IMPORTANT:New Saskatchewan traffic safety legislation is anticipated to come into effect at the end of June. Current content on this page will be updated with the changes. Learn more about what's changing, and what the consequences are for drivers.
When you apply for, or renew, your driver's licence, any medical condition that may affect your ability to drive must be reported to SGI. Write this information on a supplementary insurance form, available from all licence issuers. Failure to report medical conditions could result in a loss of insurance coverage. For more information contact SGI's Customer Service Centre in Regina at 306-775-6900, or toll free at 1-800-667-9868.
Note: The holder of a Class 1 to 5 driver's licence is permitted to operate a snowmobile or ATV. All snowmobile operators born after Jan. 1, 1989, must have taken an approved safety course in addition to holding a Class 1 to 5 driver's licence. The holder of a Class 7 driver’s licence is permitted to operate an ATV or snowmobile provided they are accompanied by someone who holds a Class 1 to 5 driver's licence or supervised (within 5 m of and in view of) by someone on another machine that holds a Class 1 to 5 driver's licence.
For more information regarding snowmobiles and ATVs call SGI's Customer Service Centre at 306-775-6900 or 1-800-667-9868.
Individuals applying for a Class 1, 2, 3 or 4 driver's licence, or a Class 5 licence with a 1, 2, 3, 4 or S Endorsement, are required to meet medical standards and file a medical report with SGI before testing begins.Previous page Next page