The Act outlines the general rules regarding basic compulsory automobile insurance and associated regulations, including setting out benefit entitlements and coverage limits for individuals injured in a collision. Payment options, customer discount plans and property benefits are also detailed in the Act.
The Act outlines the general operating rules for all terrain vehicles and associated regulations. It includes requirements for registration, driver licensing, helmets, training for young operators, responsibility for accidents and liability, as well as operating restrictions.
The Traffic Safety Act (TSA) came into effect July 1, 2006 and is the amalgamation of The Highway Traffic Act, The Motor Carrier Act and The Vehicle Administration Act. The TSA and associated regulations provide the framework for the regulation of driver's licensing and motor vehicle operation in Saskatchewan.
For private vehicles and drivers, the Act governs driver licensing requirements, driver education, tracking of driving and vehicle infractions, vehicle equipment inspections and standards, registration requirements, accident reporting, drinking and driving programs and school bus operations.
For commercial trucks and bus companies, the legislation covers licensing requirements, safety performance monitoring, and minimum insurance requirements. It prescribes the conditions of carriage for general merchandise, express transport, passenger and baggage and household goods transport.
The Act outlines the general operating rules for snowmobiles and associated regulations. It includes requirements regarding registration, driver licensing, helmets, training for young operators, trail permits, responsibility for accidents and liability, and prescribes registration fees.
The Act and the associated regulations prescribe the requirements respecting the use of highways throughout the province as well as all other public transportation and transportation systems. This includes the setting of speed limits, the weight and dimension requirements for vehicles, dangerous goods provisions and minimum road construction requirements.
The Act and its associated regulations prescribe the restrictions and requirements regarding the transportation of dangerous goods.
The Act and the associated regulations outline all the requirements for being a motor dealer in Saskatchewan.