sign all 3 copies.
IMPORTANT – Inform the vehicle owner they have 14 days to take the inspection certificate to a
Registry Office. After 14 days the certificate is no longer valid.
17. Click the “View/Print Record of Inspection” button. Print 2 copies of the record of inspection: one for the
vehicle owner and one for the facility to keep. The technician and the customer must sign both copies.
IMPORTANT – If the vehicle failed the inspection, inform the vehicle owner they have 10 days to
have the vehicle repaired and return it for a re-inspection.
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How to Enter a Salvage Inspection
1. Click the “Start” button”:
2. Make sure the correct facility name and number are shown at the top of the screen. Select “Out of Province”
from the ‘Inspection Type’ drop down menu:
3. Select the type of vehicle being inspected from the ‘Vehicle Type’ drop down menu. NOTE - Vehicle type
definitions can be found in the Facility Operating Manual or the Automotive & Light Truck Vehicle Inspection
Manual:
4. Enter the facility number for the facility completing the mechanical portion of the inspection. NOTE – If the
same facility is completing both the structural and mechanical portions of the inspection, enter the same
facility number:
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5. Enter the number of the technician completing the structural portion of the inspection. If the same facility is
completing both the structural and mechanical portions, the mechanical technician number will also need to
be entered:
6. Enter either the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) or the VAC (Vehicle Access Code). The VIN can be found
on the VIN plate located on the lower left hand corner of the dash (visible through the windshield) or on the
door decal. The VAC can be found on the registration documents for the vehicle. NOTE - Do not rely on the
accuracy of registration documents. Always verify that the VIN on the vehicle is the same as the VIN on the
registration:
7. Click the “Find Vehicle” icon:
Vehicle information should appear. NOTE – This information is taken from the Motor Vehicle Database. If
the information is incorrect, re-check the VIN or VAC. If it is still incorrect, have the customer visit the nearest
Registry Office.
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If the Motor Vehicle Database is unavailable the inspection can continue, but the following message will
appear:
If a VIN or VAC cannot be found, the following message will appear:
Click the “Retry” button to try entering the VIN or VAC again. Clicking “Enter Manually” will display blank
fields and the information will have to be entered before continuing with the inspection.
8. Select the brake type from the drop down menu:
9. Enter the odometer reading:
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10. Select the Province or State the vehicle is currently registered in (or where it is coming from):
11. Enter the owner information as it appears on the registration or if the vehicle is not registered, enter the
name of the person presenting the vehicle for inspection. NOTE – if the vehicle is dealer inventory, enter the
name of the dealership:
12. Click “Next”:
13. For facilities doing both parts of the inspection (structural & mechanical), the entire Record of Inspection will
be displayed. For facilities only doing the structural part, only the structural part of the Record of Inspection
will be displayed.
14. If the same facility is completing the structural and mechanical portions of the inspection click “Next” to
continue. If different facilities are completing each portion, click “Forward”. NOTE – Clicking the “Forward”
button will send the inspection to the Mechanical Facility.
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How to Enter a Salvage Inspection for a Commercial Vehicle (Different
Facilities)
1. Click the “Start” button”:
2. Make sure the correct facility name and number are shown at the top of the screen. Select “Out of
Province” from the ‘Inspection Type’ drop down menu:
3. Select the type of vehicle being inspected from the ‘Vehicle Type’ drop down menu. NOTE - Vehicle type
definitions can be found in the Facility Operating Manual or the Automotive & Light Truck Vehicle
Inspection Manual:
4. Enter the facility number for the facility completing the mechanical portion of the inspection.
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5. Enter the number of the technician completing the inspection. NOTE – Technician numbers start with an
“A” or “B” and can be found on the technician’s blue wallet card:
6. Enter either the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) or the VAC (Vehicle Access Code). The VIN can be found
on the VIN plate located on the lower left hand corner of the dash (visible through the windshield) or on the
door decal. The VAC can be found on the registration documents for the vehicle. NOTE - Do not rely on the
accuracy of registration documents. Always verify that the VIN on the vehicle is the same as the VIN on the
registration:
7. Click the “Find Vehicle” icon:
Vehicle information should appear. NOTE – This information is taken from the Motor Vehicle Database. If
the information is incorrect, re-check the VIN or VAC. If it is still incorrect, have the customer visit the nearest
Registry Office.
