To drive in Saskatchewan you must hold a valid driver's licence for the type of vehicle you wish to operate. To get a driver's licence, you must be able to operate a vehicle safely and properly, understand all traffic signs and know the rules of the road.
You're also required to pass a driver exam if:
- You've never been a licensed driver.
- You have not held a Saskatchewan driver's licence within the past 5 years.
- You wish to change the class of your licence or get an endorsement.
- You're a new resident, and the licence you hold is from another province, state or country not honoured in Saskatchewan.
A driver exam is made up of 3 different tests:
Review the Saskatchewan Driver's handbook for details about these tests.
Some classes of licence also require a medical exam.