Saskatchewan Driver's Handbook


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Stopping positions

There are several different situations you may encounter when preparing to stop at an intersection with a stop sign or traffic light. Where you should stop, your stopping position, is determined by markings on the road. You must stop:

Stopping positions

At the nearest crosswalk, whether marked or not.

Watch Now: Stopping positions - Crosswalk


Stopping positions

At a clearly marked stop line.

Watch Now: Stopping positions - Stop line


Stopping positions

Where there is no stop line or crosswalk:

  • Within three metres of the intersection in a town, city, village or hamlet.
  • Within 10 metres of the intersection in a rural area.

Watch Now: Stopping positions - Before traffic


Stop x sign

Behind the clearly marked X.

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Rev: 2017