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If the Motor Vehicle Database is unavailable the inspection can continue, but the following message will
appear:
If a VIN or VAC cannot be found, the following message will appear:
Click the “Retry” button to try entering the VIN or VAC again. Clicking “Enter Manually” will display blank
fields and the information will have to be entered before continuing with the inspection.
8. Select the brake type from the drop down menu:
9. Enter the odometer reading:
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10. Select the Province or State the vehicle is currently registered in (or where it is coming from):
11. Enter the owner information as it appears on the registration or if the vehicle is not registered, enter the
name of the person presenting the vehicle for inspection. NOTE – if the vehicle is dealer inventory, enter the
name of the dealership:
12. Click “Next”:
13. For facilities only doing the structural part, only the structural part of the Record of Inspection will be
displayed.
14. Since different facilities are completing each portion, click “Forward”. NOTE – Clicking the “Forward” button
will send the inspection to the Mechanical Facility.
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15. The Mechanical facility will now have the inspection show up on their ‘Search’ page. The Status will be
‘Received’ and clicking ‘Open’ will continue the inspection.
16. After clicking ‘Open’, enter the Mechanical Technician Number, and click ‘Next’.
17. Facilities only doing the mechanical part, only the mechanical part of the Record of Inspection will be
displayed. Complete the Record of Inspection and click ‘Return’.
NOTE – Clicking the “Return” button will send the inspection to the Structural Facilities ‘Search’ screen.
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18. The Structural facility will now have the inspection show up on their ‘Search’ page. The Status will be
‘Received’ and clicking ‘Open’ will continue the inspection.
19. The structural facility will double check their record of inspection and click ‘Next’
20. The structural facility will enter the decal number given to them from the mechanical facility. Click ‘Confirm
and Save’ to generate the certificates and record of inspection
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How to Enter a Commercial Vehicle inspection
1. Click the “Start” button:
2. Make sure the correct facility name and number are shown at the top of the screen. Select “Out of Province”
from the ‘Inspection Type’ drop down menu:
3. Select the type of vehicle being inspected from the ‘Vehicle Type’ drop down menu. NOTE - Vehicle type
definitions can be found in the Facility Operating Manual or the Automotive & Light Truck Vehicle Inspection
Manual:
4. Enter the number of the technician completing the inspection. NOTE – Technician numbers start with an “A”
or “B” and can be found on the technician’s blue wallet card:
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5. Enter either the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) or the VAC (Vehicle Access Code). The VIN can be found
on the VIN plate located on the lower left hand corner of the dash (visible through the windshield) or on the
door decal. The VAC can be found on the registration documents for the vehicle. NOTE - Do not rely on the
accuracy of registration documents. Always verify that the VIN on the vehicle is the same as the VIN on the
registration:
NOTE – If the vehicle is a trailer and does not have a VIN, check the “No Vin” box:
Once you have completed the remaining information and click “Next” you will see the following pop-up:
You need to contact Vehicle Safety prior to continuing the inspection. Vehicle Safety staff will review the
vehicle history and inform you if an assigned VIN is required.
6. Click the “Find Vehicle” icon:
Vehicle information should appear. NOTE – This information is taken from the Motor Vehicle Database. If
the information is incorrect, re-check the VIN or VAC. If it is still incorrect, have the customer visit the nearest
Registry Office.
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If the Motor Vehicle Database is unavailable the inspection can continue, but the following message will
appear:
If a VIN or VAC cannot be found, the following message will appear:
Click the “Retry” button to try entering the VIN or VAC again. Clicking “Enter Manually” will display blank
fields and the information will have to be entered before continuing with the inspection.
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7. Select the brake type from the drop down menu:
8. Enter the odometer reading:
9. Select the Province or State the vehicle is currently registered in (or where it is coming from):
10. Enter the owner information as it appears on the registration or if the vehicle is not registered, enter the
name of the person presenting the vehicle for inspection. NOTE – if the vehicle is dealer inventory, enter the
name of the dealership:
11. Click “Next” to continue:
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12. Select the measurement type you would like to use. NOTE – The measurement type selected will apply to the
entire Record of Inspection.
13. Select the number of axles required. NOTE – For vehicles with more than 5 axles, record the additional
measurements in the “Notes” section.
