The Saskatchewan Class 5 driver license is the last stage of the Saskatchewan graduated drivers license program administered by SGI or the Saskatchewan Government Insurance Corporation. If you want to get a Sask drivers license, you must first qualify for a Saskatchewan learners license and then pass the Saskatchewan novice license road tests. The Saskatchewan Class 5 driver license is Saskatchewan's unrestricted, full-privilege driving licence, and allows drivers complete access to all of the wonderful opportunities available to basic passenger vehicle drivers in SK. Of course, holders of a Sask drivers license also carry a lot of responsibility to always drive safely and within the law - which also means having sufficient Saskatchewan car insurance and the appropriate documentation for your vehicle.
Class 5 Novice 2 Licence + safe driving (1 year) --> Class 5 licence
If you go through the entire Saskatchewan GDL process, we are sure you will appreciate the level of skill and driving capability that all Saskatchewan drivers have to build as they gradually move through the GDL program. This is a great thing as it helps to ensure the safety of all users of SK public roads and highways. In order to help you make the most of the Saskatchewan Class 5 driver license, we've made available key information about the actual Class 5 licence as well as the benefits. Click the tabs below for more.
What kind of Saskatchewan driving license do you need to apply for? Click the links below for more information.