Once you've gotten your SGI Class 7 learners licence, you have the opportunity to begin practicing your driving in Saskatchewan. The next stage of the Saskatchewan graduated drivers license program is to get the Saskatchewan novice license 1, and then the Saskatchewan novice license 2. Both of these novice driver levels involve developing stronger driving skills and the ability to navigate a vehicle in a variety of road situations.
practice driving (9 months) + Driver Education + road test --> Class 5 Novice 1 Licence
Class 5 Novice 1 Licence + 6 months safe driving --> Class 5 Novice 2 Licence
Our step by step approach to navigating through the two Saskatchewan Novice license stages can help you get licensed a bit faster and easier. Everything you need to know and learn is covered in the six individual sections below, with information on things like license eligibility and what you need to do after you get a Class 5 Saskatchewan Novice license.
No matter which Saskatchewan driver licence you want to apply for, we have it covered.