14. Complete each section of the Record of Inspection by selecting either “P” for pass, “F” for failed, or “NA” for
not applicable. NOTE – Clicking on the “P”, “F” or “NA” link at the top of each section will mark all the radio
buttons for that section:
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15. Indicate if the vehicle “Passed” or “Failed” the inspection by clicking the radio buttons at the bottom of the
screen:
16. Click the “Next” button.
17. Enter the decal number that is being used for the inspection:
18. Click the “Confirm & Save” Button. NOTE – Clicking this button will create the inspection certificate with the
inspection date.
19. Click the “View/Print Certificate” button. Print 3 copies of the inspection certificate: one is for the vehicle
owner to keep, one is for the vehicle owner to give to Registries, and one is for the facility to keep. The
technician must sign all 3 copies.
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20. Click the “View/Print Record of Inspection” button. Print 2 copies of the record of inspection: one for the
vehicle owner and one for the facility to keep. The technician and the customer must sign both copies.
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DECALS
Decal Replacement
1. Click the Search button:
2. Click the “Decal Replacement” tab at the top of the screen:
3. Enter the number of the decal being replaced or the VIN of the vehicle:
4. Click the “Search” link:
5. The vehicle information will populate automatically. Compare this information to the vehicle that is being
presented for the decal replacement.
6. Enter the technician number of the technician replacing the decal:
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7. Enter the decal number that is being used as the replacement:
8. Click the “Confirm & Save” button:
9. Click the “View/Print (New) Certificate” link:
Decal Management
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What do I do with a decal that has been damaged or was punched wrong?
Send an email to [email protected] and write “CANCEL DECAL” in the subject line. In the email,
include the number of the decal that was damaged. After the email has been sent, the decal can be
destroyed
2. What do I do if I cannot find a decal or book of decals?
Send an email to [email protected] and write “MISSING DECAL” in the subject line. In the email,
include the number(s) of the decal(s) that are missing.
3. I put the decal on the wrong vehicle. What do I do?
Send an email to [email protected] or call 780-427-8901, toll free within Alberta by first dialing
310-0000. Explain the error and a Records Analyst will let you know how it can be corrected.
4. I’m running low on decals. How do I order more?
Contact Transtrue at [email protected] or 780-450-3400, toll free at 1-866-756-3400. They will send you an
order form for more decals. Payment is required at the time of ordering. Completed order forms can be
emailed to [email protected] or faxed to 1-866-490-5202.
5. Can I replace a decal originally issued using a carbon copy inspection certificate?
Yes. Refer to the “Decal Replacement” procedure. If the decal number you enter cannot be found, contact a
Records Analyst at 780-427-8901, toll free within Alberta by first dialing 310-0000.
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How to Search a Vehicle Inspection
1. Click the Search button.
2. Enter the criteria for which you would like to search. Use more than one field to narrow the possibilities of your
query.
a. Enter the VIN (Vehicle Identification number). The VIN can be found on the VIN plate located on the lower left
hand corner of the dash (visible through the windshield) or on the door decal.
b. Enter the VAC (Vehicle Access Code). VAC can be found on the registration documents for the vehicle or the
Vehicle Request for Inspection.
c. Enter the Plate of the vehicle.
d. Enter the type of inspection for which you would like to search (Commercial, Out of Province, or Salvage).
e. Enter the number of the inspection technician who completed the inspection and issued the certificates. This
number can be located on the technician blue wallet license issued by Alberta transportation. The technician
must be licensed for the vehicle and program types being performed during this inspection.
f. Enter the technician’s first name. You may obtain results for more than one vehicle using this method.
g. Enter the technician’s last name. You may obtain results for more than one vehicle using this method.
h. Enter the first date in the period for which you would like to view. This field must be used with the last date
search criteria.
i. Enter the last date in the period for which you would like to view. This field must be used with the first date
search criteria.
j. Enter the owner’s first name which appears on the certificate. You may obtain results for more than one vehicle
using this method.
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k. Enter the owner’s last name. You may obtain results for more than one vehicle using this method.
l. Enter the certificate number you would like to search. If you do not choose an inspection type you may receive
results for all programs that you are licensed for.
m. Enter the organization’s name at the time of inspection.
n. Enter the unit number for the vehicle. You may obtain results for more than one vehicle using this method.
o. Choose the vehicle status. You may obtain results for more than one vehicle using this method.
p. Choose whether the vehicle has Passed or Failed. You may obtain results for more than one vehicle using this
method.
