The Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec is going digital – Vingt55

In fact, this morning’s announcement confirms the SAAQ’s digital shift and that new and enhanced services will be offered online to all customers.

The Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec (SAAQ) confirms that as of February 20, Quebecers will be able to obtain online services that are secure, easy to use and accessible at all times.

The arrival of SAAQclic is combined with that of the new Government Authentication Service. This deployment is the first to reach such a large number of citizens.

Certain services deemed essential will continue to be accessible, in particular checking the validity of a driver’s licence, replacing a lost or stolen licence, exchanging a foreign licence, checking the compliance of a road vehicle and practical driving tests. Payment for the renewal of a driving license or registration will continue to be possible via a financial institution.

“Today we are taking an important step! We are unveiling SAAQclic, a major project of which we are proud and which required several years of work by our teams. This transformation represents a major improvement in the SAAQ’s service offering. Our customers will enjoy more autonomy and time savings and they will have access to simplified online transactions. I would like to thank all of our staff and our business partner LGS, an IBM company, for their excellent collaboration in developing this major project. » Denis Marsolais, Chairman and CEO

“The Government Authentication Service is the keystone that will allow citizens to access at any time, on the device of their choice, many online services of the Government of Quebec. This authentication solution demonstrates once again that data security and the protection of personal information are at the heart of the government’s priorities. It’s only a beginning; in 2023, other government online services will be accessible through this new authentication solution. – Jonathan Kelly, Assistant Deputy Minister for Government Digital Transformation, Department of Cybersecurity and Digital

Thus, from February 20, new online services will be gradually accessible in the customer account, in particular, consulting, canceling or replacing a driving license., waive a class of licence, check the validity of a licence, request an extension for the submission of a medical report, make a medical self-declaration, transmit a medical report, etc.

Clients who wish to do so or who need to go to a point of service will continue to be greeted by our staff who will offer them support. They can also obtain support by contacting our Customer Relations Center (CRC) or via the Web.

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