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In response to COVID-19, some exemptions have been put in place for the trucking industry. In addition, the hours of service regulations for commercial truck drivers has also been temporarily modified.
When moving agricultural equipment on a highway, there may be times when you require a permit. This depends on the type of equipment being moved, as well as the time of day and the highway you’re using. This also includes restrictions, designated highways and when escort vehicles are required.
Know how much your truck should weigh, load width-limits or anything else to do with trucking when travelling in Saskatchewan.
Find information on the application of tax and tax programs for truckers.
Transportation Partnership Programs allow shippers or receivers in Saskatchewan to increase productivity through reduced transportation costs by using vehicles that safely exceed current regulated weights and/or dimensions.
Oil well service vehicle carriers/drives may apply for an annual permit exempting them from certain regulations related to the Federal Commercial Vehicle Drivers Hours of Service Regulations.
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