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Permits are issued by the SGI permit office.
You can find road restrictions by visiting the Special Weights and Road Restrictions page of this website.
Your court date is listed on the front of your ticket or other release papers. If you cannot find your papers, you will need to contact the court house for your court date.
For information about trucking weights, visit the Seasonal Trucking Weights page of this website. On this page you'll find information specific to current weight restrictions, spring road restrictions and winter weights.
You can also download our Truckers' Guide. It's a great reference for commercial vehicle operators travelling in Saskatchewan.
Starting June 12, 2021, hours of service regulations will require federally-regulated commercial vehicles to be outfitted with electronic logging devices (ELDs). Saskatchewan Highway Patrol will take a phased-in approach to applying the federal regulation because certified devices are not yet commercially available.
Other provinces and territories, along with the federal government, are taking similar approaches with inter-provincial drivers. During this phased approach and until further notice, commercial drivers who cannot obtain ELDs will still be able to use paper-based logbooks or another method that was valid prior to June 12, 2021. Learn more about Saskatchewan's common-sense approach, visit the ELD information page.
See our Become a Traffic Officer for more information on how to join our organization.
In order to get your commercial licence in Saskatchewan, you must go through SGI. Their Upgrade to Commercial Licence webpage has important information on this.
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