In Prince Edward Island it is mandatory that persons of all ages must wear a properly certified bicycle helmet at all times while riding bicycles on the highway.
Helmets should have a label located on the inside of the helmet with one of the following...
All drivers that renew or exchange a valid driver's license (foreign or domestic) after January 1, 2019 are eligible for a free five-year licence. Anyone who does not hold a valid driver`s license is eligible for a free voluntary ID.
As of November...
Booster seats are required by law as of January 1, 2008.
Who needs a booster seat?
Weigh 18 kilograms (40 pounds) or more
Are 9 years of age or less, and
Are less than 145 centimetres tall (57 inches - 4 feet, 9 inches)
Why does my...
You can register or renew registration for a commercial vehicle at any Access PEI location. All commercial vehicles require the following information:
Front axle rating
Number of axles
Number of tires and size of the tires
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating...
A "pedestrian" is a person on foot, a person in a wheelchair (including motorized wheel chairs),or a child riding in a wagon or sleigh, which means that everyone who is not a motorist or a cyclist is a pedestrian.
Pedestrian Rules and Guidelines
You can use the buttons below to submit your comments or report a highway maintenance or traffic safety problem.
What type of problems can I report?
You can report the location of a transportation-related problem such as:
a road sign down
Roundabouts are being constructed in key intersections throughout Prince Edward Island to maximize safety and traffic flow. Roundabouts reduce the need for traffic signals and help ensure traffic moves efficiently during both peak and off-peak traffic...
PEI 511 is a free traveller information service, operated by the Government of Prince Edward Island, that you can access via phone, mobile device or computer. To access this service in any region of PEI call 511 or visit the PEI 511 website.
An interactive online application that allows users to view and use traffic volume counts for all highway and secondary routes of Prince Edward Island.
A voluntary ID may only be issued to residents of Prince Edward Island, defined as a person who is:
Employed for more than 30 days in any year
Attending school or college in the province
In the province and whose children attend school in the province...