Why use this pattern
If your service is in public beta or live, you must have a reference page hosted on Yukon.ca.
On that reference page will be a link to the start page of your service.
How it works
Start pages include six main elements:
- The service name. A good service name helps people understand what your service does and whether they need to use it.
- A quick overview of what users can (and sometimes cannot) do with the service.
- A short introduction that lists things most users will need to know before they start. For example, how much it will cost or what identification they need to complete the transaction.
- A [Start a noun] call-to-action button. For example, Start a payment or Start a class 1 notice.
- A list of other ways to access your service.
- A data collection notice.
Renew a vehicle registration
You can use this service to renew registration for as many vehicles as needed, all in a single submission.
Before you start
- Current vehicle registration or the registration renewal notice that was sent to you in the mail.
- Up‐to‐date insurance policy information.
- The fee for each vehicle registration, found on your registration renewal notice. If you do not know the amount of your fee(s), phone 000-000-0000.
- A credit card to pay the renewal fee.
- An email address and phone number so that we can contact you.
Start a renewal (button)
Other ways to renew
123 Street Name
Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada
Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
A note about privacy
Your personal information is being collected under the authority of section number of the name of act and name of another act. It will be used for the administration and enforcement of the Act and Regulations.
For further information on the collection of your information, contact:
Position title, Department name
P.O. Box Number, Whitehorse, Yukon, Postal code