Don't let the SGI written test on the rules of the road and the road signs intimidate you. You can use our free SGI written test practice series to help you study for the Saskatchewan driving test, and be a safer driver in the long run. You'll almost certainly get your Class 7 drivers license with ease, and you'll benefit with a deeper understanding of the road rules and the traffic signs in Saskatchewan.
For those who don't know, SGI stands for the Saskatchewan Government Insurance Corporation - the entity that governs driver licensing and insurance in Saskatchewan. In preparation for the SGI written knowledge test, the icandrive.ca SGI written test practice series is completely free to use as many times as you want to help you study and get through stage 1 of the Saskatchewan Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) program. These SGI written test sets have been carefully designed alongside the official Saskatchewan Driver's Handbook (opens a .pdf file in a new tab). This series is a fantastic way to help new drivers study for the class 7 Saskatchewan driver's license test. We believe the best way to quickly increase your driving knowledge is to use these SGI written test practice sets until you can consistently get a passing grade on both of the practice exams. If your end goal is to get through the Saskatchewan graduated motorcycle license program, we invite you to use our Saskatchewan motorcycle practice test series as well.
Become a Saskatchewan Road Signs expert with our Saskatchewan traffic signs test practice series
Become a Saskatchewan Road Rules expert with our Saskatchewan traffic signs test practice series
At ICanDrive.ca, we want to make sure you are focusing your efforts on the right study materials
The Saskatchewan Class 7L learner licence is only given to Saskatchewan drivers who have exhibited a strong understanding of all Saskatchewan road signs and road rules. In order to get to this stage you need to dedicate a good amount of time to studying the Saskatchewan Drivers Handbook, practicing Saskatchewan class 7L knowledge tests, like our SGI written test practice series, and familiarizing yourself with what to expect on the actual test day. This way, you'll be totally prepared.
Everything you need to know about driving in Saskatchewan is covered in the Saskatchewan Driver's Handbook. Read the Handbook from start to end and revisit any sections that don't make sense to you on the first go.
If you still don't understand something in the Saskatchewan Drivers Handbook, reach out to our icandrive.ca team or look up information on the Saskatchewan driver licensing government website.
The more practice questions you attempt the more confident you will be and the higher your chance of passing the SGI Class 7L knowledge test on the first attempt.
We have designed the icandrive.ca 7L practice test series to be as similar in format and questions as possible to the actual SGI 7L knowledge test.
Each driver must attempt the 2 part 7L test which is divided between road signs and road rules. Each section on the SK 7L knowledge test is worth 40 points and you must correctly answer 32 (80%) to pass each section. To avoid making errors read each questions carefully and then made a choice from the available 4 options.
To be best prepared for the SGI 7L test it's recommended you attempt all our Saskatchewan 7L practice tests before taking the test.
Your Saskatchewan 7L licence is your opportunity to practice driving behind the wheel of a car under the supervision of a fully licensed Saskatchewan driver. In order to drive within the law all Saskatchewan 7L drivers must abide by some key licence restrictions.
A fully licensed supervising driver seated in the front seat must always accompany an SK 7L driver.
Absolutely no alcohol or drugs can be consumed prior to driving a car with a 7L learner licence.
The number of passengers cannot exceed the number of working seat belts and all passengers must be safely buckled in.
The use of any handheld devices, like phones, tablets etc. is against the law and can result in an immediate licence suspension.
Use the time at the 7L stage to practice and maintain a log of your driving hours.
We've found that there are some commonly asked questions about both our SGI written test practice series and the Saskatchewan driver's license process in general. We strive to make sure we have everything you need to get your Class 7 learners licence in the most stress-free way possible. Below, we've put together answers to what we know are frequently asked questions:
After getting a SK CLass 7L licence, you need to focus on your driver education licence requirement.
Driver Training With A Certified Driving Instructor (6 in-class hours + 6 in-car hours)
The Saskatchewan GDL process is designed to make learning how to drive in Saskatchewan easier for new and experienced drivers. If you follow along with the process and complete the requirements at each stage you should be able to get your Saskatchewan drivers licence in the easiest and shortest time possible.