Air Brake Manual

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This handbook is a study guide for both beginning and experienced drivers. It contains information about driver’s licence qualifications, how to be a safe driver and many other important subjects that will assist you in passing your tests. If you have been driving for many years, it will remind you of your responsibilities as a professional driver and provide you with new laws and changes to previous legislation.

References are made to portions of Saskatchewan's motor vehicle laws, but it is not a complete digest of the various acts and regulations, and may not be used as the basis for any legal claim or action. Remember, laws, policies and procedures change from time to time. It is your responsibility to keep up to date with these changes.

The professional driver should consult the official statutes for the interpretation and applications of the law.

Copies of various acts and regulations can, for a fee, be obtained from:

  • Publications Saskatchewan
  • Walter Scott Building
  • B19-3085 Albert St.
  • Regina, SK  S4S 0B1
  • 306-787-6894

They are also available on the Publications Saskatchewan website at

Please remember that if you're thinking of becoming a truck driver, you must now pre-qualify in order to obtain commercial driving privileges.

For more information, please see Class 1-4 medical standards.


  • Motor Vehicle Branch of the Government of British Columbia
  • Staff Development Section, Human Resources Branch, Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure
  • Bendix Heavy Vehicle Systems Inc.


Rev: 2018