3. Click the Search button.
4. The certificates relating to the search criteria entered will appear. Choose the certificate that is required and use
the action field to open the certificate by clicking open.
5. The certificate will open. At this point, the option to Print/View the Inspection or Record of inspection is available.
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HELPFUL TIPS
Now that your facility has joined eFacility you will no longer be able to issue carbon copy certificates. eFacility is
meant to be a user friendly system, so at anytime you have a question or concern please feel free to contact
Alberta Transportation via email at [email protected], by calling toll free 310 0000 or 780 427 8901.
Alberta Transportation suggests that each technician working in your facility have an assigned ID and password.
User IDs and password can be deactivated if the technician does decide that they no longer want to be part of the
program or if they change facilities. Each user ID must be maintained by the facility. If a technician leaves a facility,
the facility contact must inform Alberta Transportation immediately. User IDs must be at least a minimum of 6
characters long. IDs must be in the format of Firstname. Last name. FacilityNumber. Alberta Transportation
suggests that you save the link to the website in your Favorites menu in your Internet Explorer or as a link on your
desk top.
Dates cannot be changed on inspections as the date is automatically populated. If an out of province or salvage
vehicle inspection is completed but the client is not coming in to pick up the vehicle for a couple of days Save the
record of inspection but do not confirm & save. You can retrieve and inspection that has been saved by using the
search functions on the main login page. Commercial inspections are valid until the end of the month of issue.
Use the Help and support guide on the main page after logging in. As well, consult your technician and facility
operating manuals. These will be the best methods for obtaining information. Alberta Transportation’s help desk
hours are Monday through Friday from 8:15am through 4:30pm, closed on all statutory holidays. Phone 780 427
8901.
Commercial facilities will have to actively monitor their decal inventory. Decals can be ordered from Transtrue
vehicle safety at 1 866 756 3400.These may take awhile to be sent to your facility.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Should each one of the technicians working in my facility have different login IDs?
Yes. Alberta Transportation suggests that each technician working in your facility have an assigned ID and
password. User IDs and password can be deactivated, if the technician does decided that they no longer want to
be part of the program or if they change facilities. Each user id must be maintained by the facility. If a technician
does leave, the facility contact must inform Alberta transportation immediately. See how to request new User IDs
in this guide.
Can I change the date on an inspection?
No. Dates cannot be changed on inspections as the date is automatically populated. If an out of province or
salvage vehicle inspection is completed but the client is not coming in to pick up the vehicle for a couple of days
Save the Record of Inspection but do not confirm & save. You can retrieve and inspection that has been saved by
using the search functions on the main login page. Commercial inspections are valid until the end of the month of
issue.
What Should I do if I have issued an out of province or a salvage certificate issued and the client has not picked
up the vehicle?
Call the vehicle owner and notify them that the inspection certificate will expire in 14 days from the date of
inspection. They do not need to register the vehicle but they will need to bring the certificate in to a registry office
to have the vehicle status updated. After the 14 day, expiry a new inspection will have to be completed before the
status can be changed.
I’m getting an error message that I do not understand?
Use the Help and Support Guide on the main page after logging in. Alberta Transportation’s help desk hours are
Monday through Friday from 8:15am through 4:30pm, closed on all statutory holidays. Phone 780 427 8901.
I forgot my password?
On the log in screen enter your user name and click on the "I forgot my password" link. An email requesting the
confirmation to reset your password will be sent to your email. Alberta Transportation’s help desk hours are
Monday through Friday from 8:15am through 4:30pm, closed on all statutory holidays. Phone 780 427 8901.
I’m running out of commercial decals, how do I get more?
Decals can be ordered from Transtrue Vehicle Safety at 1 866 756 3400.
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Error Messages
Error Message
This is a mandatory field.
This field must be a number.
Facility was not found.
Facility license has expired.
Facility license will expire on {xxxx/xx/xx}.
Facility license is SUSPENDED.
Facility license has been CANCELLED.
Facility license has WITHDRAWN from Vehicle
Inspection Program.
Facility license has been CLOSED.
Facility is not licensed to perform inspection on
{xxxx/xx/xx}.
Facility is not licensed to do mechanical inspections.
Please enter Facility Name.
Please enter Facility Number.
Mechanical facility license has expired.
Mechanical facility license is SUSPENDED.
