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Traffic Safety

Owning and operating a vehicle is a serious responsibility. Saskatchewan Government Insurance is responsible for overseeing licensing and registration, as well as administrative penalties for some traffic offences. Tickets for offences under The Traffic Safety Act are handled by the police.

Licenses

All drivers in Saskatchewan must hold a valid driver's license. There are special rules in place for new drivers.

Vehicle Registration

Vehicles that are normally operated in Saskatchewan must be currently registered here. Basic insurance is included with registration, with the option of purchasing additional insurance.

Rules of the Road

Rules of the road are designed to prevent collisions and keep our roadways safe for everyone.

Traffic Tickets

Unless you intend to fight a traffic ticket, most traffic tickets can be dealt with through the voluntary payment option, set out on the ticket itself, without ever attending court.

Safe Driver Recognition Program

Under the Safe Driver Recognition Program drivers can earn discounts for safe driving or be penalized for at-fault accidents and traffic tickets.

PLEA can provide you with information to help you understand many legal matters you, a family member or friend may be facing.

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PLEA gratefully acknowledges our primary core funder the Law Foundation of Saskatchewan for their continuing and generous support of our organization.