Saskatchewan Driver's Handbook


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Preparing for your road test

Get plenty of practice under a variety of driving conditions. Be sure to practise exactly the way your instructor taught you. Keep a record of your practice using the Practice log for new drivers (pdf) available from your driver educator or SGI. Learner driver signs and A Guide for Supervisors of New Drivers (pdf) are available free of charge from SGI.

Road tests are conducted in English. Examiners use simple and clear language when providing directions. To prepare for the road test, drivers should be familiar with the following terms - right turn, left turn, lane change, parallel park, traffic lights, intersection, stop, shoulder check and two-point turn.