Mechanical facility license has been CANCELLED.
Mechanical facility license has WITHDRAWN from
Vehicle Inspection Program.
Mechanical facility license has been CLOSED.
Mechanical facility is not licensed to perform
inspection on {0}.
Please enter Mechanical Facility number.
Technician number was not found.
Technician license has expired.
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What Do I do?
This is a required field. A value must be entered
This field must be number.
Recheck the facility number that was entered. The
number can be found on the facility license issued by
Alberta Transportation.
Contact Transtrue Vehicle Safety at 1-866-756-3400 to
book an audit.
Contact Transtrue Vehicle Safety at 1-866-756-3400 to
book an audit.
Contact Vehicle Safety Investigations at
[email protected] or 780-427-7873.
Contact Vehicle Safety at [email protected] or 780427-8901
Contact Vehicle Safety at [email protected] 780427-8901
Contact Transtrue Vehicle Safety at 1-866-756-3400 to
book an audit.
Contact Vehicle Safety at [email protected] 780427-8901.
Contact Vehicle Safety at [email protected] 780427-8901.
Facility name appears on the license issued by Alberta
Transportation
Facility number appears on the license issued by Alberta
Transportation
Contact Transtrue Vehicle Safety at 1-866-756-3400 to
book an audit.
Contact Vehicle Safety Investigations at
[email protected] 780-427-7873.
Contact Vehicle Safety at [email protected] 780427-8901.
Contact Vehicle Safety at [email protected] 780427-8901.
Contact Transtrue Vehicle Safety at 1-866-756-3400 to
book an audit.
Contact Transtrue Vehicle Safety at 1-866-756-3400 to
book an audit.
Enter the facility name that appears on the license issued
by Alberta Transportation.
Technician number can be found on the blue wallet license
issued by Alberta Transportation
Visit http://www.transportation.alberta.ca/VIPlicensing to
obtain a renewal application.
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Error Message
Technician license will expire on {xxxx/xx/xx}.
Technician license is SUSPENDED.
Technician license is CANCELLED.
What Do I do?
Visit www.transportation.alberta.ca/viplicensing to obtain
a renewal application.
Contact Vehicle Safety Investigation at
[email protected] or 780-427-7823.
Contact Vehicle Safety at [email protected] 780427-8901.
Technician has WITHDRAWN from Vehicle
Inspection Program.
Contact Vehicle Safety at [email protected] 780427-8901.
Technician license has been CLOSED.
Contact Vehicle Safety at [email protected] or 780427-8901.
Technician cannot complete this type of inspection.
See the technician’s blue wallet card for a list of available
program types.
See the technician’s blue wallet card for a list of available
vehicle types.
Technician cannot complete an inspection for this
vehicle type.
Technician number cannot be less than 5 characters. Technician number can be found on the blue wallet license
issued by Alberta Transportation
Please enter Technician Number.
Technician number can be found on the blue wallet license
issued by Alberta transportation
Technician cannot inspect this brake type.
Please consult the inspection manual for the inspection
type being preformed
Vehicle must have brakes.
Only trailers may be entered with no brake type
You are not registered as a user in GOA LDAP
Contact Vehicle Safety at [email protected] or 780directory or your password wrong.
427-8901.
You do not have eFacility Internal Access user role.
Contact Vehicle Safety at [email protected] 780427-8901.
Currently Facility and Technician Information
System is down, so you may have to enter some of
Facility and Technician details manually and these
details will be verified once system will be up.
You are not registered as an internal user.
Please log in to
https://www.trans.gov.ab.ca/TravisWebLogin/redirect.htm
Decal has been reported to Alberta Transportation
Please enter another decal number or contact the Records
as missing.
Analyst at 780-422-9135.
Please enter Number only.
Can not contain any letters.
Decal is not found.
Recheck the decal number entered. Contact Vehicle Safety
at [email protected] or 780-427-8901 to verify that
these decals have been issued to your facility
Decal not assigned to facility.
Recheck the decal number entered. Contact Vehicle Safety
at [email protected] or 780-427-8901 to verify that
these decals have been issued to your facility
Decal number has been already issued.
This decal has been issued to another vehicle. Recheck the
decal number entered. Contact Vehicle Safety at
[email protected] 780-427-8901
Decal number has been cancelled.
