New Requirements Effective March 15, 2019
Saskatchewan Government Insurance; released on December 3, 2018 –Starting March 15, 2019, drivers seeking a Class 1 commercial licence in Saskatchewan to drive semi trucks will be required to undergo a minimum of 121.5 hours of training.
Read more about Saskatchewan Introducing Mandatory Minimum Training Requirements For Commercial Semi Drivers …
On Jan. 1, 2018, the definition of an antique vehicle changed from “vehicles 30 years old or older” to “vehicles that are model year 1987 and older.” Read more about SGI Pulls The Rug Out for Vehicle Owners Waiting for Their 1988 and Newer Classics To Come of Age …
SGI News Release – December 2017
1,166 drivers should not have risked it during November’s Traffic Safety Spotlight – During November’s Traffic Safety Spotlight, hundreds of people were caught driving with suspended licences or operating vehicles without valid insurance. Police reported the following results: Read more about Police caught unauthorized drivers,unregistered vehicles, and SO MANY distracted drivers in November …
Drivers with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .04 or higher who transport children will face even longer roadside licence suspensions and vehicle seizures under legislation introduced today.