If you are conducting business with the Government of Saskatchewan by mail, please be advised that delivery may be delayed due to rotating postal strikes. Various measures are in place to ensure service to Saskatchewan residents and businesses during postal strike action.

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Driver Improvement

The Driver Improvement Program is a Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) initiative. The goal of the program is to increase public safety by monitoring the records of Saskatchewan drivers and taking action against drivers who have a high number of traffic or at-fault convictions. The Driver Improvement Program is separate from the Safe Driver Recognition program and does not affect the cost of your vehicle insurance. You can find details about how the program works on SGI's website

If you are affected by a decision made under the Driver Improvement Program you may be able to file for an appeal with the Highway Traffic Board (HTB). 

Penalties You Can Appeal: 

  • Defensive Driving Course
  • Driver Improvement Training
  • Licence suspensions

Penalties You Cannot Appeal:

  • Program information letter
  • Warning letter
  • Driver Improvement interview request
  • SGI manual review

To schedule an appeal hearing with the HTB, call 1-855-775-8336.   

What to Expect at the Hearing:

  • Driver Improvement Program hearings are informal, conducted in person, scheduled during the day, and take place in Regina or Saskatoon.
  • The hearing will take about 30 minutes.
  • You will appear before three board members.
  • The board members will consider your SGI driver information, and assessments, reviews, and reports from driver improvement workshops and interviews.
  • The board members will ask you questions about the action taken by SGI against your licence; measure the risk to public safety against the details of your suspension; and make a decision that is in the public's best interest.
  • Following your hearing, members of the HTB can maintain, alter, or reverse SGI's penalty. 
  • You will be notified by mail within a week of your hearing about the HTB's decision.
  • The decision is binding and cannot be appealed.

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