Anyone who wants to drive a car must pass a Saskatchewan driver’s exam and meet other conditions. Only cars that are registered and insured can be driven. The rules of the road must be obeyed by all drivers.
You must be at least 16 years old and have a licence to drive a car. To get a licence you must pass a driver’s exam. Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) is in charge of licensing in Saskatchewan.
Any car that is normally driven in Saskatchewan must be registered here. Cars are registered with Saskatchewan Government Insurance. The cost of registration includes insurance to cover some expenses in the event of things like an accident or theft.
There are many rules that deal with driving. It is important to know about these rules and understand your responsibilities.