The SK-IRP-002 - Vehicle Information form (pdf, 392 kb) must be completed for transactions that require a change to the fleet once the renewal or new fleet application has already been submitted and paid.
Check box to indicate you require an amendment to your fleet, transfer, addition, plate replacement, etc.
Carrier account number
Five-digit number assigned by the Prorate Office. If you are a new carrier, leave blank and a number will be assigned for future transactions. Fleet number is a 2-digit number chosen by the Carrier, YYY is current fleet year and the Supplement number is a 3-digit number beginning with 000 and continuing in numeric order with each subsequent applications.
Enter your 8-digit personal identification code.
Enter the name of the individual or corporation in which the fleet will be registered. The name on the application form must read exactly as shown on your Saskatchewan Driver's License or Saskatchewan Certificate of Incorporation.
Enter the name of the contact person authorized by the carrier.
Enter the telephone, cell, fax number and email address of the person to be contacted regarding information on the application.
Effective registration date
Enter the effective registration date of the transaction being applied for.
Enter the expiry date of the fleet registration.
Weight group number
Enter the weight group number for the vehicles listed on the page. Starting with 001, 002, etc., the vehicle application allows you to list 6 per page. You do not have to fill in the weights on subsequent sheets for vehicles that are within the same weight group number. The only requirement is to enter the weight group number and list additional vehicles.
- Use separate pages for all vehicles with a weight difference in any jurisdiction.
- Weights for Canadian jurisdictions must be in kilograms and weights for U.S. jurisdictions must be in pounds.
- For jurisdictions where there is no actual distance declared for a member jurisdiction, the gross vehicle weight will be determined by using the equivalent of the requested gross vehicle weight for the base jurisdiction or the maximum cab card display weight, whichever is lower.
- Quebec requires the combined number of axles of the truck trailer combination.
- Any application with a weight variance greater than 10% must explain the reason for the weight differential, verifying the actual operating practices as per the International Registration Plan (IRP) agreement. The weight variance will not be allowed if it does not reflect actual operating practices.
Numbered consecutively starting with 1, there are 4 lines to a page. More than 1 page may be used if necessary. The line numbers in this column must correspond with the line numbers in column 29 for each unit. If additional pages are required, continue line numbers on 2nd SK-IRP-002 form starting with number 5, 6, 7, etc.
Vehicle transaction type code
Add vehicle (AV)
Use for a new fleet, renewal fleet or adding a vehicle during the fleet year.
Delete vehicle using credit (DR)
When doing a transfer or changing vehicle information. On line 1, enter the Delete Vehicle or Change Vehicle information.
Add vehicle using credit (AR)
When doing a transfer or changing vehicle information, (e.g., GVW change). On Line 2, enter the new Vehicle or the current Change Vehicle information.
Replace plate (RP)
Use when requesting a plate replacement on a current registered vehicle.
Replace cab card
Use when requesting a cab card replacement on a current registered vehicle.
Enter the number assigned to each vehicle by the carrier (it may have up to 6 characters).
Enter current Saskatchewan plate number assigned to the vehicle (registered in the applicant’s name).
Is a new plate required? Y/N
If yes, is the old plate returned? Y/N
Re-use old plate? Y/N
Enter the year of the vehicle.
Enter the make of the vehicle.
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
This is the serial number of the vehicle being registered. All vehicles from 1981 and newer must have 17 character serial numbers. You are required to record the complete serial number. Processing will be delayed on application with incomplete serial numbers.
Enter the applicable body style:
- Truck Tractor (TT) - a motor vehicle designed and used primarily for towing other vehicles, but so constructed to carry a load other than a part of the weight of the vehicle and load so drawn.
- Truck (TK) - a motor vehicle designed, used and maintained primarily for the transportation of goods.
- Tractor (TR) - a motor vehicle designed and used primarily for towing other vehicles, but not constructed to carry a load other than part of the weight of the vehicle and load so drawn.
- Bus (BS) - a vehicle designed and used for the transportation of passengers for compensation.
Enter the primary colour of the vehicle here.
Enter the number or axles on the towing unit only. Enter the maximum number of passengers that can be transported, excluding the driver for buses.
Enter the empty weight of the power unit, truck or bus.
Enter the applicable code for fuel, D - Diesel, G - Gasoline, L - Liquid Propane or O - Other.
Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) schedule
Enter the weight group number required for the registered vehicle. This line must correspond with the Weight Group Number.
Enter the applicable class of vehicle, Class A or PB.
For a Class A, you may select a deductible of $2,500 or $15,000. Insurance premiums will differ according to the choice selected. If you select a $2,500 deductible, Saskatchewan basic plate insurance covers up to a value of $15,000 for vehicles registered in Class A. Additional coverage may be provided by purchasing an extension policy through an insurance broker. If you have questions regarding the deductible coverage, contact your insurance broker.
When a renewal is produced, an X will appear for the $2,500 deductible or a Y for the $15,000 deductible, whichever you have chosen. If you wish to change your deductible, you will need to indicate so on the renewal form. All vehicle models, 1 ton or smaller, are insured as a light vehicle covered to an actual cash value with a $700.00 deductible (Y is not an option for a light vehicle). $200,000 liability coverage is provided under your licence plate insurance. Cargo and additional liability insurance are required for Commercial Carriers under the IRP. For Class PB, the deductible is $800.00.
Canadian purchase price & date
Enter the date of purchase and the value of the vehicle.
Using the same line number, ensure that the vehicle information on each line in column 10 corresponds with the vehicle information on each line in column 29.
Own or lease
Indicate if the vehicle is owned or leased.
Indicate the lessor or lessee and the address of the lessor/lessee.
Indicate the owner/operator of the vehicle and their address.
Alternative owner/operator address
Indicate if any.
Lease begin/lLease end date
Indicate the lease begin and end dates.
Must be signed by either the carrier, the person who is employed by the carrier or a consultant hired by the carrier. They are responsible for ensuring the information listed on the application is correct. If the person signing the application is employed by the carrier, or is a consultant hired by the carrier, a contact authorization letter must be included for our records.