You must take the test in the appropriate class of vehicle and you must supply the vehicle.
During the road test, you'll be tested on:
- traffic signs and signals
- proper lane driving
- travelling through controlled and uncontrolled intersections
- parallel parking and backing up
- anticipation of potential hazards
- various safe driving practices like speed selection and steering techniques
All road tests are conducted fairly and the content of the test (the number of turns, stop signs, etc.) is consistent across the province. The duration of your test may vary depending on traffic, weather conditions and other factors, but actual driving time is usually about 20 minutes.
If you have 9 demerits or fewer at the end of the road test, you pass. Go to any motor licence issuer and have your driver's licence updated. Your new licence is not valid until you do so.
If you have 10 or more demerits, you don't pass. Your driver examiner will give you a report that outlines the areas where you need to improve.
If it was a Class 5 road test, you will be given a 2 week learning period before you can re-take the road test. Subsequent road tests can be booked immediately, however, the appointment date must be 2 weeks from your last road test.
If you wish to schedule an appointment for a Class 5 or motorcycle road test, visit MySGI to book online or find out how to book with a motor licence issuer. All other classes of licence must be booked by calling 1-800-667-5111 and paying by credit card (or prepay at a motor licence issuer).
Review the Saskatchewan Driver's Handbook for more information about the road test.