Recheck the decal number entered. Contact Vehicle Safety
Last Updated: January 2014
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Error Message
Decal has been revoked by Alberta Transportation.
Decal has already been used
Decal number has been already issued to another
inspection.
Please select Inspection Type.
You cannot change this inspection.
Please select PASSED or FAILED.
Please select either Trailer or Converter.
Please deselect all fails in each section or select
FAILED.
No vehicle inspection can be done because of
current vehicle status.
Due to current vehicle status, only a Salvage Vehicle
Inspection can be completed. Facility is also licensed
to perform a salvage inspection on {vehicle type}.
Due to current vehicle status, only a Salvage Vehicle
Inspection can be completed. Facility cannot
perform a salvage inspection on {xxx\xx\xx}.
Due to current vehicle status, only a Salvage Vehicle
Inspection can be completed. Facility is not licensed
to perform a salvage inspection.
Please search the vehicle by using Find Vehicle
button.
Please enter Make.
Please enter Model.
Please enter Year.
Please enter Brake Type.
Please enter Odometer.
Please select KM/ML.
Please enter Jurisdiction.
Please enter Unit.
Last Updated: January 2014
What Do I do?
at [email protected] or 780-427-8901
Contact Vehicle Safety Investigation at
[email protected] or 780-427-7823.
Consult the user guide for how to search for an inspection.
Consult the user guide for how to search for an inspection.
Choose the type of inspection being performed. Only
programs the facility is licenses for will be permitted.
(These can be found on the facility license posted.)
Inspections cannot be changed after a certificate is issued.
Contact Vehicle Safety at [email protected] or
780-427-8901
Choose either Passed or Failed
See Inspection manuals for definitions.
Review the Record of Inspection. If the section has been
failed, you will need to change the selection to a pass or
select passed at the bottom of the Record of Inspection to
continue on.
Contact Vehicle Safety at [email protected] 780427-8901.
Check the request for inspection for the type of inspection
required. If the vehicle owner does not have a request for
inspection they will be required to obtain one from their
local registry office.
This information can be found on the facility license issued
by Alberta Transportation.
Contact Vehicle Safety at [email protected] or
780-427-8901.
This information can be found on the Vehicle registration
document, on the request for inspection, or the
manufacturer’s label on the side of the driver side door
This information can be found on the Vehicle registration
document, on the request for inspection, or the
manufacturer’s label on the side of the driver side door
This information can be found on the Vehicle registration
document, on the request for inspection, or the
manufacturer’s label on the side of the driver side door
Only trailers may be entered with no brake type
Enter the odometer reading from the odometer in the
dash.
Enter either KM for kilometers or ML for miles
Enter the province for which the vehicle is registered or
plated
Enter a unit number if available or N/A(not applicable)
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Error Message
Please enter GVW.
Please select GVW Metric.
Please enter either the GVW or Seating Capacity.
VIN should be empty for 'No VIN'.
Only for Commercial Trailer Inspection, No VIN is
available.
All fields cannot be blank. Please enter either the
VIN or VAC, or select No VIN.
Both fields cannot be blank. Please enter either the
VIN or VAC.
Please enter only maximum 17 characters for VIN.
Please select brake Hydraulic/Electric or Air.
What Do I do?
Enter a GVW( Gross Vehicle Weight) number if available or
N/A(not applicable)
Select KM or MI
Enter a GVW( Gross Vehicle Weight)or a seating capacity
which can be found on the registration documents or the
manufacturer’s label on the inside of the driver side door
No VIN should be entered
Click the NO VIN check box. Send email to
[email protected] call 780-427-8901
The VIN can be found on the VIN plate located on the
lower left hand corner of the dash (visible through the
windshield) or on the door decal. The VAC can be found on
the registration documents for the vehicle.
The VIN can be found on the VIN plate located on the
lower left hand corner of the dash (visible through the
windshield) or on the door decal. The VAC can be found on
the registration documents for the vehicle.
Can be found on the VIN plate located on the lower left
hand corner of the dash (visible through the windshield) or
on the door decal.
Only trailers maybe entered with no brake type
The vehicle you entered could not be found. Please
check the numbers you entered and try again, or
search by VIN.
The VIN can be found on the VIN plate located on the
lower left hand corner of the dash (visible through the
windshield) or on the door decal. The VAC can be found on
the registration documents for the vehicle. If the vehicle
cannot be found, It will be required input all the vehicle
information manually. This will also happen for vehicles
which are not registered in the province of Alberta.
