Vehicle registration certificates are now printed on plain white paper.
Read the news release for all the details.
When you purchase licence plates, you pay a flat registration fee and receive a basic package of insurance which includes:
- coverage for damage to your own vehicle subject to a deductible
- coverage for personal injury as a result of a vehicle crash with personal auto injury insurance
- liability insurance for damage your vehicle may cause to the vehicle or property of others or injuries it may cause to other people
To register your vehicle, visit 1 of our motor licence issuers located across the province.
Extended insurance coverage
You can also buy additional insurance for your vehicle, known as a package policy or auto extension insurance. Just ask your insurance broker.
Having additional insurance can give you:
- increased protection when travelling outside Saskatchewan
- a lower deductible
- no deductible for wildlife collisions, fire and theft
- coverage to replace your brand-new vehicle
If you have an automobile extension policy, it is important to notify your insurance broker if you change your licence plate number.
Updating your personal information
Changing your address on your driver's licence and vehicle registration is simple:
- visit MySGI and edit your personal information
- visit a motor licence issuer near you
- use ExpressAddress1, a free online service that lets you:
- update your address for your telephone, electricity, natural gas, water bill and more and
- connect, transfer or disconnect residential services.
Note: If you move, please notify us within 15 days of moving to your new address so we don't send any correspondence to your old address.