The following roadsides administrative licence suspensions are eligible for appeal to the Highway Traffic Board:
- 3 day experienced driver roadside administrative licence suspension
- 21 day experienced driver roadside administrative licence suspension
- 90 day experienced driver roadside administrative licence suspension
- 60 day new driver roadside administrative licence suspension
- 120 day new driver roadside administrative licence suspension
- 18 month new driver roadside administrative licence suspension
- Indefinite roadside administrative licence suspension
In order to apply to the Highway Traffic Board you must purchase a $175 Roadside Appeal Receipt from any SGI motor licence issuer. The receipt is non-refundable.
Note: Appeals must be made within 90 days of being served the roadside suspension.
Once you purchase your receipt, you must submit a letter to the Highway Traffic Board.
The letter of appeal requires the following information:
- Written appeal letters
- Detailed account of what happened so the Highway Traffic Board has all the information to understand the circumstances.
- Oral appeal letters
- Must have a brief description of the circumstances.
- Daytime phone number, the Highway Traffic Board will call you to set up the hearing date and time.
Note: Hardship is not a factor in these appeals. A restricted driver’s licence cannot be considered for these appeals. The sole issue before the board is that the person suspended:
- Drove with an illegal amount of alcohol in their body, or
- Refused without reasonable excuse, to comply with a demand for a breathalyser sample.
Your appeal letter and Roadside Appeal Receipt can be sent by any of the following methods:
- By fax at 306-775-6618
- By email to email@example.com
- By mail at:
Highway Traffic Board
1621A McDonald St.
Regina, SK S4N 5R2
Once the Highway Traffic Board has received the receipt and letter from the customer, they will request that SGI provide the Highway Traffic Board with the information that was received from law enforcement. You will then be contacted by the Highway Traffic Board with a hearing date and time.