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Recognizing the Saskatchewan Government Insurance Corporation or SGI as the primary driver licensing institution in Saskatchewan, we've used SGI issued materials and drivers handbooks, to outline a typical residents Saskatchewan driver licensing journey, so that new drivers can focus on completing each licensing stage in the best and easiest way possible.
Your first resource should be the SGI drivers handbook referenced within the icandrive.ca driving test information sections.
Use our SGI Class 7 practice tests to practice your Saskatchewan road signs and rules knowledge for passenger vehicle drivers.
To learn to drive in Saskatchewan, and get your Saskatchewan drivers license, you will be required to complete the associated graduated driver licensing program for the license class you are seeking. Each licensing stage as per SGI, has specific requirements, wait times and practice needed. So, it's good to understand the Saskatchewan GDL program from beginning to end before you begin.
We've covered everything that really matters for Saskatchewan driver licensing, from eligibility, preparation, practice tests, test day tips, license restrictions and much more for your convenience.
Saskatchewan auto insurance coverage can be obtained through the Government of Saskatchewan's SGI corporation. Other types of insurance can be obtained through private insurance companies. Understanding your insurance needs and options is key to getting the right Saskatchewan insurance coverage.
Car insurance in Saskatchewan is mandatory, with different levels of coverage available.
Mandatory motorcycle insurance coverage can be basic or comprehensive coverage.
A home Insurance policy in SK will help protect in the event of a variety of problems.
Our mission as a team is to accompany Saskatchewan drivers on their driving journey, well past the learning stage and help keep them updated on various driving rules and regulations. The Daily Driver section on our site provides driving guides, insurance guides and keeps Saskatchewan drivers aware of any legislative or industry changes that they should be aware of. Use the Daily Driver to stay in the loop on all Saskatchewan driving information and news.