Saskatchewan is a very attractive tourism spot for Canadians and international travellers. This Canadian province has much to see in natural beauty, abundant waterways and a booming economy for those looking for opportunity. A Saskatchewan driver license enables the freedom to explore at your will and can greatly improve one's employment prospects.
If you want to fully experience Saskatchewan, learning how to drive and getting a Saskatchewan driver license is almost essential. We have everything you need to learn how to drive safely and get through the Saskatchewan GDL program as quickly as possible.
The most common types of Saskatchewan driver license residents apply for, are the SK car drivers license (or Class 5 license) and the SK motorcycle drivers license (or M endorsement), but there are other types as well...
Choose the type of Saskatchewan driver license you need to get started.
Regardless of which kind of Saskatchewan driver license you want to apply for, we have you covered.
While learning to drive in Saskatchewan can be easy, it's important to remember that even after passing all the required tests, you must continue to always abide by Saskatchewan road rules and road signs, and focus on maintaining safe driving practices. You must also have the appropriate documentation for your vehicle and carry sufficient Saskatchewan vehicle insurance
All Saskatchewan drivers must carry a valid driving licence with them at all times. Drivers from other provinces can temporarily drive with their provincial licenses, but all residents must apply for a Saskatchewan drivers licence as soon as possible.
Distracted driving, whether through the use of a hand-held device, under the influence of alcohol or for any other reason is completely against the law in Saskatchewan.
Always be alert and pay attention to Saskatchewan road signs. These signs are designed to direct traffic, identify upcoming hazards and generally maintain the safety of all drivers and pedestrians.
Posted speed limits are in place to prevent accidents from happening and to maintain the safety of non-drivers as well. Drive within the speed limit to avoid licence suspensions or tickets.
Depending on where in Canada you live, the process of getting a Canadian drivers license can be different. Choosing your province or territory allows us to direct you to the right people and resources who can provide the best possible driver licensing information.