For information on Saskatchewan Driver’s Licence, how you should get it, from where you can get it, and for other related information, please refer to the following web links;
New residents who wish to drive in Saskatchewan should obtain a Saskatchewan Driver’s Licence within 3 months of arriving to the province. I think, in the first three month, you can use your existing driver’s licence from your original country.
To obtain a driver’s licence, you must pass the written test and a road test. You should study Saskatchewan Driver’s Handbook before you sit for the written test. Free copy of that book can be obtained from a SGI office.
For further information, please contact SGI office;
- SGI, 623 – 2nd Avenue, Saskatoon, SK, S7K0H3, Map Tel: (306) 683 2100
How to register your vehicle:
To operate your vehicle in Saskatchewan, you need to register your vehicle with SGI. SGI will issue you a licence plate that comes with a basic package of insurance.
If you are registering a new vehicle, you must provide New Vehicle Information Statement (NVIS) from the dealer.
If you purchage a used vehicle, ask for Saskatchewan Certificate of Registration (Transfer of Owenership) from the seller/dealer to register your vehicle.
If you have purchased a vehicle, and if it has been registered in Saskatchewan, you can register the vehicle without a vehicle inspection.
For more information, Click here.
Before you drive in Saskatchewan, please take time to read about road safety (don’t forget to educate your family members about new rules, regulations and sefty requirements) including:
All the newcomers should read the information from the following links. We are each responsible for our own safety and the safety of others.
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