The vehicle you entered could not be found. Please
check the numbers you entered and try again.
The VIN can be found on the VIN plate located on the
lower left hand corner of the dash (visible through the
windshield) or on the door decal. The VAC can be found on
the registration documents for the vehicle. If the vehicle
cannot be found, It will be required input all the vehicle
information manually. This will also happen for vehicles
which are not registered in the province of Alberta.
Vehicle Identification Number search facility is not
available right now.
If the vehicle could not be found. It will be required to put
all the vehicle information in. This will also happen for
vehicles which are not registered in the province of
Alberta.
There is existing Inspection for this Vehicle. Do you
want to start a new or use an existing one?
Inspections can be saved and continue on later dates. You
can choose to continue and inspection but only a
technician who has started the inspection can continue
and finalize an inspection.
Contact Vehicle Safety at [email protected] 780Page 38 of 40
Current facility cannot perform {program type}
Last Updated: January 2014
Error Message
Inspection.
Facility is not licensed to perform SALVAGE
inspection on {vehicle type}.
Please select Owner Type.
Please enter Organization Name.
Please enter First Name.
Please enter Last Name.
Please select correct value for Owner Type.
Please enter Address.
Please enter City.
Please enter Province.
Please enter Postal Code.
Please enter Phone Number.
Both fields cannot be blank. Please enter the
Certificate Number or VIN.
End Date should be equal or greater than the Start
Date.
You cannot re-Inspect Inspection.
Last Updated: January 2014
What Do I do?
427-8901.
Contact Vehicle Safety at [email protected] or 780427-8901.
Choose either business or personal
Enter the owner information as it appears on the
registration or if the vehicle is not registered, enter the
name of the person presenting the vehicle for inspection
(**NOTE: if the vehicle is dealer inventory enter the name
of the dealership).
Enter the owner information as it appears on the
registration or if the vehicle is not registered, enter the
name of the person presenting the vehicle for inspection
Enter the owner information as it appears on the
registration or if the vehicle is not registered, enter the
name of the person presenting the vehicle for inspection
Choose either a business or personal
Enter the owner information as it appears on the
registration or if the vehicle is not registered, enter the
name of the person presenting the vehicle for inspection
Please enter city of residence.
Please enter Province of residence.
Please enter Postal Code.
Please enter Phone Number.
When replacing a certificate you must enter a VIN (vehicle
identification number) or the certificate number you would
like to replace.
Review the date criteria in the search engine
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INDEX
C
Contacts
Alberta Transportation .........................................................41
Auditor ..................................................................................41
Decals ...................................................................................43
Help Desk ..............................................................................39
D
Decals ...................................................................................34
DECAL MANAGEMENT ................................................................35
DECAL REPLACEMENT .................................................................34
Frequently Asked Questions .................................................35
E
Error Messages .....................................................................41
F
Frequently Asked Questions .................................................40
Decals ...................................................................................35
H
Helpful Tips ...........................................................................39
I
Inspection Certificates
Commercial ...........................................................................26
Out of Province .....................................................................10
Salvage ..................................................................................18
Sample ....................................................................................7
L
Legislation
Commercial Vehicle Saefty Regulation ...................................8
Traffic Safety Act.....................................................................8
Vehicle Inspection Regulation ................................................8
Last Updated: January 2014
Logging In ............................................................................... 3
Creating User IDs.................................................................... 4
M
Manuals.................................................................................. 9
Commercial ............................................................................ 9
Facility Operating ................................................................... 9
Motorcycle ............................................................................. 9
Out of Province ...................................................................... 9
R
Record of Inspection ................................................ 15, 16, 23
Failed ........................................................................ 16, 24, 31
Sample ................................................................................... 8
S
Search .................................................................................. 36
Record of Inspection ............................................................ 36
T
Technician
Mechanical ........................................................................... 18
Structural ............................................................................. 18
V
Vehicles
Brake Type ..................................................... 42, See Manuals
Manual entry............................................................ 12, 29, 45
No VIN ............................................................................ 27, 45
Owner Information ............................................ 14, 22, 30, 47
Status ................................................................................... 37
Vehicle Access Code (VAC) ................................................... 11
Vehicle Identifaction Number (VIN) ......................... 11, 19, 27
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